Manufacture Your Day by CHOOSING YOUR LIFE DIRECTION
If you have been reading my blog for a while, you may realize that my daily messages are intended to
- inform and
- make you think.
What will it be today?
Life is short. It is important to be mindful of how you show up at work. It doesn’t matter if you are the business owner, CEO, President or a Manager, Supervisor, Employee, or Worker, the attitude and the energy you bring to your job matter.
If you don’t like what you do and just show up to make money, I assume that you could probably improve on living a healthier, happier and more fulfilling life.
If you don’t enjoy what you do, it is highly unlikely that you have the drive to get to the next level.
It’s as simple as that.
A few years ago, my husband Adrian resigned from his job. He didn’t resign because he worked for a bad company. He also didn’t resign because he didn’t like the people at his workplace.
I clearly remember how excited he was many years ago when he landed this job as a project engineer.
So, what happened from then until now?
The secret to life is progress.
Adrian left the company he was working for because there was no more job satisfaction. He felt that he had more to offer to the world than populating excel spreadsheets and taking on work that just wasn’t fulfilling his needs.
He is a fantastic athlete, an award-winning speaker and he enjoys working with and for people. It was time to make a change.
Isn’t it so sad that people so rarely hear what value they bring to the team and how much they are appreciated until it is too late?
There is something very important to remember. If people feel stuck in routine tasks, which add unnecessary stress to their life and are not allowed to have a voice and to add true value to the organization as a whole, disengagement is on the horizon. It is easy for them to get lost in the day-to-day routine and become someone who just lives on autopilot with the simple goal to survive week after week.
Many people feel they have no choice because they have a mortgage to pay and a family to support. If they are frustrated, will they be at their best to contribute to their employer? Probably not. It’s a lose-lose situation.
I encourage you to answer these 3 questions:
- How will my life be 5 years from now if I continue doing what I am doing today?
- Am I living a lifestyle that promotes physical and mental well-being?
- What would I do if I weren’t afraid?
Life is too short to live on autopilot.
What do you think?
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Food for Thought:
How often have you accepted the limitations other people put on you?
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