Okay so any job, career, or profession is going to have elements that you just cannot stand. It may be having to give presentations, travel a lot, complete lots of burdensome processes. I can’t think of any job where that is not the case. So here are a few tips to help you find the bits you do love instead
Setting career goals are something that everybody ought to do as they start their and progress careers. Setting these goals permits you to get some focus and make sense of precisely where you need to be and to what extent you anticipate it taking you to get there.
1970 Steve Wozniak was working for Hewlett-Packard. Steve Wozniak initially designed the Apple 1 PC while working at Hewlett-Packard and he offered it to them, on first refusal to his work. They declined to take up the offer!
Have you encountered troublesome individuals in your work environment? The troublesome individual that you need to manage every day can be your supervisor or your partner or your subordinate or client or group pioneer or any other individual.
With a specific end goal to get what you need in life and work, you need to get into the habit of asking for it. Be that as it may, many people don’t ask directly for what they need.
All of have an internal ‘sat nav’ – that is core principles that guide us. We have them in our personal lives, so for example someone that is motivated by adventure may find that they spend time and money on trips and travel.
This week’s blog focuses on the aspects of career development. In my previous post – New Year – all change? – I talked about how the New Year can be a funny old time, with some of us feeling under pressure, unsettled.
As a coach, I help people set and achieve their life, business or career goals which allows my clients to focus their time and effort on the areas in life that are important to them.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve had jobs where I know in my heart of hearts I’m not happy, and frankly – I just don’t belong. I’ve sat there and meditated, socialised, looked forward to my holidays; anything to try to ignore the feeling of ‘Do you know what? This just isn’t me’.