So let’s say you hate your job.
It’s okay, you can admit it.
Statistics say around 2/3 people feel this way.
Punch in. Punch out. The days blur together and turn into weeks and months.
Close your eyes to blink and years have flown by.
When Friday or Saturday comes along, you’re actually a little happy. A couple days of freedom.
But when Sunday evening comes, you are the ultimate Debbie Downer as Monday is just a few hours away.
You may even feel a little crazy–but you’re really not.
In this case, hating your job and feeling crazy is a gift.
Your frustration is a gift. It is much better than just being unhappy.
Most people choose being unhappy because it is familiar.
Being unhappy is actually not even scary; you’ll try to distract yourself or even numb the pain.
Pick up a bottle, watch TV, surf the web. There are a million ways to drift along.
But when you hate your job, hiding how you really feel only works for so long.
When you settle for something, you know you are not really alive.
You know you are meant to do more.
Please don’t ignore what you know you are meant to do.
It’s time to do something about it!
Use your frustration as fuel to fire yourself up and start experimenting.
Can you relate to this?