Do you ask your boss or colleagues for approval too often? Do you seek the answers from your co-workers, no matter how many times you’ve done the same task? Is the urge to ask for help all too strong?
Perhaps you are a little self-critical or skeptical. Perhaps a little lazy.
Or maybe you’re encumbered by what I call excessive doubt.
While I am still learning to completely overcome self-criticism, I can say this:
“It’s imperative that, every now and again, we drop by to check in with ourselves.”
Higher job satisfaction means being able to make your own decisions, work on your own time for your own personal targets, an opportunity to apply your skills to what you love doing, and turn all that into a career.
Then there is the so-called comfortable and content 9-5. Assuring you that tomorrow you’ll still have a job. Most people go for this because no one likes the unknown. Everyone wants to have some sort of guarantee that the future is safe. It seems at least a little more secure than the life of an entrepreneur.
Which side are you standing on?Continue reading
I love writing!
But, as with everything else in life we enjoy, there’s always something we don’t enjoy about it. That’s just how it is.
I don’t like not understanding something. I also don’t like my frequent inability to make creative decisions—particularly when it comes to deciding what I’m going to paint, or write about next.
It’s become clear to me now that I’m not the only one experiencing this never-ending tug-o-war between my creativity, my daily routines, and the discipline to actually sit down and write my thing.
The struggle is real.Continue reading
Have you ever thought about the benefits that come with improving your reading skills? Well, you can’t improve your reading skills without, you know, reading – a lot!
So how can you optimize your skills for faster reading, more efficiency, and more focus?
Let’s look at where it all begins and why it’s important.