Career Development Weekly 6.01.14

You spend a significant amount of your week at work. It takes not only your time but requires the use of your skills and talents. In addition, you have dreams, goals, and obligations tied to your career. Throughout the course of your career path there will be jobs that inspire you and bring out your very best performance and jobs that only feel adequate and provide stability. Along the way you may feel that you are stuck in a rut or that your job, and possibly your career, no longer seems exciting for you or you don't seem to have any enthusiasm about it. At times you could use a pick-me-up to sustain your self-motivation and the five strategies provided will help to rejuvenate you or provide a much needed change of perspective.

Ebb and Flow of Careers

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