10 Tips To Get Unstuck in your Career 4

10 Tips To Get Unstuck in your Career 4

Yogi Berra said, “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up somewhere else.” No matter where you are in your career, it’s important to keep in mind where you want to go and what you need to do to get there.

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10 Tips To Get Unstuck in your Career 3

Get out of your office! Be social schedule at least one lunch or coffee per week with a colleague to start. If you don’t put it on your calendar, chances are it won’t happen.

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10 Tips To Get Unstuck in your Career 2

10 Tips To Get Unstuck in your Career

Number 2

Move beyond your to-do list and become more visible in the workplace. Remember: Talent and hard work alone won’t get you ahead. You need to be known across the organization. Build relationships and let people know what you’re doing and what you’re accomplishing.

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10 Tips To Get Unstuck in your Career 

10 Tips To Get Unstuck in your Career

  1.  Manage your career
Tips To Get Unstuck in your Career
Tips To Get Unstuck in your Career

Are you to busy managing your job ignoring your career?  It’s time to get over your limiting belief that working hard and performance alone lead to promotions.

Research shows that men are much better managing their careers. They spend 80% of their time doing their jobs and 20% of their time letting others know what a good job they are doing. Women are more likely to spend 100% of their time on the tasks associated with their jobs. When you have this mindset, attention becomes laser focused on the work itself, and the management of your career gets lost.

More tomorrow

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Struggling with your relationship

Struggling with your relationship

RELATIONSHIP ISSUES?

Struggling with your relationship
Struggling with your relationship

Without trust, a relationship misses two of the key anchors to a strong bond: safety and security.

“Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option.”

― Mark Twain

Your partner has different priorities and expectations regarding the relationship?

Does your partner see you as “Mister/Miss Right”, or “Mister/Miss Right Now”

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Struggling with Motivation

Struggling with Motivation
struggling with motivation

GOT TO, NEED TO, WANT TO

When we are looking to do anything this is the first thing we think about.   A highly motivated person lives in a world where they WANT TO do things, not all of us are so lucky

When you feel you have GOT TO do something either because you have been told to, no one else will or you see no productive benefit from it.  This becomes a chore you lack the motivation to accomplish the chore to a good standard and in a reasonable amount of time or even to start it in the first place!

When you feel you NEED TO do something there is still reluctance although you can see a benefit, its still something you have to push yourself to do reaffirming the reason why you NEED TO do the Chore

WANT TO is a different matter.  When we WANT TO do something we are motivated and driven to accomplish the task we look to do the best Job or to be on time.

Take Night Fisherman if the motivation was I’ve GOT TO do this, do you believe they would pack the car and go out on a cold rainy night to sit on a river bank.  Maybe if they NEEDED TO it would be easier.   IF we can move the Motivation to WANT TO ie) so my family can eat.  I enjoy the peace and quiet.  I enjoy the challenge.

Most things are possible when we can move the motivation through these three stages and an individual can say they WANT TO accomplish the Task

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Had a bad month

Had a bad month

Well that’s January done     

had a bad month
Well that’s January done

How did it go ?

The drop in mood after Christmas.

The cold and the damp weather

Did you escape Divorce Monday?

Has the Credit Card bill arrived?

How did miserable Monday go?  The most depressing day of the year

Given up on the New Year Resolutions?

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6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 6

6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 6

Check how you are feeling

6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 6
6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 6

How are you feeling generally? Feeling lonely can be very stressful and can have a big impact on your general wellbeing, which might make it even harder to make positive steps to feeling better.

If you are feeling anxious, stressed or depressed then it is vitally important that you speak to a Doctor or seek other medical advice.  There is no shame in admitting that you have a problem, in fact it is the most sensible thing to do as then someone can help you to do something about it.

Being stressed or depressed will make it even harder for you to feel confident enough to go out and meet new people. It might also deteriorate into a more serious condition. Recognising the signs of depression and speaking to a professional about it might be all it takes to get you back on the road to recovery and a new life full of friends and connections.

In a few days  I will be talking about how to bring balance to your life and the benefits that this will have not only on yourself but your family and friends too

compliments of the season to you all

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6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 5

Be careful when comparing yourself to others 

6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 5
6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 5

It is very hard to stop comparing ourselves to others, we all do it, but it can help to just be aware that things are not always what they seem from the outside.

Everyone sees the world in a slightly different way, We see life through a lens. The lens is made up of our past experiences. These experiences will shape the way we view our surroundings, our friends, our lives and ourselves.

How your friend sees things will not necessarily be the way you see things. You will have had many debates about things in the past which will exemplify this.

Just because your friend is outgoing, the life and soul of the party and extraverted doesn’t mean that you should be the same. The great thing about you is that you are unique. There is no other person who is just like you – anywhere.

By bearing this in mind, you need to form your own opinions of what you like and what you don’t like. You should not be persuaded or coerced into doing something that you don’t like or don’t feel comfortable with. Peer pressure is a difficult thing to deny but deny you must. You need to make your own decisions about your life.

Once you have the courage to tell people what you want and what you like then you will find it much easier to do things you enjoy and avoid the things you don’t.

As mentioned in number 2, joining groups with like minded people who share a common interest or hobby cane be a great way to build connections and new friends and enjoy the process at the same time.

Tomorrow I will share the importance of checking your own feelings.

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6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 4

Take it slow

6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 4
6 tips to Balance your life and deal with Loneliness 4

If you’ve felt lonely for a long time, or even if you’re surrounded by people, it can be terrifying to think of trying to meet new people, or opening up to people for the first time.

The best approach to this is one day at a time. If you are not used to being in crowds or groups then forcing yourself to do this will be of no use and will in actual fact probably do more harm than good in the long run.

The trick is to find somewhere safe to go. Somewhere where there are no expectations of you. Somewhere you can share a common interest or goal. This might be a community project, a craft or hobby group or a local book club at your library.

Don’t put too much pressure on yourself all at once. Join one thing and see how it goes. Make sure you are a good fit for it so that you actually enjoy it when you get there.

Once you are comfortable in that one group or place then think about joining another. You can build up your social life slowly, one group at a time.

Tomorrow I will share how to grow your confidence

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