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Work at Your Dream Job Make That Career Change Before You Become Brain Dead!
Its never too late or too early, for that matter to make a career change, to be what you might have been. While no dream job is perfect, there should be one that suits you much better than the conventional job you presently have particularly if it doesnt inspire you just thinking about it.
Low expectations for their accomplishments and productivity both from their supervisors and themselves
Feeling like a martyr because they work more hours than most people do even though they have never produced anything creative or extraordinary
Opportunity to brag to their friends how much they work and how much the company depends on them even though this is far from the truth
Annoying bosses and co-workers that they can complain about to their friends outside the workplace
Work acquaintances that they have fooled themselves into believing are real friends
Two or three weeks of imposed vacation schedules
Regular, but limited paychecks
Clearly, these aspects of corporate life will not lead to a fulfilling dream career. Unless you work at something that is enjoyable, it can't lead to the best possible results for you physically, emotionally, or financially. In the future, even if you do acquire a great deal of money, you will never be able to purchase enough pleasure and enjoyment that you missed by not enjoying your work.
If you want to be able to look back on your life and feel good that you lived it to the fullest, you will want to have worked at something that was exciting and satisfying. There are many career change resources on the market, including books, seminars, and career coaches, which can help you create your dream job.
By creating your own dream job, you don't have to accept the low standards such as money, material possessions, or status by which many people rate whether they are a success in life. Surely, you have the ability and the creative talent to transcend these standards and work at what is important to you.
The ideal is to have a dream job take up a good portion of your life instead of having your corporate job devour a good portion of your dream along with your soul. By making that important career change, you can experience so much satisfaction that you actually look forward to getting out of bed in the morning particularly on the days that you have to go to work!
About the Author: Ernie J. Zelinski is a leading authority on early retirement and solo-entrepreneurship. Ernie is the author of Real Success Without a Real Job, How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free (over 57,000 copies sold), and The Joy of Not Working (over 200,000 copies sold).