Combing through the uncertainty in what you want from your career is a process you should not be afraid of.
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Building self-confidence to make the right career choices helps not only when times get tough but in knowing what will make you happy and successful in the end.
You have to know who you are willing to get in bed with in order to make your career dreams a reality.
Like a bus, train or any other mode of transportation that takes you from point A to point B, there will always be another job offer and potentially an even better job offer waiting to take you to your next career destination.
We all know at least one person where we scratch our heads and wonder beyond amazement, “How on earth did they land that job?”
Since you are likely not born into royalty or a standard of living that affords you the ability to do what you please, do you work because you love to, have to or just because there is no other way you know to exist?
If you think you’ve got what it takes to succeed in your job-think again. It might not matter how good you think or know you are, but what if your boss hasn’t a clue?
Shedding your fear about the future is like taking a brisk jog around the block after a big holiday meal. You may be full but you know you need to get rid of what no longer feeds you.
You can create career chaos whether you do it intentionally or not. Whether you are attracted towards situations steaming with drama, or you tend to find yourself in the middle of some conflict of some kind, your career chaos is one way you thrive or dive in your attempt to further your goals.
When you are just plain TIRED and you’ve been at this for a while, it’s okay to just chillax your search and sit this round out.
One area you might want to consider purging is the emotional and physical drain on your energy and psyche caused by the stresses of work.
How you see yourself and how others see you may mean the difference between getting a “real” job offer and one you make up inside your head.
When it comes to figuring out what makes sense for you in how you handle your career, there are a few basic principles that might help.
Denial is a mask, a shroud, a garment we wear when nothing else seems to fit. It’s what keeps us in place, holding on long after we forgot why we were holding on in the first place.
When it comes to finding ways to sabotage your career efforts think of how a poor Thanksgiving turkey wound up a sacrifice for the joys of your holiday meal. It’s not so much that you have to be plucked, sucked and tucked to fit into your turkey suit, but what have you done to help escape your fate? Here are five sure fire ways to slaughter your career in any season.
These are three sentiments we have all felt at one time or another when it comes to how we may feel about our careers.
Before you turn into a cast member from “The Walking Dead” know that you can manage the loss of your career and let it RIP.
It might be nice to placate your client but in some cases, realizing you know best and following your instincts may be your best defense.