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One of the most fascinating quirks of human psychology is that we can be dissatisfied for a LONG TIME before we actually do anything. How many of us know someone stuck in a bad situation for the last 10 years? A bad diet? A bad relationship?

This is painfully clear when it comes to jobs.

Day after day, week after week, we go to jobs we don’t like, for less pay than we’re worth, silently enduring the pain.

You know something better is possible. You know it’s possible to feel fulfilled, secure, inspired, and most of all, valued at work. 

Most people live their entire lives like this. They settle and spend the next 20, 30, 40 years trudging along, phoning it in. Trying not to think about everything that could have been.

Does any of this sound familiar?

  • You’re tired of hearing about your friend’s job that pays better, sounds much more interesting, and comes with 3 extra weeks of vacation
  • You got passed up for the promotion again…for someone else with less experience than you
  • You’re worried about being laid off
  • Your partner lost their job and now you’re the sole breadwinner (what now?)
  • You’re starting a family and suddenly realize you need a bigger salary and better health insurance
  • You’ve been working for a few years and realize you haven’t accomplished anywhere near as much as you hoped or planned for
  • You’re hitting a new decade — your 30s, your 40s, your 50s — and can’t help but wonder “Is this it?”
  • You’ve realized you’ve maxed out your potential at your current company. There’s just nothing more you can earn or learn
  • You’re fed up with wasting an hour a day commuting back and forth to the office
  • You had a great job…then you got a new boss and they suck. Now you hate your job
  • You had another annual review and realized your current path is a dead end. No raise, no new skills, no promotion. Just another year of the same old grind

You’ve had someone pull back the curtain on all the mistakes you’re making in your career and your job searches — offering you a better way

Pivotal moments like these can be painful, but they can also be the push we need to take action.

Next Monday, you’ll be facing another day at your job. Another week just like the last week. And the one before that. Does that excite you?

What are you going to do about it?

Sometimes, we need a little nudge from someone who believes in us more than even we believe in ourselves. Someone who can encourage us, guide us — someone who’s been there.

So that years from now, looking back on our lives, we don’t look back with regret and confess, “I wish I’d believed in myself enough to try that. I wish I’d at least tried.”

I believe in you.

Find Your Dream Job can help you get unstuck and find the job of your dreams.

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