The Importance of Planting
The other day I had a very interesting conversation with a client of mine. She was telling me about her job and all the stress she has been feeling lately. She said she is always exhausted by the end of the day due to all of the stress. She went on to tell me that anytime she tells her boss about something new she is going to try, her boss squashes the idea.
My client Robin( not her real name ) said that her boss said things like " don't think you're special, other people here are contributing too." The more Robin spoke about her boss and the lack of support she was getting from her co-workers, the more it became evident that she was " planted" in the wrong place.
I am discovering a lot more people are planted in the wrong place and do not even realize it. Like Robin many folks think that if " they" change then their results will be different in their environment. But what I know is this, it is of little use to constantly re-invent yourself when it is not being appreciated. There is only one thing that should be done at this point. And that is to take a good look around and assess the environment you are in.
If the environment is not conducive to continued growth and there is little incentive to improve upon what you are already doing, then you might want to consider planting yourself in" richer" soil. You see, regardless of how long you have been in a position that has a financial gain, there should always be a new goal to reach.Something that will spark your enthusiasm to explore new things to try.
When you find yourself at a crossroads and need help getting " planted" in firm soil, it is time to call me. I can help you to assess where you are and where you want to go !! You can reply to this post or go to www.jacquisenn.com and fill out a form to set up a free call.