Thursday Encouragement: You Still Got It!

I believe one should always be looking for ways to improve. Whether it is professionally, personally, financially, spiritually or physically, it is necessary to strive for the better. When you feel like your career is not where you want it to be, remember that any change is in your hands and you don’t have to accept inertia.

Trust in Yourself

You have to trust yourself if you want to be happier with the life that you are living. It is important to believe in the resources that you have and utilize the experiences that you have accumulated over the years, positive and negative, to grow rather than using them to doubt yourself. You have to remember that you are absolutely smart enough to try and figure out what you need to do and you also need to give yourself time and patience as well. When you are able to do this, you will soon find that you are in control of your life and career much more than you realize.

Life is Not Out to Punish You

There is a trap that is called a victim mentality. It is dangerous and it leads to nothing but lost. Truly, remember that life is not out to punish you at all. Tragedy happens and for some people, it is destructive. Unfortunately, there are evil people who make it their purpose in life to ruin the previous lives around them. Nonetheless, it is important to remember that your life is your friend and when you are able to see it from this perspective, you can then see the opportunities that are right in front of you. Your life can sometimes show you the direction you need to take in order to be happier. Are you a ‘glass empty’ person or a ‘glass full’ person. Sometimes all you need is a little perspective.

Dismiss Negative Thoughts

You have to understand that your career will never be 100% positive. Even when everything is going great, you will still have negative moments. The way that you deal with those thoughts is to try overcome them with your words. Speak what you want out loud to yourself and to others. This practice surely isn’t comfortable or ‘normal’ but don’t you want to be extraordinary?.

Help Others

Believe it or not, helping others is a fantastic way for you to try and feel better about yourself. If you feel as though your job is very unsatisfying, rethink it and be thankful for what it provides your family. Taking your attention off yourself for a moment and looking for ways to be a blessing to others is highly rewarding.

For those who haven’t made a commitment in terms of education, there are plenty of careers that involve serving others. I recently came across this aviation company that hires professionals for air ambulance jobs and careers. You get to help others and travel at the same time!

Make Friends

The more friends you have at work, the more supported you will feel. The goal is not to necessarily get familiar with their kids and dogs here. But if that’s a possibility, why not? After all, you spend a major portion of your day with them. Just choose wisely. Instead of coping up your thoughts, try and go to those around you for support. When you do this, you will soon find that there are many people out there who are waiting to help and they may even be able to provide you with solutions that will help you in your day to day job as well.

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This article is in partnership with a collaborative writer and/or a brand may contain affiliate links. Nonetheless, these are my experiences and my opinion. For questions, contact me directly.

 

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3 comments on “Thursday Encouragement: You Still Got It!”
  1. I needed some encouragement, thanks!

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    1. Melissa, I’m glad this was able to get you some encouragement 🙂 we all need it sometimes.

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