Day 229 | Your Job Making You Feel Like A Bad Person?

Day 229 | Your Job Making You Feel Like A Bad Person?

Do not give your time, energy, and dedication to an employer who does not know how to treat you with at least dignity and respect. A toxic work environment can make you forget how talented and qualified you actually are. I’ve witnessed it again and again. Do not let a “bad fit” at a company make you believe that you are a bad person. I’ve had to help employees leave companies in order to find a better fit for themselves—a place where they can actually thrive. If you are going through this situation now, just understand that as soon as you can walk away and clear your mind of the toxic clutter of this current job, you will again remember who you really are. Once you correct the distorted perception you have about yourself, your confidence and esteem will return. And this is major. Because you spend so much time on a job, the low esteem you feel there can leak into other areas of your life and start affecting your thoughts of who you are in general. No one needs to experience that.  This job isn’t letting you be great? So, find one that will. There are too many career opportunities out here that no one should ever feel locked in to a job that does not serve them. Life it too short for that. You deserve more. Go out and get more.

#KeepGoing, #KeepGrowing, #KeepGlowing

Sending you Love and Light,
Jennifer Tardy
IDE Career Success Coach




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