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Don’t Change Your Job, Change your Mindset

Ali Sharifi

People are spending more and more time at the “office.” We work insane hours in high stress, thankless environments. There is a certain rush of energy that comes with this type of work, but that soon fades into a sort of mental exhaustion and in some cases, depression. This isn’t limited to office workers either. Whatever your line of work, when you focus exclusively on it, you’re bound to create many problems in your life. If you are blessed with a work environment that is free from stress, anxiety, frustration, and general discord, you can stop reading now. For the rest of us, there are simple steps you can take to diversify your life and reduce the pain of going to the office day in and day out. 

 

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-- Change Your Mindset -- 

All of the items above are great, but ultimately, you need to do the often difficult task of changing your mindset about work. Doing some of the things I mentioned will certainly help you feel better about work, but they probably won’t make you love it. In order to truly become at peace with your job, you need to change how you think and feel about it.

I hope you’ll be able to use some of these suggestions to help make your work life more bearable. It has certainly worked for me. Once you change how you view work and start to enjoy some hobbies outside of work, you’ll hopefully find yourself leading a more stress-free, happy life. I’ll leave you with the prayer they use at many support groups. You can replace the word “God” with whatever you believe in. 

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”

 

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