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Importance Of A Career Coach

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Do you often find yourself locked in a staring competition with the clock, willing it to hit 5 PM so you can finally leave the office? You’ve done every task on your to-do list for today, tomorrow, and even the day after, but somehow there’s still time to spare. Maybe you even find yourself hitting refresh on your inbox, hopeful that you’ll get something (anything?) to add to your plate. Sound familiar? I’ve been there before, and it’s not the most fun to be bored at work. And I’m not proud of it, but I’ve run the gamut of taking office laps, extra trips to the kitchen, and even long breaks (we called it “taking executive lunch”) to help the long workday pass more quickly. Fortunately, it didn’t take me long to find smarter ways to take…show more content…
You’ve got nothing to lose other than the time you’re trying to fill. And it’s worth it: Working on your confidence will help you shine at the next all-hands meeting and in your social life. 7. 30 Free Ways to Find the Answer to “What Should I Do With My Life?” And if you’re so bored that you think it’s time to find your life passion, we have 30 free ways for you to explore just that. Can We Send You a Helpful Email? More articles like this one, job opportunities you'll actually like, and advice that doesn't sound like it was written in the '80s. YOUR EMAIL GO MOST POPULAR 7 Easy Craft Projects You Can Make With Office Supplies The "Just Right" Reaction When You Mess Up at Work 15 Amazingly Accurate Things That'll Happen After You Work in an Office for Too Long How to Make Boring Tasks Suck Less TOPICS Getting Ahead , Links We Love , Career Advice Career Guidance Nina understands the struggle of a major career change. After snagging her first job at fourteen, she continued down the path of employment by pursuing a motley assortment of vocations. Ask her about her time in the Army, or her stint as a Harvard research guinea pig. Say hi @ninadawdles or ninasemczuk.com. MORE FROM THIS AUTHOR BACK ONE STEP What is your primary career goal? Not totally sure... Land a (new) job Make a major career switch Growth (and
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