Early in our careers, we all made decisions about our personal and professional lives that matched what we needed at that time. However, because the routine catches up with us, we often fail to re-evaluate what we want and we find ourselves anchored in the consequences of decisions made long ago and the gap is sometimes widening between them and our aspirations in the present.
The gap between the professional from our beginnings and the one we have become
As the gap grows between the person we were at the beginning of his career and the one we are today, we lose in direction, direction, and movement the goals of yesterday have been achieved, Have not fixed others:
By convenience or by facility: things go pretty well, they follow their course, we are lazy to question them.
By guilt: after all, society, the media tell us: we have everything to be happy, right? Because we have not thought of it: the obligations of our lives give us little perspective, height or depth of field in relation to ourselves, to that person whom we have become, to our needs, to our desires. Anchored in the image of the person we were when we made these decisions, we stay away from our own evolution, unconscious of it. The need to redefine socially and professionally: • Ignoring changes in our professional needs and aspirations is a denial of oneself.
In reality, when we satisfy a need, a priority aspiration, the one hidden behind it begins to manifest itself. And to complicate matters, we are too much inclined to silence all those that do not correspond to the aspirations in conformity The company
Leveraging existing resources:
what makes sense to us is often stifled by the demands of everyday life because we have difficulty recognizing our room for maneuver, the unsuspected resources we have to shape our personal and professional lives.
We put our need for meaning in our pocket, self-persuading us that these concerns are selfish and futile; Only the need for meaning and self-realization are an integral part of basic needs, which means that neglect will eventually catch up with us sooner or later and be expressed by stress (boredom at work).
The resources to define what makes sense for us and act to fulfill our aspirations are already within us and are most often killed by a strong sense of lack of self-confidence. It is by going to explore the resources already present, the exploitation of which is most often fluid and fun, that we find vectors for improvement in accordance with the aspirations present while allowing ourselves to express aspirations. A vocational retraining is a jubilant impulse to a job whose meaning has simply been lost sight of. Job pleasure is now recognized as a lasting source of motivation and self-efficacy And professional, since the satisfaction of our needs is our main driver.
EVALUATION: a reflection to reconnect with pleasure at work:
Do you feel locked into relational patterns that rot your interactions?
Do you feel pained to make yourself heard?
Do you have any relational and / or organizational difficulties that make you feel bad?
Are you not satisfied at work, without wanting to change?
Are you looking for ways to reconnect with pleasure at work?
Do you aspire to make sense in your professional life?
The objectives of this evaluation are:
Build the capacity to feed on existing pleasure and generate it, building on your tastes, talents and values.
Put pleasure to the service of your personal and professional efficiency.
Reinforce the confidence and the assurance that will allow you to evolve in your work dynamism and serenity.
Clean your professional environment to make it more enjoyable
improve your relationships and communication, for more satisfaction in
building interactions and maintain an affirmation of you healthy and serene, devoid of power play
you set out through actions To implement the changes needed to improve your existing business situation.
The concept of mental vitamins
Allows to develop a dynamic and serene mindset at the same time, which relies on self-esteem, the ability to experience pleasure and to reap the benefits and the ability to satisfy his professional needs.
Having fun in his work is fun and it reduces the feeling of constraint and obligation. What we do with pleasure seems to us much easier and more fluid than what we do reluctantly.
– Kizzy Wadi