Why do a Job which you hate? - Deepstash

Why do a Job which you hate?

The answer is very simple - MONEY.

It doesn't matter which part of the world you are from, most of us are taught from a very early age to study well and get a job that pays us well.

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Drugs are confused mostly to escape reality.

To aquire money we spend our time working for or under someone.

In reality we exchange our Time & Freedom.

Your TIME is your FREEDOM, when you are exchanging your TIME for MONEY, somebody else is paying you that MONEY so they can save their TIME and make more MONEY than you are making .

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The fear of dreams becoming nightmares is what stops people from stepping out of their comfort zone.

The meaning of life is defined differently depending on where you are born, which religion you follow and what you are taught.

Will you succeed on your own? Will you get another job? Will you be able to make money without a job?

You will only know if you step out of your comfort zone.

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Figure out what work will make you happy
  • Take a breath. It is important to understand that you can and should take your time.
  • Identify the Problem. Write down everything you hate about your current job - your company, your industry, your specific role. Doing so will help you identify the issue.
  • Plan your solution. Once you understand where the problem lies, start networking. Talk to friends about their careers, find new connections on LinkedIn or a local meetup.

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What to do if you feel people hate you:

A person dealing with the belief that everyone around them hates them may find it challenging to manage or overcome this feeling.

This can make it harder to make friends and build relationships, and may also affect a person’s professional life.

However, some strategies may help a person feel better about themselves and how others perceive them.

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Hating Ourselves

"I hate myself" is a common self-talk. You really are your worst enemy, however painful this may feel.

Feelings of self-hatred and unworthiness are felt by a majority of people. Each of us has a critical inner voice filled with paranoia and suspicion. We tend to accept this self-talk and it influences our behaviour and self-esteem. These are self-destructive feelings.

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