Whether you’re bored at work on a daily basis, have no passion for what you do or feel and overwhelming amount of stress there are always things you can do to make things better for yourself. You always have the ability to change your career when you need to, but there are times when you don’t need to change your job just your mindset. It’s important for you to recognize the difference between the two. You may have outgrown your job and need to find new ways to contribute, you might finally see the signs as to why you ended up on the wrong career and you might find yourself stressed in which you need to meditate and relax so that you can perform.
3 Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Job
U.S. News Careers Article:
Being in a job that you’ve outgrown means you’re working on autopilot and you’re doing yourself and your employer a disservice. You need to be in a job that’s always making it possible you be challenged and grow. Here are some things you need to look for to determine if you’ve outgrown your job. If you’re on autopilot and you’re in a comfort zone that makes it difficult for you to be challenged at all. When you know that you’re heading out to the job and you’re going to be bored the entire day you need to take this as a sign that something need to change. Finally, if you’ve stopped learning and there seems to be nothing left for you to discover. Take a look at this article and see how you can continue to grow while staying in the job and at the company you currently work for.
Why You’ll End Up in the Wrong Job
Smart Brief Article:
You could end up in the wrong career for many reasons. The benefit to being in a career that you love is unbelievable, but many of us will stay in a job that’s a bad fit because of factors in our lives that have resulted in an investment into our careers that cause us to stick it out. These factors include educational processes, outside pressures, internal expectations, failure to pursue self-knowledge, reflective capacity, casting too wide a net, cultural fit, growing the job, unwillingness to listen and feeding the lifestyle monster. These ten factors, if handled the wrong way, will land you in the wrong job; at least initially. The good news is, even if you happen to end up in the wrong job to start with, you can make a change and head to the right job.
Quick Meditation Tips for De-Stressing at Work
SHRM Blog Article:
We all feel some form of stress at work and need to know how to handle it. There are ways to avoid having to handle all the stress by asking for help or being able to delegate some of the work you have to others to get done. When you can’t do these things and you know that you have to be the one to get the job done a few moments of meditation in the morning or during the day at work could be exactly what you need in order to recharge for a while and get through some of the things that are causing you stress. Even when a deadline is looming over your head you’ll want to enjoy a few minutes of meditation to help make it easier for you to relax and get your work done.