These days people are considering big changes in their lives especially when it comes down to their choice of career. ok You’ve spent the most of your times deliberating your options and have decided, action should be taken going after and finding something you dream, which is a lot like finding the right person to love.
There’s nothing worse than feeling discouraged and unsatisfied. Thinking all day and feeling undervalued and practicing the act of procrastination on another level makes your day drag beyond belief. Frankly, though, finding that analogy discouraging. It implies that success in love – whether for your career or a compatible mate — is a numbers game: Keep at it long enough and you might eventually get lucky. In the meantime, though, you may find yourself slogging through a very big swamp. Personally, I’m always on the lookout for changing characteristics or dynamics in my life. In this journey, Losing a companion is always bad because it instantly effects your morale. It’s more than likely you have built great relationships with one another and, of course, it’s always sad to see them go. But keep this moto in mind that people come and go in our lives, let their coming build your gratitude and their going build your strenght. I know that first-hand, and have experienced it as well. what I thought was a imaginary career story went belly-up. I sank some years of my life into my dream – to become different sets of professionals such as a Doctor, an accountant, musician, dancer, teacher and an Actor. Then i somehow got dumped, acknowldging myself that I wasn’t granted tenure, to my feelings in my world, if not granted tenure, then i’m fired. The decisions came down in my mind as i never felt appreciated or accomplished in doing so, where I was always packing up my scattered priorities, feeling bewildered, betrayed, and brutally casted out. When someone’s not happy about their whereabouts, job or relationship, you can usually see it written all over their face and body language, which is one of the easier signs to spot – have they been more negative than usual? Are they complaining more regularly about the pressure? Are they reluctant to take on any other responsibilities? Have you noticed a lack of input, creatively? I always find that people who leave spending their last couple of months doing ‘just enough’ to get by, often without repercussions because their surroundings are too busy running other facets. This hesitation to commit is a serious issue so if you see this evolving, it should be addressed as soon as possible. This world is critical for a happy, satisfied beings. If you notice someone is avoiding social interactions and no longer wants to get involved with the community, fun aspects of the society, then this could be another strong signal they’re thinking of leaving. When someone is deliberating their future prospects, they are often on edge and reluctant to share these feelings with friends and siblings. Spending time with them outside of work could be too risky as they may slip up and admit something their avoiding. Watch out for these warning signs and there will be less of a shock factor when it comes to having ‘the conversation’. The important thing is to always ensure you’re happy, feeling motivated and valued in your role. If you don’t do this, your talent retention strategy needs a serious rethink! pull yourself out of what you realize would have been a rather limiting academic career and spread your wings into the wider world of public policy. Look for the the ingredients for your sense of fulfillment that helps you match up exactly with the value proposition defined in your research ensuring that all talent has equal opportunities to grow and advance.
Get clear on what you want and Become an explorer and view the world as your jungle. Stop and observe all of the little things as completely unique events. Try new things. Get out of your comfort zone and try to experience as many different environments and sensations as possible. This world has so much to offer, so why not take advantage of it? And If you are still slogging through a very big swamp, keep going. Make sure that every opportunity you choose from here on out will ultimately bring rewards and fulfillment into your life. And don’t be afraid to ask for help. Seek advisors, mentors, and sponsors who are willing to teach, protect and promote you as you navigate the corridors of power. Choose a career that fulfills your value proposition. A career that inspires you to go to work every day. Do things that make you feel blissful, optimistic and empowered so that you can set a positive tone for your day. And rememebr to always smile because It is a very powerful tool that is utilized less and less as we grow older and need happiness more than ever.