I Don’t Want To Work: 8 Tips To Find A Better Fit

Many of us feel this way at one time or another. Having difficulty getting up in the morning, dragging through the entire day, and not being productive by the time you leave work, dreading the next day.

8 Tips To Drop The “I Don’t Want To Work “Attitude And Find A Better Fit

1. Adopt An Abundance Mindset How we think influences how we see the world around us and can significantly impact our success, prosperity, and our overall happiness. Certain mindsets can better dial your ability to achieve success. People who radiate negativity will face challenges in their careers and life.

2. Visualize The Ideal Job Evaluate your skills and qualifications for what you visualize as a desirable job.  What makes a job desirable to you, and consider images of your future lifestyle.

4. Evaluate Your Qualifications And Skills Fill your skill gaps as best you can for what is essential in your desired career. Know what potential skills are needed for success and consider available training programs. If you are undecided about your career direction, do some research in areas where there is strong demand for people with high income skills.

5. Take Risks Early In Life And In Your Career There are a lot of pressures for graduates to get a desirable first job out of college. They have loans to pay, and four years under their belt of being on a tight budget during school.

6. Find Your Sense of Purpose And Meaning It is easier to work hard and find success if you enjoy what you do for your career. Steve Jobs said, “The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.” Finding purpose and meaning in your job increases motivation, engagement, and self-worth.

7. Follow Your Passion Following a passion can be a lifetime pursuit. In an Indeed survey, 60% of employers said lack of desire for work is why some employees don’t perform well in their roles. In recent years, passion has become a priority over salaries for college grads.

8. Monetize Your Hobbies Speaking of passion, many people have talent, interests, and hobbies outside of their jobs. They may do woodworking, carpentry, photography, jewelry, clothing, draw, comedy, writing, racecar driving, and a host of other activities one can imagine.

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