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Michael Carvalho
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5 months ago

Likes and Dislikes: Reflecting on Our Work Experiences

Let's talk about the good, the bad, and everything in between when it comes to our jobs! 🤔💼

What are the aspects of your job that bring a smile to your face every day? Is it the supportive team, exciting projects, or perhaps the opportunity for growth and development? Share your likes in the comments below and let's celebrate the positive moments that make our work fulfilling! 🌟😊

On the flip side, what are the challenges or aspects of your job that you find less enjoyable? Maybe it's long hours, lack of recognition, or a task that doesn't quite align with your strengths. It's okay to acknowledge the dislikes too – it's all part of the journey to finding a role that truly resonates with you. Let's discuss and support each other through these moments! 🌻💬

Remember, every experience – positive or negative – teaches us something valuable and shapes our career path. Let's learn from each other and grow together! 🌱💪 #LikesAndDislikes #WorkLife #CareerReflection #JobSatisfaction #PositiveVibes #Challenges #Support #CareerJourney #GrowthMindset #WorkplaceCulture #CommunityDiscussion #ShareYourStory

Join the conversation and let's build a supportive community where we can share our work experiences openly and learn from each other's perspectives. Your voice matters! 🌈💼✨ #advice #jobsearch #motivation

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over 6 months ago

I’ve heard from a few people close to me recently. Each have different challenges but I hear a similar story.

These are people that made pretty solid choices in their lives – some went to college, some got good jobs, they were active in their communities, etc. But still, bad luck found them.

I know it happens, and there are a bunch of reasons why things didn’t work out – their pay doesn’t keep up with costs, divorce, being a single parent, health problems, no opportunity where they live …

But there are times when I don’t quite know what to suggest. It’s got me thinking that everyone could use a better fall-back plan.

Got any good suggestions for when life changes drastically?

#stress #challenges #careerchange #motivation

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Jody Summers
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over 6 months ago

The challenge of the day

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Mark Hauflaire
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over 6 months ago
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Gloria Ehrlich
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over 6 months ago

https://youtu.be/wSrH5yy5dFwJust keep your chin up, always remember there is some one that has it worse. Keep your game clean, and make a change for the positive! Make those lists, get rest, drink water, stay focused about your ideas, keep implementing them as you go along #challenges #changes #Jobs #Making #Non-for #Profit

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P Sue Alexander
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over 6 months ago

Hi. I have a new job with much higher expectations than I'm used to. I have trouble focusing and am easily distracted. My boss has spoken to me about this but here's the deal. He wants things done his way. If I don't do it his way he gets frustrated with me. I see no harm in doing things differently as long as the same outcome is produced. He wants me to fi it his way. I admit I've made some mistakes that are all easily fixable. But because I've made the mistakes apparently I'm not focusing on the task at hand. Blah blah blah. They don't call it micromanaging they call it ensuring safety and quality! Assholes. Anyway,this environment is very stressful for me and its effecting my life. If any focus at work because I'm thinking about my personal problems and I can't focus at home because all I think about are my work problems. I need help. Where did you think the problems rise? Is it me?

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Sylvester Brown
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over 6 months ago

I'm working to become a professional leader that's able to rise to the demands of my career environment and professional needs from the co-workers around me...

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Lizeth Morse
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over 6 months ago

I am writing my first resume and every word I put down on the page seems like a make or break. I second guess what I write a lot. I must have done like 30 revisions at this point. AHHHHHHHHH!!! Initially I think it takes a very loooong time to write a great cover letter and resume, but after that I am sure it will just be small changes here and there right? Right now it’s just a struggle. How many of you found it stressful to write your resume?

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Alice Storey
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over 6 months ago

It was not a good fit. I was there for a brief time only. My experiences were very limited.

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