Why Do We Stay At Jobs We Hate? The Power Of Choice
If you #hate your job...💔 then join tomorrow's virtual Chat & Learn.
Why Do We Stay At Jobs We Hate? The Power Of Choice!
Every choice you make brings you closer (or farther) away from where you want to be in life, especially when you chose to stay in a situation that makes you unhappy.
How can you access this untouched power choice? Join this live, virtual Q&A with Jessica Thiefels, Founder and CEO of Jessica Thiefels Consulting, who's harnessed this power which has helped her move across the country, build a thriving business, and travel the world!
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💔 Is it worth it to stay at a job you are struggling with (mentally and emotionally) but have a financial incentive to stay for 2 years?
💔 How to cope with the lack of energy, low morale and low spirits that come from enduring a difficult work environment?
💔 What advice do you have for a 61-year-old? Everyone is telling me to stick it out until I retire but what if I don't want to retire?
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