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About me: I am Shaina, a certified life coach. My mission is to educate young people in the skills of daily life that are not taught in school, but are essential to lead a happy and successful life.
Welcome back my friends. If this is your first time here, where the hell have you been? I'm Shaina, it's a pleasure to meet you.
Today, I am giving you the 10 best signs that you are in the wrong job, according to me.
This was actually a blog post I had written months and months ago. Recently I found it and I thought: "Wow, this was a great publication", so I decided to translate it into a video. Talk about recycling.
Here's a trivial question for you: what's worse than getting up and going to a job you absolutely hate?
All right? Hey, mom!
The answer is nothing.
Most people think that's the way it is. It's normal to hate your job. Well, friends, they will stay exactly where they are while they create it.
It is absolutely possible to wake up every day and do what you love. You should never tolerate the following feelings or ignore the following red flags that are thrown in your way.
Without further ado, here is the list of "10 signs that you are in the wrong job".
1. Secretly you want to have the job of the janitor. I'm not kidding, I did this. There was a small woman who would be in our office (from a job she had) who cleaned the windows (a window washer) and I thought: "I would much rather do their job". And they probably pay more for Yes. You contemplate it, but then your university degree hangs over your head and your dream of cleaning floors fades.
2. You have developed a pretty severe case of Monday's blues. Sunday night feels like a death sentence. You begin to feel all kinds of stress, anxiety, sadness and even depression. Going to work on Monday morning makes you feel like you have entered a prison, leaving your freedom at the door. You want the week to come to Friday to be able to do more of the things you like to do.
3. Your lunch break is not about lunch. It's about breaking free for an hour. Have enough time to make happy hour plans (to drink all day), go out to breathe and look for new job openings.
4. You are too sensitive and highly emotional in the workplace. When your boss calls you at his office, you feel like crying. When they call you for making a mistake or not making an extra effort, you want to lash out: "I do not care, anyway, I do not care about this job!" You keep all your emotions until your emotions come to the surface and you break, in your car, your bedroom or the grocery store.
5. You can not understand how someone would enjoy the kind of work you do. Observe some of your coworkers who seem to really enjoy this work. It confuses you "How can that be?" You ask yourself. Do you really like to sell this ridiculous product? Do not you mind wearing a suit every day? Do you agree to do a meaningless job? You just do not understand.
6. You feel uninspired and unfulfilled. Something missing. You feel it in your bones that something is not right. You have lost a part of yourself and what you really want. You have put aside your happiness to obtain a miserable salary. You know there is something bigger for you, even if you can not identify exactly what it is now.
7. When people ask you "Oh, hey, how's the work going?" Or "Hey, how was your day at work?" You respond "eh, well" and you move quickly, you prefer to chew your own arm than to talk about your work for a second of your free time, unless, of course, you have the opportunity to hit everything in this respect.
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