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Five situations when you shouldn't change
« on: November 10, 2013, 11:14:47 PM »
1. You hate your boss. This is not a problem with your career. Get better at managing your boss to get the treatment you want.

2. You want more prestige. Get a therapist – you're having a confidence crisis, not a career crisis. Prestige is a hollow goal when it comes to careers. The quest for interesting, fun, rewarding work is one thing, but the quest for fame is, in fact, bad for you emotionally.

3. You want to meet new people. Try going to have a cricket match, or weekend tour. Is the problem that you are not able to make friends in your industry? It would have to be a pretty small industry for this to not be your own, social problem as opposed to an industry-wide problem. Be honest with yourself: Maybe what you really want is to get a life. Pick up a hobby.

4. You want more meaning in life. A job does not give life meaning. And anyway, people have been searching for the meaning of life forever. It's a highly disputed topic, and probably too charged an issue to lay on your career.

5. You want more happiness. Your job does not control your happiness, your mind does. Here's good news, though: You can give your mind a happier disposition by meditating.
Sanjoy Bachar Sanju
BSc. & MSc. in Physics
Shahjalal University of Science & Technology,Sylhet
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Bangladesh Skill Development Institute(BSDI)
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