What is the number one reason people feel dissatisfied or leave their job? Contrary to popular belief, it’s not advancement opportunities, it’s not money, it’s not even an inability to do the job. The number one reason people leave or feel dissatisfied at work is their relationship with their immediate supervisor. So what do you do when you want to keep your job but don’t want to lose your sanity?
Most of us stop ourselves from succeeding. And it’s not that we don’t have grit, and it’s not that we don’t want to persevere, it’s that we let ourselves get trapped instead of breaking through to become what we can truly be! Until we release our potential and until you fail a few times, you won’t know what that is.
There is no shortage of stress in our lives, and the list of priorities we have to juggle isn’t getting any shorter. In a time when every priority claims itself as the most urgent, maintaining focus on your top priorities can be difficult.
Creating a path to success is more than talent and smarts. It requires a personal strategic development plan, a clear sense of strengths, values, and motivators, and specific ways to transfer learning to real life.
The ability to successfully navigate change, rise above adversity, and triumph in our lives boils down to one word: RESIIENCE. When faced with challenge, ambiguity, and adversity, those who practice resilience not only survive difficult times, they THRIVE!