How to Leave Your Mundane Job

You know, those jobs with the way-too-early alarm buzzes, bumper-to-bumper commutes and sack lunches? The jobs with endless emails, mundane jobs, pointless meetings and paychecks that don’t even come close to reflecting how much value you’re bringing the company? Are you ready to making changes in your life and get out of that mundane job?

You work hard trying to climb the corporate ladder? Warning: It can be a dangerous distraction. Promotions don’t always increase your job satisfaction or nurture your passions. In fact, the added responsibility could drive you further away from finding meaning in your work because you’re too busy to even consider it.

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If you value advancement but never figure out whether moving “up” will help you achieve your passions to be happier and fulfilled in what you do, you might lose all sense of purpose. This is not an uncommon problem, fewer than 20 percent of leaders of organizations feel passionate about their individual purpose, and many of them can’t even articulate what that purpose is.

The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. —Mark Twain

How many of you have dreamed, schemed and fantasized about quitting that mundane job to do something else that you have a passion and could possibly change your life?

If this is you, abide by these core rules:

  1. Start your new venture first. Gather some momentum and a sense of how much you enjoy the new gig—and its potential. Many amazing business education platforms are available at low cost start up.
  2. Have a realistic financial plan. New businesses are often rocky on the front end. Understand how you’ll pay your rent and grocery bills, and create a schedule for when you expect revenue.
  3. Choose something that satisfies your passion, something you’re absolutely passionate about. Any career takes up so much of your time and energy, and an obsession with the business is key for success.

Your past isn’t your future, and you can do whatever you want.

Passion is a funny thing. It keeps you up at night and sparks something deep inside you. It inspires you to try and change the world, or at least make your little corner a bit better. Here are a few tips that can help you “Make the Break”.

The turn around of this perspective prison is what I call an entrepreneur mindset. Don’t be fooled into thinking that you need a big operation or a large team to think like an entrepreneur. This mindset is about the following principles:

  • Responsibility. You own your circumstances and realize that, for the most part
  • Accountability. You’re able to share with someone else, a mentor or coach, the triumphs and failures of your everyday work life.
  • Positivity. You can see the bright side of challenges eventually, and you actively seek an attitude of gratefulness, kindness and hope.
  • Flexibility. You know that to grow, you have to change. And to change, you must do regular personal development, often with someone else’s help.
  • Acceptance. You recognize what you can’t control, accept it and move on to tackle the things you can control.

But think about this: Would you rather continue blaming someone or something for a circumstance that might actually be within your control to better? Or at least within your control to work around? Becoming your own online business owner will totally change the way you think about things. The mindset shift is exciting, challenging and very much within your reach. Lose the fear and believe in yourself and don’t look back.

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6 Strategies to Overcome the Fear of Failure

6 Strategies to Overcome Your Fear of Failure

Fear of FailureHonestly, is fear of failure in anything we do in our lives, the end of the world. I don’t think so. Failure is a learning experience and odds are with most people they will not fail without getting something out of it. That’s not to say failure may not happen again, but it may manifest in another experience, another learning experience. So don’t sweat the Fear of Failure, it makes you better every time you try.

Here are 6 strategies to help you stop your fear of failure sucking the life out of you, and use it to succeed:

1. Accept yourself

When you fight something you give it power, and trying to control your fear will make it stronger. Instead, when you feel it, close your eyes and look inwards. Use a little acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Stop judging and start feeling and observing what’s happening in your body.

Detach yourself slightly from what’s going on and just observe what you feel and where you feel it. Is it a cold lump in your stomach? Is it pressure in your head? If you do this for a minute or two you’ll feel a sense of calm acceptance, and the power will deflate. With practice, you’ll begin to think “that’s just my fear of failure”, and be able to move on.

2. Control your thoughts

We all have random, crazy thoughts that pop into our minds from time to time but we dismiss them because they’re really wacky. The problem is that we don’t do the same for more reasonable, but unhelpful thoughts.

The next time you get one of those thoughts defuse it so you can let it go. Pretend you’re dealing with an unhelpful teenager and tell it, “Thanks, mind”, then move on to a more positive thought.

This also helps if you start thinking “I can’t do this”. You can simply thank your mind for the thought and then consciously ask yourself “HOW can I do this?” Changing the statement to a question will put your brain into a problem-solving mode so you’re more likely to come up with solutions.

3. Find your triggers

Do certain situations trigger negative thoughts and feelings? Maybe checking your Facebook feed is discouraging because everyone seems so successful. Maybe being around certain people makes you feel inadequate.

If you notice patterns like this then take steps to stop doing those things, or being around those people. If you can’t stop immediately, take steps to withdraw. For example, if your job gets you down and you can’t leave immediately, put an exit strategy in place. Start an active campaign to leave the workplace and begin something new.

Taking the steps to get out of negative situations will give you a feeling of control, and boost your confidence.

4. Believe in yourself

Feeling overwhelmed by your goals? Convinced you’re not good enough to take on the world? Try focusing on the here and now. Pay attention to little things you can achieve today and ignore the big picture for now.

Long-term plans can overwhelm everyone, the trick is to make sure it doesn’t immobilize you. Focus on the piece of the project that you can achieve now. Believe that you’ll be ready for each step as it arrives.

5. Appreciate yourself

Start an appreciation diary. This is similar to a gratitude diary but different. Each day list three or more things that you’re proud of. This is a place to note all the things you’ve done well – a way of congratulating yourself.

Practice patting yourself on the back, to reinforce the things you’re pleased about and you’ll start to feel stronger and more successful.

“The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate.” – Oprah Winfrey

6. Question the ‘signs’

Don’t wonder if the universe is trying to send you a ‘sign’. Things are what they are – we add meaning that’s often not there. The weird thing is that we don’t do it over the day to day stuff. If your favorite coffee shop is closed for renovations you don’t think it’s a sign that you should give up coffee.

You just go somewhere else for coffee. So apply the same mindset to other setbacks you experience. Don’t think of them as a sign from the universe.

There is a plot twist in your story, not a sign you’re on the wrong path. Ignore them and stick to your dreams.

Use these tools and release your fear of failure and start your path to success today. I know that you can do it. I BELIEVE in you, and so do you. Failure is NOT an option, it is a choice. What do you choose?

How has the fear of failure stopped you? How do you get past your fear? Only you can decide your fate, and the rest of the world moves forward……?

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