Worry Quotes (753 quotes)
Stop worrying so much about the long-term
Many of them were written by people who were clearly desperate to plan out the next decade of their career, or even their entire working life. As a result, they tended to feel anxious and even overwhelmed by the options available and the weight of the decisions in front of them. Might this be you? To people who feel this way, I have this advice: stop worrying so much about the long-term. A better idea, especially at the start of your career, is to make sure you get the next step right: focus on getting into a better position, and then worry about what comes next when more decisions arise.
I heard the above lament at a recent workshop of experienced professionals, and it neatly encapsulates one common mistake that job seekers make. Too many aspiring job seekers put off making a change because they are worried about choosing the wrong next job — even when the current job is itself a wrong fit. The status quo might be bad, but the unknown future could be even worse! Unfortunately, this fear of making the wrong decision is also a decision i. The energy you fritter away worrying is energy that could be better used on job search activity.
What will I do in the second half of my life? I don't want to waste it. Right now I have no real vision. This was part of an email I received from a client asking me to help map out a clear path for his future. In my response, I shared my mindset on facing the unknown.
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March 31, by Lou Blaser. People are talking about management looking to reorganize gasp , automate ugh , or outsource no kidding. All this is making you feel anxious and jittery about your career future. Gallup reports that roughly two-thirds of the global workforce are actively disengaged at work. And the work situations described above are among the common reasons why people feel the way they feel at work.
I t's a feeling that starts as a knot in your stomach and and rises through your body, stopping in a lump at the back of your throat. Worry — from everyday anxieties to full blown panic — is a feeling we all experience about a full range of problems. But for students there's one anxiety that comes back again and again: will I find a job when I graduate? For all the employability tips in the world, there's no escaping the fact that the prospect of leaving uni and finding a job can be scary. Worrying about getting a job is making many students unhappy. It's normal to be anxious about your future, and it's important to realise that you're not alone.
You can worry about everything, from how to smash your goals, to what may come in the next year. Especially when everywhere you turn, there are subtle hints to be the best version of yourself you can be. One thing that can increase your worrying, is planning your future too rigorously. It sounds great, but it can get overwhelming. Step back, remember to plan loosely!