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  • marketing — Career Life Coaching
    business She states Here you are exploding with this fantastic brilliant creative idea that you want the world to know about and beat a path to your door How can you possibly spend time on marketing and turn your idea into an art form at the same time The answer is to use social media to get the word out Those people who are listening are following you are your supporters and will buy your product I asked her to give some specific benefits to using social media and she shared the following Increases traffic to your website Improves your search engine optimization SEO Better SEO being found more sales 93 of all purchasing decisions start with an online search Amplifies your message through word of mouth Communicates with and engages your fans Suggested channels Facebook Twitter Blogging YouTube Spreads your content beyond your locality You have the potential to attract potential customers world wide Whether you are thinking about starting a business wanting to expand your marketing or just want to share your latest pictures with others social media can maximize your efforts Janis would be happy to be of service Please contact her for a complimentary consultation Oh and if you haven t already done so get your hands on The 100 Startup Filed Under Featured Starting a Business Tagged With creativity marketing social media Starting a Business Yes Send me the e course Email Career Jumpstart Career Jump Start Save 100 Now is a good time to assess where you are in your career and in your life Are you happy fulfilled and feeling appreciated for your efforts at work If not don t let more time go by doing work that isn t satisfying You CAN have fulfilling work Here s how Career Jumpstart 90 Minutes

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  • meditation — Career Life Coaching
    book like a hole in the head Beliefs are just opinions that we develop loyalty to so that we can pretend that the world has at least a modicum of predictability Doing so helps us feel safe Ironically we sometimes fight to defend our beliefs creating anything but a safe situation so true Taming Your Gremlin is both playful and powerful It emphasizes self inquiry and self acceptance as the keys to higher awareness If you are looking for liberation from your inner critic check out this book And come on back and visit this blog I m sure I ll post more on Gremlin Taming as I go through the tele course Here is the author s website tamingyourgremlin com In relationship to your spotlight of awareness you can be a passenger or a driver a victim or a participant a pawn or a player You choose Not once and for all but in each moment of your precious life Rick Carson Filed Under Featured Self Development Tagged With attitude book review empowerment meditation self actualization Life Appreciation Through Comics May 22 2009 by Dee Relyea Every morning I start the day with an herbal tea or an occasional cup of coffee and the comics in the paper Monday morning I came across the following from Pooch Cafe in which two dogs were watching a third chase a butterfly in the park Why is that dog so happy He s not happy he is appreciating He s at the end of the world s largest retractable leash and the handle slipped out of his master s hand and is hurtling toward him He s now appreciating all the little things in life he took for granted It s actually a valuable lesson In a way we re all at the end of retractable leashes that have slipped out of our masters hand This is a striking metaphor and particularly pertinent to me as over the weekend my only aunt Sis was pulled back home by the master s leash Sis was my father s sister hence the nickname Anne as she was known to everyone else was an artist who lived in Greenwich Village in NYC during the heyday of the early 60 s In addition to being a masterful painter of modern art she was a fabulous photographer Her work can be found in the pages of old Book of Knowledge encyclopedias she is listed as the Art Editor on the cover pages of most volumes In the last five years of her life Sis found great peace and serenity while living in a spiritual community with like minded others She thrived there in the natural landscape of rural North Carolina where all of the community members worked together to tend the grounds prepare organic meals with the locally grown produce and share in the stillness of daily meditations Although her health and peace of mind improved dramatically in her time there she could not reverse congestive heart

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  • mind — Career Life Coaching
    draw a horizontal line At one end is the future at the other the past In the center of the line make a circle and write in the word NOW Start with your finger on the circle and simply observe your thoughts for 5 minutes Every time you realize you are thinking about the future move your finger on the scale Do the same thing when you realize you are thinking about the past Don t try to stop the thoughts just observe how your mind wanders in time 2 Focus your senses Pick up an object you find interesting and study it for 5 minutes Really look at it touch it observe every detail of color weight shape even whether or not it has an odor This is one method to bring you into the present moment It offers the additional benefit of increasing your power of sensory perception 3 Set wake up calls When I was in grad school I was also a student in The Fourth Way work which was based on the teachings of G I Gurdjieff One of the most interesting homework assignments we were given was called the doorway exercise Every time you pass through a doorway say to yourself I am here now When you realize you have sailed through a doorway without remembering your statement in essence being on autopilot or asleep at the switch go back through the doorway and say it While it may not be practical to actually go back through every doorway for instance exiting an airplane it is remarkable to see how often we are unaware All these moments of mindfulness add up You start to realize how much of life you ve missed because you have been riding around on your own thought train Increase your

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  • Passions — Career Life Coaching
    kudos to the artist How can we bring this joy this sense of fun and being present into our daily work lives A good place to start is by looking at your situation with new eyes Here are some questions to consider Does your work environment support you or deplete you Are you doing work you enjoy and find satisfying Do you feel valued and appreciated at work by peers and management If freedom and flexibility are important values for you does your current work provide these Think of play as an activity in which you are fully present enjoying the moment feeling free valued and appreciated by the other players Whether you work for somebody else or are self employed there are ways to bring more playfulness into your life For starters if your work environment doesn t support you change it This is easier to do if you are the boss but even as am employee there are often options to personalize your work situation Would you be more comfortable and potentially more productive with an ergonomic chair or an office with a window How about suggesting flex time or job sharing to balance your work and leisure time What are you passionate about Can you create a livelihood doing things you are passionate about See The 100 Startup for guidance on this Is there a way to bring passion into your work If you work with a team do you mutually appreciate and value the other players What might you do to contribute to the well being of co workers What needs to happen in order for you to have more fun at work to feel energized and yes playful Sometimes it is as simple as shifting your perspective and changing your attitude Work and play are words used to describe the same thing under differing conditions Mark Twain Filed Under Featured Finding Your Passion Tagged With appreciation attitude awareness balance job Passions play values work Let Your Passion Fuel Your Work March 1 2012 by Dee Relyea When you enjoy the nature of your work your potential for true career fulfillment skyrockets positioning you for greater success In reality many people are not in work they love but in jobs that they need simply to pay the bills They diligently move through their work week doing what needs to be done to meet the required performance standard You know the scenario hanging onto a job even when you are burned out or yearn to be spending your precious hours focused in another direction You slog through your days and gaze eagerly at your weekends so that you can do the stuff you are passionate about The question is do you even have enough energy at the end of your day your week your long stint without a vacation to really enjoy your time off when you have it Can you keep working the day job week after week month after month year after year without something else in your life to energize you Probably not One of the recommendations I make to my clients is to identify what they are passionate about and then find a way to spend time on that passion To clarify what you are passionate about try to remember the last time you were really engaged in an activity that brought you joy made you feel exhilarated excited or energized The things that bring us to that place of feeling more alive or more in tune with our joy are our passions They feed us and give us energy rather than sapping it away We all have things we have to do in life that sap energy so we must balance them with things that create more energy for us One of my clients shared that she just didn t have enough juice at the end of the day to do anything but go home eat something and either zone into the TV or go to bed Susan is only 24 years old way too young to be feeling that way at the end of the day I asked her to think about the last time she felt really energized in her life She told me it was when she was acting in community theater three years ago Had she tried out for any parts since No she was too exhausted from working which is why she came to see me in the first place She figured she needed a new job Sometimes it is not the job it is the lack of balance in our life Susan needed to get in touch with her passion again She needed to feed the muse inside to get that fire going in her belly again to be excited and enthused about something in her life It was quite evident that just talking about her experience in the theater raised her energy level I swear her eyes sparkled and she became more animated as she talked She left our session with a spring in her step and a promise to start looking for play auditions Within a few weeks not only had she identified a play she was interested in she tried out and was cast in the lead role Even though the rehearsals required a two hour commute four days a week after work for months Susan persevered The very act of engaging in her passion fueled her through her work week I had the great joy of attending her play a few weeks ago and seeing her alight with joy as she masterfully applied her craft The play is now over but Susan is fired up to find more opportunities to act It doesn t need to be how she earns her living but it needs to be in her life She does administrative work and thought it was at odds with her passion Now she is looking at administrative positions within the arts media and entertainment communities Who knows she may find an admin position with a theater company and have an opportunity to expand her role What energizes you Identify it and do it Who knows a new career direction may evolve from your participation in YOUR passion If you want some help with this see 4 Ways to Discover Your Passions Filed Under Featured Finding Your Passion Tagged With balance career energy job Passions work Work Labor or Love September 5 2011 by Dee Relyea Work is it a labor of love Today is Labor Day in America It became a national holiday in 1894 when President Grover Cleveland reconciled with the labor movement following the deaths of workers during the Pullman Strike Fearing further conflict the bill was rushed through Congress a mere 6 days after the strike Much has changed in the workplace since then Now we largely look at Labor Day as the last weekend of summer and the kickoff of the football season a day off for fun and relaxation If we view this occasion as it was originally conceived it is a day to appreciate those in the workforce and celebrate employment I ask you do you feel celebratory at work Are you fully engaged and joyfully expressing your talents and skills Do you really like your job Are you appreciated and rewarded for your contributions Do you feel energized by the work you do Sadly I don t think the majority of workers would answer yes to these questions When my daughter graduated college she had a hard time being motivated to get that first job I asked her what came to mind when I said the word work She thought a minute and then said I get a picture of a sweaty bald guy in a warehouse pulling a huge chain My internal response was yikes she views work as drudgery Sadly I think many people view work from this perspective Happily my daughter now loves her work as a blogger freelance writer and social media consultant in Denver For many people a job is tied to the idea of being in servitude to get a paycheck I ve had coaching clients tell me they are miserable in their jobs but are locked into the golden handcuffs They feel they cannot leave their jobs for fear of losing health insurance and other benefits I ask them If you really can t leave your work can you find a way to be more satisfied with it What would happen if you shifted your perception and viewed work as a creative expression of yourself How might you bring your natural talents and skills into your work life Can you see how your work could then become a labor of love I believe that each and every one of us can find or create work that is inherently fulfilling If you are currently in a job consider how you can experience it with more joy Ask yourself What is one thing I can do this week to find more pleasure and satisfaction at work How can I make the best contribution to my workplace my co workers or my employer What can I change in my daily routine to make my job more interesting If you are looking at career options consider these questions What am I passionate about How might I express my passion through my work Is my work an expression of me Is the work I do in alignment with my value system What kind of work would energize me Who could utilize my natural talents skills education etc Where is there a need I can fill If you can t find a way to love the work you re with it s time to look elsewhere You might consider creative self employment starting a small business or a combination in income producing endeavors Remember you don t have to do a particular kind or work you have choice Follow the path of your potential and live the work you love Dee Filed Under Career Transition Featured Finding Your Passion Tagged With appreciation attitude career employment Passions values work Dream Careers are Like Butterflies April 4 2011 by Dee Relyea In our culture the mass media bombards us with the idea that there is a dream career or a perfect job out there for everyone I believe this is true but for many of us finding that ideal work situation can be like trying to catch a butterfly it always seems to be just beyond our reach You may spend years in school studying to become a you fill in the blank only to enter that career and discover it s not what you really want or worse that you just aren t good at it Some folks chase the money and plan their career trajectory based on what work yields the highest paycheck but even if they end up making the big bucks most don t report feeling they have the work of their dreams So the question is how do we discover what the perfect career for each of us is The keys to determining what might be fulfilling work for you are pretty simple 1 Identify what work tasks you both enjoy and do well 2 Identify work tasks that you don t like BUT do well 3 Identify work tasks you enjoy BUT don t do well 4 Identify work tasks that you both dislike and don t do well Here is a video explaining this further The challenge is that most people get stuck in jobs where they have several tasks that they do well but don t really enjoy In order for us to be fulfilled at work we need to be engaged doing things that we both are good at and therefore can be successful doing but that also connect us to our passions and have an intrinsic value to us This is what makes work truly fulfilling By identifying the things above you are taking the first step toward determining what the best work for you may be Bottom line you ll never find that dream job without first determining what you re naturally talented at and enjoy doing You must to be willing to take some risks in following your heart s desire for doing work you ll really enjoy You may need to take a less than perfect job to make ends meet while you return to school to increase your knowledge or get training to learn new skills You may experience criticism from friends family and colleagues if you decide to leave the mainstream and significantly change your career path You are the only one who truly knows what that great work will be and it won t be found in a job description written by someone else If you d like some support and resources to begin this process check out the exercises and inventories in my free Discover Your Calling e course Sign up on the top right of this page Filed Under Career Transition Finding Your Passion Videos Tagged With employment fulfillment Passions 4 Ways to Discover Your Passions February 14 2011 by Dee Relyea Passions excite us enliven our being and reflect our heart s desire Do you know what you are really passionate about Are your passions able to be expressed through the work you do How do we identify our passions For some their passion is ingrained in their being from birth They just know what they want to be when they grow up and find a way to live their life around what they are passionate about 1 Discovering your passion through just knowing from birth discover your passions My Dad for instance was fascinated with flying and spent his life in aviation first as a Navy pilot then as an aeronautical engineer with NASA When he retired he continued following his passion of flight and built an airplane in his garage It took him 7 years to plan and then build the plane and then another year to get healthy enough to fly it He was in his late 70 s by then and had to have cataract surgeries on both eyes before he was allowed to pilot his beloved little plane He really lived his life around his passion 2 Discovering your passion through an epiphany Sometimes life hands you the insight in an epiphany I ve heard many clients report a crisis of sorts prompted a sudden realization of what they wanted to do with their life I call this the wake up call It may be precipitated by a dramatic life event such as a losing a job going through a divorce or experiencing a serious illness or injury For me it was facing being downsized from my job as a recruiter in a staffing agency It was literally like a switch was flipped in my brain and I made the mental leap from guess I ll need to go look for another job to what if instead of looking for candidates to fill companies staffing needs I championed individuals and helped them find satisfying work that really fits their needs read more on my story on the About page 3 Discovering your passion through trial and error The third way to uncover our passion is by trial and error I think most people do this to some extent We take classes we have some interest in and explore various careers The process of trying out a variety of work situations can lead us to realizing what we do and do not find rewarding We may stumble into a great job or end up in a fulfilling occupation simply by circumstance and the process of elimination My daughter for instance studied a variety of subjects in college and ended up with a degree in cultural studies and comparative literature Not exactly a fast track to a solid career Over the next 5 years she worked in office administration retail sales taught karate became a licensed massage therapist was a tour guide and concluded that what she was really passionate about was being creatively self employed helping people tell their stories and throwing theme parties She now lives in Denver and happily juggles multiple income streams as a freelance writer editor social media consultant and wedding planner You don t have to pick just one occupation or career Keep experimenting until you find work that makes your heart sing 4 Discovering your passion through introspection When we respond to a yearning to have creative self expression to do work that is in alignment with our core values and beliefs we have begun the process of looking inward Conventional wisdom teaches us to go to school get a good job work hard and save enough money to someday retire However practical this path seems to be there may come a point in which our heart overrules our head and the sensible path is no longer enough for us We start to question the status quo we become restless anxious stressed or depressed We began to really want to be able to express our passions to work enlivened to be intrinsically in alignment with our deepest yearnings Responding to this call of the heart can be life changing Tama Kieves in her book This Time I Dance poignantly describes her experience of leaving her law practice in order to do pursue her love of writing She talks about searching for answers by reading self help books like she was in a library on fire and by challenging her own beliefs about the work she was supposed to do Today she is a successful author speaker and workshop presenter who inspires others to live their creative dreams Who knows what you might become what inspiring work you may do If you re in the looking inward process seeking to identify your passions and discover your natural talents one of my earlier posts may be helpful

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  • peace — Career Life Coaching
    expectations for your own performance Trying to have the Hallmark holiday with all the decorations just so homemade food beautifully wrapped gifts and a perfectly clean house for guests can put tremendous stress on you Prioritize your tasks and be realistic about your energy levels ha ha I have company arriving tomorrow and have given up the need to scrub the grout 1 Ask for help don t assume others will volunteer For instance with guests be aware that they likely have different traditions around holidays For instance their family stays out of the kitchen when mom or the designated chef is at work so it wouldn t occur to them to offer to help you cook You don t want to become a martyr or be perceived as one by doing it all and then begin to resent having company or doing the tasks you ve taken on 2 Be flexible weather travel conditions emergencies etc may come up and dash your plans Instead of getting stressed over it consider having a backup plan No plan Then just do your best to go with the flow rather than trying to make things turn out a certain way 3 Hold your boundaries allow yourself to just say NO If you are feeling overwhelmed don t take on more obligations What can you let go of to give yourself more time and energy Note to self I give myself permission to skip hand writing notes in holiday cards this year I am not staying up half the night this year to get cards in the mail in time 4 Let go of outmoded traditions Does your family have holiday traditions that may no longer be relevant but you continue them anyway I love the story about the gathered generations of women preparing a holiday ham One cuts both ends of the ham before placing it in the roasting pan The youngest says Mom why did you cut off both ends of the ham She answers because that is the way your grandmother always prepares it The little girl then went to her grandmother and asked the same question Her grandmother s response I had to because my pan was too small In my example it was a big deal to make loads of holiday treats participate in cookie exchanges and engage my kids in the process Now as a gluten free empty nester it doesn t make sense to do all that baking Create Peace and Joy 1 Do something for others Consider being a bell ringer for a couple of hours or volunteer to distribute food or toys for a non profit Put your personal holiday stress in perspective by helping those less fortunate 2 Take care of yourself If you have an exercise routine keep it up Nothing releases stress in the body better than exercise Watch what you eat and drink and try not to overindulge If you need a break from people take it One workshop participant

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  • play — Career Life Coaching
    enjoying being a freelance writer and social media consultant in Denver as I write this We are taught that we must strive for success and be our best and work hard to get ahead Well meaning parents teachers and other authority figures tell us to keep your nose to the grindstone and pay your dues and climb the ladder to success This doesn t sound like much fun to me Does this advice motivate you to go out there and get a job Surely there is a way to make a living and be happy at the same time a way to merge work and play What if we shift our perspective and start bringing a sense of playfulness into our jobs Wouldn t our workday be more pleasurable Absolutely Let s look at the concept of play As in this photo the children appear to be alive in the moment are having fun and seem to be exhilarated Considering they are sculptures that s kudos to the artist How can we bring this joy this sense of fun and being present into our daily work lives A good place to start is by looking at your situation with new eyes Here are some questions to consider Does your work environment support you or deplete you Are you doing work you enjoy and find satisfying Do you feel valued and appreciated at work by peers and management If freedom and flexibility are important values for you does your current work provide these Think of play as an activity in which you are fully present enjoying the moment feeling free valued and appreciated by the other players Whether you work for somebody else or are self employed there are ways to bring more playfulness into your life For starters if your work environment doesn t support you change it This is easier to do if you are the boss but even as am employee there are often options to personalize your work situation Would you be more comfortable and potentially more productive with an ergonomic chair or an office with a window How about suggesting flex time or job sharing to balance your work and leisure time What are you passionate about Can you create a livelihood doing things you are passionate about See The 100 Startup for guidance on this Is there a way to bring passion into your work If you work with a team do you mutually appreciate and value the other players What might you do to contribute to the well being of co workers What needs to happen in order for you to have more fun at work to feel energized and yes playful Sometimes it is as simple as shifting your perspective and changing your attitude Work and play are words used to describe the same thing under differing conditions Mark Twain Filed Under Featured Finding Your Passion Tagged With appreciation attitude awareness balance job Passions play values work Yes Send me the e course

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  • resolutions — Career Life Coaching
    So you didn t lose the weight get your dream job visit the Grand Canyon get a raise exercise more etc So what How important were those goals Are they still important to you What do I want to accomplish in 2015 Are there unfinished projects or goals from last year that you want to focus on going forward See 3 Are there new things you want to bring into your life or accomplish this year If you have a bucket list it may be time to take action What are you waiting for What is the benefit if I accomplish these goals What is the payoff to you personally How will your achieving these goals change your life other people the world Consider how achieving your goals will change your life Will you be happier Am I making my goal or resolution for myself or am I trying to please or impress someone else Answering this question requires us to be brutally honest with ourselves Often we make decisions based on how it will impact others in our lives It s good to consider this aspect but at the same time challenge your perception is it really your goal or is it someone else s goal for you Am I basing my goals resolutions on something I really want or something I truly need What is your primary motivation for seeking change Is it long term fulfillment or short term gratification What can I let go of that isn t supporting me We often put up with people possessions problems and situations that aren t serving us in a positive way What have you been tolerating that you can eliminate from your life Consider what needs to happen for you to live your life from a place of integrity

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  • self-actualization — Career Life Coaching
    the stories from the author s personal experience There are fill in the blank pages like a kid s Big Book of Fun to help the reader with self discovery In describing the acts we put on he uses such terms as Back to the Land Woodsman Red Hot Mama Pious Puritan Hard Rocker Damsel in Distress and Macho Man Have you met some of those folks Yeah me too Lots of pages have hand drawn illustrations most of which are quite humorous The definitions are clear and easy to understand Your Gremlin is the narrator in your head He has influenced you since you came into this world He s with you when you wake up in the morning and when you go to sleep at night He tells you who and how you are and he defines and interprets your every experience He wants you to accept his interpretations as reality and his goal from moment to moment day to day is to squelch the natural vibrant you within your Gremlin wants you to feel bad The Natural You is the one inside that miraculous mass of matter out of which you are now peering The natural me is inside my own body which is at this moment holding a pen From inside this aging sculpture of hair eyes teeth and limbs the natural me is writing the words Hello in there You just pulled in through your eyes the words Hello in there The natural you understands the essence of my words Your mind is busy making sense out of them Your Gremlin meanwhile is gnashing his teeth and screeching something like This is ridiculous or You re just going to get your hopes up and end up disappointed Nothing s going to change least of all you Or You need another self help book like a hole in the head Beliefs are just opinions that we develop loyalty to so that we can pretend that the world has at least a modicum of predictability Doing so helps us feel safe Ironically we sometimes fight to defend our beliefs creating anything but a safe situation so true Taming Your Gremlin is both playful and powerful It emphasizes self inquiry and self acceptance as the keys to higher awareness If you are looking for liberation from your inner critic check out this book And come on back and visit this blog I m sure I ll post more on Gremlin Taming as I go through the tele course Here is the author s website tamingyourgremlin com In relationship to your spotlight of awareness you can be a passenger or a driver a victim or a participant a pawn or a player You choose Not once and for all but in each moment of your precious life Rick Carson Filed Under Featured Self Development Tagged With attitude book review empowerment meditation self actualization From Chaos to Consciousness November 5 2009 by Dee Relyea One of the characteristics of my Myers Briggs type ENFP is that I thrive on possibilities While this is exciting and often leads to glorious bursts of creativity it also means that I frequently find myself awash with multiple interests and too many uncompleted projects This is also characteristic of Scanners as described in Barbara Sher s book Refuse to Choose In his post this morning Jonathan Fields asked are you building a body of work or a cornucopia of chaos My natural tendency toward pondering the possible rather than concentrating on the concrete leads me toward the chaotic side of the equation In explaining the difference between the two Jonathan listed several dichotomies here are a couple that hit home for me One is about progressive conscious building within a well defined area of interest the other is about bouncing to wherever the next perceived opportunity lies without regard to growth and consistency One is about being mindful present and proactive the other is about being disconnected frenetic and reactive I often find myself bouncing to perceived opportunities and being disconnected frenetic and reactive These tendencies inhibit productive work and lead to greater confusion Here s my take on how to handle it 1 Recognize what is happening When we run around trying to keep too many balls in the air at once we may think we are being productive when we are really just being way too busy When you find yourself being forgetful running late or struggling to keep track of everything you re doing too much 2 Stop look and listen When you notice you are in the midst of frenetic activity stop whatever you are doing look at your surroundings and listen to your breathing You will naturally shift into a moment of mindfulness From that place of centered awareness you can regain your perspective and chose a less chaotic path going forward As Jonathan reminds us powerful legacies rarely if ever occur in the form of scattershot piecemeal efforts cornucopias of chaos no matter how fun windswept or purposeful they seem when we re adrift with them When you find yourself moving into chaos what do you do to shift out of it Filed Under Self Development Tagged With creativity self actualization Entrepreneurship the Path to Ultimate Fulfillment October 9 2009 by Dee Relyea According to renowned psychologist Abraham Maslow our unfulfilled needs make themselves known through feelings of restlessness the person feels on edge tense lacking something When we feel this way we are motivated to act to fulfill those needs This is what propels us to make changes in our lives and to seek greater fulfillment in the things we do Many of us have felt this kind of restlessness in relation to our jobs and the work we do When you feel restless tense or on edge at work it may be a sign that you re not doing work that is fulfilling to you that you are not self actualized Self actualization is achieved when we

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