When you like your job, but hate your company
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Instead of trying to find your passions, try asking yourself the following questions, formulated by author Whitney Johnson.
If you still don't know, consider working with a carer coach.
Don't expect anything. You’d be surprised at how much you can learn just from listening to other people talk.
You’ll get insight into people’s motivations, hopes, dreams, and ambitions. And you can learn how others got to where they are today—and if that’s a path you want to be on, too.
Fantasizing about dramatically quitting your job by shouting at your boss and trashing the computer before exiting the building is a huge red flag that something needs to be corrected in your work life.
When work is a nightmare, it is natural to slip into daydreams of rage-quitting, but it can hinder any practical steps we need to take to rectify the situation. One needs to find the underlying cause or the issue that is making them dream about quitting furiously.
It’s almost hard to imagine now that people would commute 2 hours each way, from home to office and back, hopping buses and trains. Remote working, as discovered by millions recently, has plenty of freedom and the added advantage of no-commute.
Landing oneself in a remote working job isn’t a cakewalk, and aspirants need a plan that will showcase them as the best candidate, who is cut out for working productively without supervision.
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