Have you ever been in a job where you just felt the place was doing nothing for you? Working 40 hours a week and felt like there was this expectation that your employer should be doing more for you? I’ve been there. I’ve actually been there for a while. Nothing makes the days drag on and the reward seem minimal than having a mindset of “what can my boss do for me?” The thing is, this mindset has gotten me nowhere, and it wasn’t until this past year that one thing after another happened that forced me to see things differently.
Goals: 2018 and Beyond
Every year, we make resolutions. Right? We spend mental energy to think about how we want to change. We look back at the current year and ask ourselves “What could I have done better?” or “What didn’t I get to accomplish this year?“. From those questions, we begin to form a list of things we want to set out and do or change. Losing weight, saving money, changing your career. All goals many of us set out, not only at the New Year, but throughout the year. So why aren’t we crushing these lists we make? Maybe, we’re going about it all wrong.