After a while we all get frustrated with our job. For many this leads to greater frustration because our work is now so much a part of our lives and our personality. Here’s a example of how frustrating a job can be:
See, it’s all about perspective isn’t it? When people come to me and tell me about frustrations with their current situation the first thing I ask them is ‘What do you want to do?’. Most are dumb founded. All they have thought about is getting ‘out’ of the current situation but many have not thought about what they actually ‘want’ to do. Even fewer have a documented plan for what they want to achieve. Many claim they ‘know’ what they want but unless they actually commit something to paper they are a very long way from achieving it.
See if you can answer the question ‘What do I want to do?’ and then start achieving it. Life’s too short for regrets.