Find Your Life's Work First Before Considering a Job or Career Change
Most people don't enjoy their work and settle for a career they've invested time and energy into.
While that may satisfy immediate needs and provide comfort in life, it also has costs that's not always obvious.
If you change a job or career without finding out what your life's work is, there will be a price to pay later on.
That's not a beneficial situation to be in.
This issue focuses on how you can find your life's work if you're considering a job or career change and what you will gain when you do.
Included in this issue:
- Why Great People Quit Good Jobs (Video)
- 7 Effects of the Wrong Job on Your Professional Success (Article)
- How to Fight the Desire to Mentally Check Out (Article)
- The Price You Pay for Being in the Wrong Career (Article)
- 8 Reasons People Disengage (Article)
- Finding Purpose in Life: The Guide to Finding Your Life’s Work (Article)
Continue reading to find out.
Enjoy this week's issue. 🙏
Why Great People Quit Good Jobs
Have you ever wondered what makes up a good job? How do you know you have a good job?
Just because you may have a "good job," it doesn't mean it's right for you.
In this video, learn why people quit jobs, even though to others, it may seem they had good jobs.
- Credit: Christie Lindor | TEDxZaragoza
7 Effects of the Wrong Job on Your Professional Success
We often link success in life to our career or business success. Achieving professional success and accolades won't mean much if you know you're in the wrong job or career.
In this post, learn what being in the wrong job can do to your quality of life and the way you see yourself.
- Credit: Sija Mafu | Motivated2Inspire.com | Image Credit: Unsplash
How to Fight the Desire to Mentally Check Out
You can usually spot someone who is mentally checked out at work. Their energy level and attitude is a good indicator of what's going on internally for them.
In this post, learn steps you can take if you ever find yourself mentally checked out and not functioning as you normally do.
- Credit: Rodney Luster | psychologytoday.com
The Price You Pay for Being in the Wrong Career
Most adults will change their career at least once during their working life. Being in the wrong career not only affects you, but it also affects those in your life.
In this post, learn the price you will pay if you know you're in the wrong career and do nothing about it.
- Credit: Elizabeth Sullivan | linkedin.com
8 Reasons People Disengage
To perform consistently at a high level, you need to feel a sense of purpose in your work. If you don't, it's easy to lose interest and focus.
In this post, learn eight reasons people disengage from their work and the effect that has on their performance.
- Credit: Dr. Heather Johnson | klassenperformancegroup.com
Finding Purpose in Life: The Guide to Finding Your Life’s Work
Finding your purpose and your life's work is the most important thing a person can discover about themselves.
In this post, learn ways you can reconnect to your purpose and your life's work, and what you will gain when you do.
- Credit: Dan Cumberland | themeaningmovement.com
Life is More Meaningful When You're Doing Work You're Meant to
If you pay attention, you're always being guided toward what you're meant to do in life.
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Doing Work You Love Always Means Making the Most of Each Day and Week
How you set up your week will make a difference when you're doing work that matters.
You can adopt practices to keep you motivated and focused on what's most important.
In this free ebook, learn how you can add a sense of urgency and focus when doing your life's work by applying ten practices to have a highly productive week.
It's Never to Late to Dedicate Yourself to Your Life's Work
Would you consider your life a success if what you accomplished did not give you meaning or a sense of purpose?
When you know you have found your life's work, what you do and how you do it will have greater significance and matter more.
If you haven't found your life's work, now is the perfect time to discover what it is.
MAKE IT COUNT
An action step you can take this week is to reflect on the times you were the happiest in your life and recall what you were doing. That will provide clues to your life's work.
Have a great week. Thank you for reading. 🙏
And always remember, live your greatness! 🙌
P.S. If you want to review the different areas of your life, the Life Progress Assessment will provide you with greater clarity and insight into which areas are working well for you, and which areas require more focus, so you can accelerate your breakthroughs and create the success you want. You can take the Life Progress Assessment here.