It is natural and normal to regret the past. Whether you are job seeking, changing careers, or wanting a promotion, it’s normal to regret career decisions of the past.
Blog by - The Career Passion® Coach
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A client recently told me that she stayed three years in an abusive work relationship because her 85-year-old father told her she couldn’t afford to leave.
Yes, three years with a toxic boss who made her feel small, called her stupid to her face and called out fictitious “mistakes” in front of others. There’s no other word for this behavior: Abuse. And abuse has no place in the workplace.
As the year draws to a close and we find ourselves caught up in the whirlwind of holiday shopping and planning, it’s time to put the brakes on and stop to reflect. Remember that the most precious gift we can give to others doesn't come wrapped in shiny paper and bows.
So, we all know Tom Cruise is a total legend. Well, he's back in the latest "Mission: Impossible" flick, "Dead Reckoning Part One," and he's absolutely killing it! This guy's dedication to his craft is off the charts, and I can't help but admire him. I mean, he's 61 and still doing his own crazy stunts without any CGI!
Talk about commitment and passion for what he does! What if you used Tom’s dedication in your own job search?
It's been quite a rollercoaster ride for me in the past year, and I wanted to share my story of ups and downs with you. Buckle up!
Picture this: Last year, I was enjoying a fantastic vacation in Alaska when fate had other plans for me. I slipped, fell, and broke my hip. Ouch! But hey, thanks to my healthy habits, I bounced back after surgery and even nailed my physical therapy.