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Find Your Work, Never Settle For A Job

Does the start of your workweek trigger feelings of anxiety, sadness, or stress? Do you lack passion and motivation for your job?

Many people accidentally “fall” into a career they dislike, and often due to their financial situations, they remain at a job that offers nothing but despair and heartache. Interestingly, a recent survey found that over 80% of workers are disengaged from their careers. The average person spends a third of their life at work, and to spend that amount of time in a job you do not like can be very disheartening.

Some people strive for success at work, and they pour 100% of themselves in their careers, but somewhere along the way, that emotional feeling slowly fades away, leaving them feeling stuck, trapped, bored, frustrated, drained, duped, or depressed. I know this feeling because I’ve also experienced all these feelings at times in my career.

Many people go through life without finding their work and settling for a job. Now you may be wondering what’s the difference? Your job is what your employer pays you to do; your work is what you were born to do.

If you find yourself aimlessly thinking as I have done before, “why am I still at this job” you have settle for a paycheque and still looking for your work. According to late Dr. Munroe, some people go through life frustrated, finding it difficult to get up on Monday morning, going to a job they hate; get stuck in traffic. Doing this all their life without knowing the real joys of life.