— Eventually, some day, in the not too distant future, society will be allowed to return to their regularly scheduled duties. This includes for many of us, going back to our physical workplace. While it seems like an eternity since we’ve consumed the office coffee, or was in the same room with our colleagues, it’s…
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It’s been over a month for me, and although I’ve been on this big round ball for 5 decades, it feels like it’s been going on forever.
The key thing to remind ourselves of in times like this, is that we can take this opportunity to slow down a little bit and get fine tuned on what we want in life.
We often lose sight of our childhood dream jobs as we get older.
During these adjusting times we are facing, many of us have an opportunity to go at a slower pace.
The information and tips mentioned in this article will be able to help you avoid burnout during a, particularly difficult job search.
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Subtle shifts in what you choose can have a huge impact on beating burnout.
Organizations, and all of us, do not take enough time to celebrate our wins.
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Imagine what you could learn and accomplish if you allocated that money to learn some new skills, or address a problem in your life that you haven’t been able to correct.