Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Why You'll Never Land Your Dream Job

There's not enough time in the day to do everything you want to.

We've all used that excuse before. It's a bold excuse and it's the same excuse that keeps you from waking up extra early to go work out or get some chores done around your home. So, why do we give in to the notion that work, family,  or school is holding us back from our "picture" of reality?

Because we are not having enough fun.

You're definition of fun compared to everyone else will undoubtedly be different, but at the end of the day it all comes down to our very own quality of life. Working that dreadful job of yours isn't making anything better, but at the same time you're probably not in a good spot to just quit that job and become a distinguished rapper, a notorious artist, or go find the cure for cancer. Success doesn't come in one day. The betterment of your well being from an emotional state, can. So, let's take a look at why you actually can and should quit your job. Because, come on, you know you want to.

1. You're too bright for your position

Ever feel as though the people you work with and the environment that you're in seem pretty dull or uninteresting to you?

It could simply be because you're just too damn smart for what your job requires of you. Seriously. The next time you go into work try changing things up a bit by examining the way others work and what you do differently just to realize that your level of thinking is beyond the nature of your job requirements.

2. You feel too comfortable where you are

If there's one thing that will hold you back it's the fact that you've been at your job so long that you are simply okay with working an unfullfilling job with mediocre pay.

If you want success, go get it. Don't wait around for "the right connections " or the right people to come into your life.

Do something you've always wanted to do, take a leap of faith and delve into your own passions for once.

3. You don't have the money

If your dream job means moving to another city or country just to fulfill your dreams, why can't you accomplish them where you are now? Money? No way.

See, money is an object and it will either ruin you or you will ruin it. Take a step back and analyze your options and the path that leads to your dream job. Find the quickest most beneficial route for you and if it means giving up your savings once, why not?

Money comes and goes,  but your happiness shouldn't.

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