Do you live for the weekends? Do you hate Monday mornings? Are you majorly stuck in a career rut or in a job you hate? You may not even hate your job, but you just know that you are so much better than what you are doing right now and you want a bigger challenge. Today’s episode is going to give you 7 ways you can get out of a career rut.
How To Get Out of a Career Rut
In the past, I used to live a double life – working a day job I hated and then coming home and being a “job applicant” after work and on weekends. I was totally stuck and didn’t know how to get out.
It didn’t matter what jobs I applied to, all I knew is that I needed to get out! It took years for me to finally figure out that applying to jobs online didn’t work because I needed to understand myself better first. As soon as I did that, that dream job just starting popping up left and right. Eventually, I didn’t even have to apply for jobs because those jobs would just come to me.
There are many mistakes job searchers make when trying to get out of a career rut.
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How do I change my life into my dream and how do I get myself out of this rut?
Here are 7 Step You Can Take Today to Get Out of Your Career Rut & One Step Closer to Your Ideal Career:
1. Evaluate Your Current Situation
2. Take a Day Off
3. Make New Habits
4. Learn a New Hobby
5. Meet New People
6. Add Things You Enjoy To Your Job
7. Use Your Nights and Weekends
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