Are You In The Wrong Job? Ask Yourself These 7 Key Questions:

Written by Michael Spremulli

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Do you hate your boss with a burning passion? Sure, everyone reading this will occasionally have disagreements with their bosses. This is different than actively hating your boss. If you constantly have mean and vicious thoughts about your boss, you will have a tremendous challenge being productive and feeling satisfied in your job.

Doesrepparttar mission ofrepparttar 126289 company fit your personal values? It is awfully difficult for you to be committed to your work when it conflicts with your personal values. For example: do you support protectingrepparttar 126290 environment, butrepparttar 126291 company you work for is a major polluter? You may despise firearms, but your company makes parts that are used inrepparttar 126292 manufacturing of handguns. A constant conflict of values can be difficult, if not impossible, to tolerate for long periods of time.

Do you feel valued as an employee? EVERYONE needs to feel valued as an employee. Unfortunately, companies and managers often lose sight of this. Ask yourself whenrepparttar 126293 last time was that you were complimented for a job well done. Does your boss or management appreciate your loyalty and dedication? If you do not feel valued, chances are that you will become de-motivated and adopt a “dorepparttar 126294 minimum to get by” attitude.

These questions are intended to be a catalyst for you. If you do not like your answers to these questions, ask yourself one more -- what can YOU to do improve your situation at work? Remember, if your work life is not what you want it to be, you arerepparttar 126295 only one who can takerepparttar 126296 action necessary to make it better.

================================== Aboutrepparttar 126297 author: Michael Spremulli holds a Master’s degree in psychology and is a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst. He isrepparttar 126298 host of For more information contact:

Michael Spremulli 2001 Hammock Drive Valdosta, GA 31602 229) 257-0665

Michael Spremulli (a.k.a. the Chief Happiness Officer) is president of The Chrysalis Corporation and host of the website. His extensive background in psychology and human behavior has positioned him as a sought after speaker and corporate consultant. Michael and his firm specialize in helping companies hire, manage, and motivating employees and creating a happy and productive workplace.

Self-Acceptance, Growth and Learning

Written by Robert Elias Najemy

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Growth is a natural instinctual need. Scientists have discovered that when a person learns something new, this createsrepparttar excretion of endomorphines and other positively reinforcing chemicals inrepparttar 126283 brain. Learning brings pleasure, when it is natural and not connected to fear of rejection and failure.

But there are yet other motives for action and growth, and these are love andrepparttar 126284 need for creativity. We need to love and to create, just as we need to sleep and eat. These are basic needs, even if they are higher onrepparttar 126285 need-hierarchy scale.

Thus, even if we do not have self-rejection or dissatisfaction as a motivating force, we will always have love and creativity as motivating forces to grow, create and produce.

Let us grow naturally without fear or self-doubt.

We are all inrepparttar 126286 first grade ofrepparttar 126287 school of spiritual growth.

But we need to prepare ourselves to be inrepparttar 126288 second grade next year, andrepparttar 126289 thirdrepparttar 126290 year after and ?..

(Adapted fromrepparttar 126291 "The Psychology of Happiness" by Robert Najemy available at and This book and other writings can be viewed at where you can also download FREE articles and e-books.)

Robert Elias Najemy is the author of over 600 articles, 400 lecture cassettes on Human Harmony and 20 books, which have sold over 100,000 copies. He is the Founder and director of the Center for Harmonious Living in Greece with 3700 members. His book The Psychology of Happiness; ISBN 0-9710116-0-5 is available at and where you can view and download FREE articles and e-books.

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