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    "The house absolutely glows with a new-found beauty. Tom is a genius in his ability to coordinate the work done to my home. In between many raindrops, he managed to get the painting done in a few days and have Mike, the roofer, and his crew tear off and replace the shingles and wood in two days time. And even though I'm on the west side, Tom was able to catch me before I left for work around 8:00 a.m. Your company has really boosted the resale value of my house. I plan to engage you again for interior work in the coming years. Thank you for a job well done!"

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  • Stuck In A Rut At Work?

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    The best job is waking up with enthusiasm about going to work, and feeling that the job isn't really a job. Now we are all human, their will be days where we don't want to get up and go to work, but if you start to feel this way consistently, then you might want to reevaluate your work situation. Take a look at these "3 Steps Your Career Is Lacking Mental Stimulation," from TalentCulture. This is a great blog post for anyone who needs a little boost in their work life, or thinking about going in a new a direction.

    How are you feeling about your job and your career? Finding it boring and unfulfilling? As your organization has cut costs and corners, do you have more, but unfortunately, less rewarding work? Are you back to doing things you’ve already accomplished earlier in your career because you’re the only one left who has done them before? Are the new areas you’ve been stretched to cover not providing the same mental stimulation you enjoy from working with talents closer to your interests?

    A variety of people have been raising these issues with me lately. Individuals ranging from those early in their careers to senior executives who you’d think would be nosing around retirement as a natural next step are voicing the same sentiment: “What I’m doing right now doesn’t provide the mental stimulation I want in my career, but I don’t know what should be next.”

    My recommendation to each person has been to look at their current organization as essentially the first investor in what’s next in a career that has more mental stimulation, but potentially less definition.

    Read more at TalentCulture

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