Planning long term is difficult and that is why a very few people do it. Let’s say you don’t like your job (according to a report, there are twice as many “actively disengaged” workers in the world as there are “engaged” workers who love their jobs, to read more about it, click here).
If you are employed, odds are that you don’t like your job. If that is the case with you, what are you doing about it? Chances are that you are sucking up to it and doing it anyway. But then that should not be the end of your story. If you don’t like your job find another one, if you can’t find a suitable job, keep looking and in the meantime keep upgrading your skills.
It wouldn’t happen overnight though. You will have to plan for it. It will require long-term planning and consultation with friends who have done it before. All of it requires consistent effort for a considerate amount of time, that’s execution because only planning is not enough.