The True Grit quiz: 12 questions by S. Sloat
Before you can post or reply in these forums, please join our online community. Hi all, It's been about 2 years since I posted. Since then I've just been at the same job, but now in a management role. I haven't worked since July , and am looking for more jobs every day. But I'm feeling really down today - I apply for around 10 or so jobs every week.
In fact, every single time you pass someone today make a simple note that they are having all the similar thoughts you are — probably even as you pass by. As a result, these feelings of going nowhere in life are just part of the territory for striving to succeed. If most successful entrepreneurs were honest they would admit it too. Ego is actually a great thing. You need it. Regardless of what that little voice in your head says I guarantee you one thing — it is not as unique as it claims to be.
When I was in college I was looking for a job that was less demanding in comparison to my current one. I needed time to rest and do my homework since I had a full course load. Then I found it and was hired for a job that met my specifications exactly. Although it required a few more hours of work a week it was fine because it was less stressful. I actually liked the job. While it met all my desires when I first started, sometime after I graduated my infatuation with it faded.
15 Signs That Your Life is Going Nowhere Fast “Life is a b**ch, and I'm just playing in the sand.” something the great American Rapper/Poet.
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1. Personal Time
You brush your teeth, take a shower, drink your coffee, go to work, come home, eat dinner, watch television, go to bed, and rinse and repeat. On days where life seems to have no point? It seems that no matter how hard you try, you end up in the same spot, in the same position having to start all over again, and your inability to change your messed up emotional patterns starts taking an excruciating toll. You wonder and think and read and try to break free from the subconscious battles within your mind, but the negative stranglehold has a strong grip and does not want to release you so easily. Maybe the pain has become intolerable, and instead of going away it has continued to eat away at your peace of mind bit by bit. I have been in a cycle of rinse and repeat for more years than I care to remember.