Life is too short to be unhappy, unfulfilled, and dissatisfied at your current job. A third of our lives is spent at our place of employment; why spend that time feeling stuck.
Ask yourself the following questions:
Do you live for the weekends and happy hours after work?
Do you find yourself watching the clock while at work?
Do you cringe every time you have to meet with your boss?
Do you avoid interacting with others in your office?
Does it feel like the walls are closing in around you?
If the answer to one or more of these questions is yes, you may be suffering from the soul sucking job you currently have. And these red flags must not be ignored any longer. Your mental, emotional, and physical health is at risk.
Get the assistance you need now by speaking to a career coach. Help with switching careers, updating your resume and LinkedIn profile, job search strategy, network strategy, interview preparation, and salary negotiation is at your finger tips.
This book is for anyone struggling at work; feeling unmotivated and unsatisfied with their job. For the professional worker that hates their job and lives for 5’o’clock on Fridays.
This book will guide its readers on how to create the professional work space they desire; an environment that they can not only survive in, but thrive in.
Coach Mel and guest bloggers share best practices, tips and insights to assist job seekers on their journey to their dream job. We will also post up to date information on what’s happening in the job market and advice from human resource professionals on how to stand out among the crowd.
Resume writing is a skill, and sometimes you just need a little help. Check out our resource page for samples of resumes, cover letters, and LinkedIn profiles. Coach Mel has also shared some of her favorite books on career strategies and job searches. Check out our resource page to help enhance your career search.
I live by a certain set of rules:
Know when to say yes, and when you need to say no.
Positive energy is contagious, so is negative energy.
Excuses never get anyone anywhere, so don’t make them.
Get comfy with being uncomfortable and try new things.
You have no choice over what you can control, but you can control what you choose.
— Maya Angelou