Don’t Know What I Want, But I Know It’s Not This by Julie Jansen

By Julie Jansen

A disturbingly huge variety of buyers are unsatisfied with their paintings. during this worthwhile e-book, occupation trainer Julie Jansen addresses this work-dissatisfaction epidemic. utilizing profession review quizzes and character routines, Jansen is helping readers comprehend their current paintings or profession scenario, realize the kind of paintings for which they're most suitable, and find out how to create the adjustments they want. choked with real-life examples and together with an invaluable source part, this consultant offers the foundation and information to enforce optimistic occupation swap.

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Add the total of scores for questions 5 and 6. _____ This is your score for Managing Relationships. Add the total of scores for questions 7 and 8. _____ This is your score for Maintaining Motivation. Add the total of scores for questions 9 and 10. _____ This is your score for Goal Orientation. Add the total of scores for questions 11 and 12. _____ This is your score for Professional Commitment. WHAT DO YOUR SCORES MEAN? Self-confidence If your score for self-confidence is 6 or below, you may be feeling as if you have no value in your work, or you are not appreciated by your employer.

Here’s a simple analogy: If you invite friends over for a home-cooked dinner, you need to know exactly what ingredients to use in preparing the meal. When you throw in just any old ingredients, your guests will leave hungry and disappointed because the food you cooked tasted awful. Your values, personality traits, attitudes, and abilities are all like the ingredients of a recipe. Without knowing what they are, you will find it difficult to use these ingredients to help you create nourishing work.

Happiness: feeling or showing pleasure and satisfaction, contentment and well-being, joy or cheerfulness. ■ Harmony: feeling inner calm and tranquillity. ■ Health: optimal functioning of body, mind, and spirit. ■ Helping others: giving assistance, support, and aid to others. ■ Independence: self-reliance; freedom from the influence, guidance, or control of others. ■ Integrity: strict personal honesty; firm adherence to a moral code. ■ Leadership: guiding, motivating, or directing others. ■ Learning: acquiring knowledge and satisfying curiosity.

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