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Feeling Uninspired at Work? Try These Tips

May 22, 2017

Starting a new job usually includes a lot of excitement and motivation. You have goals, plans and a lot of energy for their embodiment. However, as time goes on, this energy becomes feebler and feebler until you work turns into a well-trodden routine, which brings you no joy, only disappointment and dissatisfaction. Unfortunately, career fatigue is a serious problem, which has to be accepted and dealt with. Good news is that there is a solution to every problem. If you’re suffering from the lack of motivation and satisfaction from your work, keep reading this article to find out how to get your mojo back. You can get that passion back, and here’s how you can do it!

Identify your uniqueness

There should be something that differentiates you from your peers. Those, who know their strengths, have the advantage over those who don’t. In case you don’t know your strengths, you can find them by answering the following questions: 

  • Of all your duties, what do you like doing most?
  • According to others, what are you good at?
  • Recollect your past. What major achievements did you have and what super powers assisted you to reach those results?
  • Among the following options, what do you want first: title, money, skill or role?

Shift your focus 

Although quitting a job may seem to be the easiest solution, it’s not always the best one. An alternative to jumping the ship, would be questioning your current role at the company. Think how you can realign it with what you really love to do. Maybe within your current position there are certain aspects that you can focus on, while abstaining from other unwanted functions, which drain all your energy. Another option is to find within the company another position, which better suits your aspirations and superpowers. Sometimes when you can’t find your dream job, you have to create it yourself. And it would be excellent if your company can assist you in achieving it.  

Ask others

Those, who are at the peak of their career, can make an impression like they’ve always been doing this way, while in reality they have faced the same problems as you. Ask for advice from other people in your company. Preferably those who have achieved certain success within the company. Then listen very attentively and learn. While listening, turn off your ego, because if you’ve gotten into this situation, it’s evident that it can’t help you.

Define your next move. After you have completed all previous stages, you have to define very precise steps that you should take. Map your goals, select key areas of development and pinpoint your strengths. You should be very specific in order to plan the next level of your career development very thoroughly. It’s a daunting, but very rewarding thing to do.

Once you complete these steps, your career fatigue should be gone.

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