It’s a vicious cycle. You dread going to work, but because you have to go, you show up, which makes you feel even worse by the end of the day.
Then, you carry that bad attitude around with you like a meal from a greasy spoon. It sits in your stomach, churning and making everything sour.
The worst part is, there doesn’t seem to be a way out.
There’s no way to just decide one day that you’re not going anymore, and you can’t seem (no matter how hard you try) to just put on a happy face.
Putting On A Happy Face
No matter how much you’ve tried to “fake it ’til you make it,” it just doesn’t seem to work here. You can’t pretend to be happy somewhere that you’re not.
Work is just too big a deal to fake your way through indefinitely. With no long term plans about how things are headed in a better direction, you might just feel a bit hopeless.
You need a glimmer of how things could be happier for you, what that might look like and how you’re going to get there, because you know one thing for sure:
You can’t live this way forever.
You Deserve Better – Don’t Dread Going To Work
You deserve better than being miserable at work. If you didn’t, you’d probably be ok with it. But you’re not.
It’s time to truly figure out how to get yourself out of that deep, dark hole – even if it feels impossible.
It may be hard. I know it is.
There are barriers.
You might have kids, debt, a lifestyle to support or a spouse that wishes you wouldn’t change jobs.
You probably have fears, doubts, concerns. You don’t want to end up doing the same thing again – or something even worse.
You still can find a way to change your career – and do something you care about.
I’d love to show you exactly how at my free training.