Thoughts that produce positive emotions emit high vibrations; thoughts that produce negative emotions emit low vibrations and make work a whole lot harder than it has to be. As energy, our thoughts produce vibrations that go out into the Universe – the workplace, the organization, the marketplace, the community – and attract more of the same or similar experiences back to us. Like attracts like and thus “what is” tends to continue to be. This the reason that for some, the better it gets the better it gets while others stay stuck on that proverbial hamster wheel with never enough of what is needed most.
What’s your workplace vibe? Do you think it is affecting the individuals associated with your business and your organization’s overall performance? You can tell what your workplace vibe is by how it feels and by what’s going on in your workplace. Take a look at just a few examples of high and low vibrations at work… Read More
Great article and questions that help you dig a little deeper into your purpose. Ultimately, our purpose is joy. Your job is to determine what brings you the most joy in life and to then follow the path that leads in that direction.
If you’re unhappy at work, frustrated because you can’t find that perfect job or angry at co-workers or bosses who are ruining your life at work, I have some wisdom to share…You’re looking for “love” in all the wrong places.
Our happiness at work, and everywhere else in life, is 100% dependent on what we think about ourselves and whatever is going on in our current experience. Being happy is a choice that we make every moment of every day. The challenge is becoming aware of our thoughts and then consciously choosing thoughts that cause us to feel better about ourselves and our work.
Here are some simple things YOU can do to bring more joy and happiness into your work experience: Read More
Chances are, no matter what your current job is, you have the opportunity to fulfill your calling right now. Many of us think that a “calling” is about a specific job or profession, and sometimes this is true. For instance, most artists – from musicians and writers to wood workers and painters – feel that they are called and well equipped (meaning they have the talent) to do and be that. I have always felt that these people are truly blessed to know exactly what brings joy to their hearts and to be able to then monetize it. For the rest of us “differently” talented individuals, our callings are a bit more elusive and can take us half a lifetime to figure out. It doesn’t have to be this way though.
Our calling, or purpose, unfolds throughout our lives. It even changes depending upon our experiences and the opportunities that we dive into along the way. Our calling evolves just as we do over the course of our lives.
So what if you’re in an ordinary job, surrounded by ordinary people? Read More
The greatest danger related to looking for a new job while you’re currently employed in a job you hate (for whatever reason) is that you are very likely to end up right back in the same situation, just at a different location with different characters. Why? Because like attracts like, and your negative energy cannot attract anything but similar people and experiences into your life.
Emotions are energy in motion. They create a vibration that emits from you out into the universe. If you are angry, your vibration takes on an angry “frequency.” Just like a radio… Read More
Probably the greatest frustration for job seekers is not hearing back from employers when they apply, email their resumes, send cover letters, leave voicemail messages and EVEN after interviewing. I totally get it, and your frustration is justified. However…your frustration is not serving you, and most employers are unlikely to change their current practices (at least, not any time soon). So, what can YOU do to avoid the employer’s black hole?
80% of job offers originate with some sort of connection to the employer. It could be a currernt employee or someone who has worked there in the past. These people are connected to other people at other workplaces, in the community and to their own circles of friends and family. And some of them are connected to you. Read More
The Interview is about determining fit for both the employer AND the job seeker. The employer must decide if the candidate possesses the skills, experience, aptitude, mindset and personality considered important, if not required, to be successful in the position, department and organization as a whole. As the job seeker, it is YOUR responsibility to decide if the job, department, organization and culture are a fit for YOU. Otherwise, you are leaving your success with the organization to chance and risking re-entering job search mode in the not-too-distant future. Here are 3 questions to help you gain insight into whether the job, department and organization are a good fit for you: Read More
This is an excellent article for hiring managers, recruiters and the long term unemployed. If you have been out of work for a while, you definitely need a story to tell interviewers about how you have used your time during this period. It doesn’t matter whether you have used it to gain new skills, dabble in self-employment, volunteer your strengths and passions, or catch up on projects around the house. What matters is that you are positive about your life in general and that you have used your time “productively.” Read More
My two cents…This is the “age of accountability.” Any information on the Internet is free game to employers AND to job seekers. Both parties should utilize all resources available when considering fit and making long term employment decisions.
Advice to job seekers:
Great article and stats from Recruiting Trends…