Feeling trapped is the worst. You end up dragging your ass to work every day, stuck in a ‘have-to’ mindset and wishing you could be doing anything else. The reason you feel trapped is because you tell yourself you have no choice. You have to do this.
It’s not impossible to function in a disorganized environment, but you function way more efficiently when you’ve done away with all the clutter.
That’s why Marie Kondo and the entire ‘organizational industry’ are so huge. It’s proven that a decluttered life equals a decluttered mind.
But there’s one VERY IMPORTANT area that most people don’t spend enough time decluttering.
I’m going to give you a step-by-step daily process you can do to get all the messy, success-blocking thoughts out of your head so you can be less overwhelmed and focus on functioning at your best.
For years, I quit on almost every goal I’ve ever set for myself … at least once. Quitting usually happens when it gets hard or I fall on my face a few times. That’s when I generally find an excellent excuse to ‘pause’ on my goal.
But what if I told you that NOT quitting on your goal is also a skill? And like any skill, it’s something you get better at with practice? What could you achieve if you got really good at the skill of NOT quitting on your goal?
In this week’s podcast episode, I’m sharing rock-solid insights for you to stop quitting on your goal and start achieving anything you want.
You didn’t get where you are today by taking it one step at a time. In fact, there’s no such thing in today’s corporate world. It’s actually more like taking 2 or 3 steps at a time on 5 different projects at the same time. But that ‘powerful, get-it-all-done quickly and efficiently’ work ethic doesn’t work as well when it comes to your career development.
In part three of having the career you want, I’ll share why the fastest, most effective way to your career goals is by slowing down, and taking one small step every day.
Here’s the good news. Having a career you want is 100% in your control. You don’t need a specific boss or job or role or title or commute to make you happy. So really, there is no bad news. There’s only learning to control what you can control and letting go of what you can’t. That is the key to having a career you want. In step 2 of this three step process, I’ll teach you a simple 5-step tool to help you take back control of your career.
Knowing how to have the career you want is one of the most important life skills you can develop. My mission with this podcast is that everyone has a job they love. In this first episode, I’ll share the three steps to having a career you want and deep dive into step #1.
So, if you’re someone who’s interested in making your career something that adds emotional value to your life (in addition to financial value). If you’re someone who’s willing to commit to making your career something you love doing and want to go to every day, then you’re in the right place.