You have a job. It’s fine. It pays the bills (or maybe it doesn’t). There are days when you derive some satisfaction from the work and the environment. There are other days when your alarm goes off in the morning, and you wake up with a pit in your stomach, dreading the workday ahead.
You are uninspired but feel stuck. And what else is really out there anyway? You create a healthy game of mental gymnastics to justify your inertia. The days, weeks, months and even years of your precious life go by.
**Not for nothing: I’ve been there. So much so that if mental gymnastics were a sport, there were times in my life when I could’ve been an Olympic gold medalist.**
Do you know what I’m talking about? Does this resonate with you? If so, we need to talk.
I’m curious… have you ever taken just a few minutes to think about what you need to be satisfied in a job?
As a career and life coach, I support people to first get clear on what they really want from their professional lives and then to be in action to generate results that are aligned with their desires, intentions and commitments.
If you see something in this post for yourselves, I invite you to reach out to me so we can talk about how working with me as your coach can support you to create a more satisfying professional life.