It is so easy to lose motivation in a job or career and not move forward. The tough part is getting the results you want when that begins.
Have you ever…
- Been afraid to speak up?
- Brushed off compliments?
- Viewed yourself as not as important as others?
Congratulations! You and about every other person I have ever met have done one (or all) of those at one time or another.
Oh well. Read on to get your hands on some words of wisdom by a life coach.
While doing that socially may not be a killer, doing it in a job is. When we play small in our work we create two issues: 1) we plant a seed of doubt in others about our ability; and 2) we begin to doubt ourselves. You may not be doing it consciously, but in effect you’re indulging in self-sabotage. Play that out over time and it becomes very easy to shrink.
And shrinking sucks.
Can your job contain you? I don’t mean that it isn’t worth your time. I mean, have you postured yourself into believing that this is as good as you can get or the best you will ever achieve? If so, I’m guessing your playing small in some area of your work. And that kills your motivation.
Here are some words of advice from a success coach. I realize you’d have more in the tank if you could get out of your own way and step into your full potential of what it means to be you. Maybe you’ve felt the office doubts about you… Maybe you really don’t know if you are capable of more… Maybe you settled awhile back and this job feels comfortable now.
As a life coach, I am always amazed at what happens when someone unleashes their potential. When they refuse to play small and take the risk to play big, it always seems they find a new lease on life. It is so powerful!
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