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For about a year I have been offering a teleseminar entitled “Transform Your Career from Misery to Happiness”.   Though the seminar has, of course, evolved the message is essentially the same:  most of us have at some point in our careers felt miserable about some aspect of our, job, our workplace, our boss or something related to our work life.   And, importantly, it is never to late to do something about it. The seminar also offers a model for transformation that resonated with me and is the basis of the Career Happiness webinar series. Reflecting on the response of the many people who have participated over this past year, I have gained a number of insights into how we deal with career misery.   Though it is clear that nobody wants to be in this situation, many create a number of coping mechanisms and justifications that allow them to stay in misery and stress rather than face disruptive change. Here are some of my insights

  • The title makes some feel uncomfortable, perhaps because it comes close to the truth. “Misery” is an emotive word. It encompasses simple discomfort to disappointment, stress and pain.   Some people do not get past the word misery to think about happiness.
  • Signing up for the class is easy.   Attending and doing the thinking and self-reflection that the transformation requires is not.
  • Continuing the work of transformation requires discipline and motivation. People do it when they are ready or are pushed by circumstances.
  • The transition model that I share has held up through my work with a number of clients and webinar participants.
  •  Only [viagra effects on the penis] a very small number of participants have ever asked for the book list that was used to create the seminar.   It may be that it is too much work.
All this tells me that I have chosen a difficult topic and one that makes people uncomfortable.   Realizing one is viagra effects on the penis in misery is difficult and we tend to cope instead. We rationalize and choose to stay in stress rather than face the difficult work and decisions that changing our careers may represent.   We prefer to stay with the stresses we know rather than face the unknown viagra effects on the penis, even if that unknown might bring us happiness. It takes courage to face fear and we put up barriers ourselves that may appear insurmountable. In retrospect, I know that I, too, could have made the changes I am advocating much earlier in my career and benefited in many ways. Viagra effects on the penis as i prepare for another cycle of teleseminars where i will incorporate some of these and additional insights and will seriously consider changing the name.   What do you think of “Transform Your Career from Discontent to Happiness”?  Is it less threatening or perhaps more bland? Please let me know by leaving a comment. I hope you have the courage to face your fears and to “see” you soon in an upcoming seminar.  I announce these in my bi-weekly newsletter and website. Please check them out.


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