Start Looking for Another Job If….

If these situations start happening at your job…then it’s time to look for another career opportunity

Situations like…
1. Teaching other people (new or old) in your department your primary and secondary duties of the job

2. Your workload has decreased significantly

3. The timeline for established assignments has decreased

4. Request for documented daily activities in 15/30/60 minute increments to be sent to your manager over a specified period of time.

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How to Get a Job While You Still Have One – 3 Strategies To Use Discreetly

So, you’re thinking about quitting your job. I get it – it’s hard to be passionate about your work when you spend most of your day feeling drained and uninspired. But before you make any rash decisions, there are a few things you should consider. Quitting your job without having another one lined up can be risky, especially in today’s economy. Here are a few tips on how to get a job while still keeping the one you have.

So, you’re thinking about quitting your job. I get it – it’s hard to be passionate about your work when you spend most of your day feeling drained and uninspired. But before you make any rash decisions, there are a few things you should consider. Quitting your job without having another one lined up can be risky, especially in today’s economy. Here are a few tips on how to get a job while still keeping the one you have.So, you’re thinking about quitting your job. I get it – it’s hard to be passionate about your work when you spend most of your day feeling drained and uninspired. But before you make any rash decisions, there are a few things you should consider. Quitting your job without having another one lined up can be risky, especially in today’s economy. Here are a few tips on how to get a job while still keeping the one you have.

So, you’re unhappy with your current job and you’re ready to move on. But finding a new job can be a full-time job in itself, and you can’t exactly quit your old job before you have a new one lined up. So how can you find the time to job hunt while still holding down your current gig?

Here are a few tips:

1. Set aside some time each day to job hunt. Even if it’s just 30 minutes, this will help you make progress without feeling overwhelmed. Don’t let your boss catch you slacking off. If you’re spending too much time on your personal laptop during work hours, your boss is bound to notice. So try to do most of your job hunting during your lunch break or after work.

2. Save 1-3 Paid Time Off (PTO) or Vacation days to use for interviews. You never know how long an interview will last and it may impede on your work day significantly, so it is always best to be prepared with using your requested paid days off for interviews.

3. Keep your job search confidential and private. There’s no need to tell your manager(s), supervisor(s) co-workers that you’re looking for a new job. It could backfire quickly! Only notify your direct leader AFTER YOU HAVE SECURED A VIABLE OFFER THAT PAYS YOU MORE MONEY! Not only is it none of their business until the appropriate time. You must be strategic with how you maneuver this process. Unfortunately, you have some petty leaders (managers, supervisors or directors) who will terminate you just because they find out you are looking for other opportunities before you are ready to let the job go.

The job search process can be daunting, but it’s important to remember that you have options. While it may seem like your only choice is to quit your current job and start fresh, there are other ways to go about things. If you need additional help navigating the job search process or want someone to talk to who understands what you’re going through, connect with me here. I would be happy to offer my support and advice. Good luck in your job search!

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Want to Quit your job?

Listen awesome folks….I understand what you are going through with your current job. It is not fulfilling or rewarding….man if it wasn’t for those obligations waiting for you at home, you would’ve quit long time ago! Trust me, I completely understand how you feel right now. I know you are this close to QUITTING and telling that “boss” of yours to go “fly a kite”….but….

Before you give them a piece of your mind and all the emotions with it, please do these four things before you leave…

1. Discover what you really want to out if your career. It’s always best to transition with a plan. If you don’t have a plan at all, check out my FREE Resource to help you figure out your next steps in your career.

2. Create you strategic career plan. An extremely wise person one quoted, “if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail”. More truthful words have never been spoken! Since you are at your wits end with this crazy job and may need more one-on-one help with your career transition, go ahead and schedule your career strategy session where I will work with you to get your systematic plan for your next enjoyable career opportunity.

3. Take MASSIVE Action on your career plan by networking & applying for jobs. JUST DO IT!

4. If you execute #3, then you will land interviews…get fully prepared with my resource where you can professionally prepare to handle your upcoming interviews like a true BOSS!

If you have any general career-oriented questions or concerns, please reach out via voicemail or email here and I will return your voicemail and/or email within 24 hours.