Daily Dose of Living

Get ready to maximise your potential, maximise your living with empress2inspire’s new posts series “Daily Dose of Living”. These series will bring you the best in personal development and productivity every day of the week. Your best life awaits. 

In today’s post we will continue to talk about how to change or build your career. The solution to this problem is what’s called “the craftman’s path” — the long-term path to mastery. Everyone who became great at something has a similar story: For years, they worked on their craft every day, even if they weren’t in the mood. Always pushing, practicing, working, and improving. It doesn’t matter if you’re feeling passionate about it that day or even that month. You keep working and keep improving. It doesn’t matter whether your work environment is ideal or you’re being wonderfully rewarded yet. You keep working and keep improving. Yes it takes thousands of hours of practice, but that’s good news! It’s a clear path and it’s under your control, instead of dwelling on unanswerable questions like “What is my true calling?” You forget the self-centered concerns about your passion and purpose, and instead just keep improving and getting really damn good. It doesn’t matter if your current job isn’t perfect. You just keep improving, no matter where you are, becoming more and more valuable. By building your skills, experience, and value, you earn a great career. By building your skills, experience, and value, passion and purpose come to you. By building your skills, experience, and value, you are building your “career capital”.

Come back tomorrow for solutions on trying to build or change a career.

Reference : https://sive.rs/career

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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      1. Always a joy and pleasure to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear! Have a great day!! xoxox 😘💕🎁🌹

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