Do over 90% of us dislike our jobs?
Do we actually choose our jobs or just end up with them by default?
Did we just take what we could get, or got stuck with, and hope something better will come along? Or have a lot of us just quit hoping and just put up with what we have?
Does the word career apply to most of us? Probably not. Most of us just have jobs.
The word career implies that we have a “life’s work” that we have chosen, are successful at and enjoy.
We human beings are funny critters. Anytime that we feel stuck with something that we haven’t chosen we tend to dislike it. We also tend to resent and resist it. So since a lot of us see the work we do as virtually a necessary evil that was forced upon us by the raw necessity of survival, it’s no wonder that we live for weekends, vacation and dream of retirement.
Many young people trouble over what to do with their future. Many go all the way through school and through the first several years of employment before they figured what they want to do. In fact many of us never “decide” what we want to do with our lives and just live them by default until it’s too late to change or we die. (Pretty sad if you think about it.)
What most folks don’t realize is that the amount of energy they are expending in disliking resisting and resenting the work they are doing could actually bring them the exciting career that they longingly see other people enjoying.
Remember the concept that what you think about and have feelings about most of the time is what your life will bring you? If you’re not happy with your work and feel like you don’t have your “career” ask yourself a couple of questions.
How would it be to feel so great about your job that you would look forward to getting up in the morning excited to get started at your “work”?
How would it feel to have a sense of being needed, appreciated and respected for what you do by everyone, including your immediate love ones.
How would it feel to know that everyone looks at you the way that you used to look at successful, prosperous, respected folks who seemed to “have it all” and were “living life large”?
If you are willing to turn the “my job stinks” energy that you are expending now, around and pointed it in the direction of finding and creating a career worth dreaming about, you have the power to do it at any time and any age.
All that it takes is to decide and start thinking and feeling strongly about what you want rather than what you don’t want. If you are willing to do this you already have the same skills and ability that it takes to change your life forever.
All you need to do is discover that you have been using “The Guardian Code” constantly all of your life and that all it takes is to use it for what you want rather than what you don’t want.