Biggest Problem with a Job – The Job itself

The biggest problem in job is the ‘job’ itself. Your job influence your way of life in a number of ways. If there is a conflict between you and your job then there is not just a problem, it’s a whole rabble coming your way. A conflict arises between a person and job when we fail to create an acceptance. It is not just a few tasks; it is actually our work-space, timings, colleagues, limitations and challenges which comes with it. Sometime we choose job and other time’s it chooses us. Doesn’t matter how you landed in the job important things is that one learns to embrace it, because you are here now. If you think it’s not your calling don’t opt for it in the first place, because doing work which you don’t want to do is very dangerous for your morale and attitude. Half-hearted work does more harm to us than it does to the job. So why not just do nothing? Than hurt us and potentially other’s around.
Dammit This Job Suck

When a person doesn’t embrace his/her job; there could be multiple reasons for that. From personal choices to cultural limitations. There could be humongous reasons to dislike something. The thing to understand is that once we are in a job, we are actually a part of a system. It cannot operate without the output of the people who are working in it. Doing half-heartedly doesn’t make it any easier, on the other hand it consumes us even more with guilt, fear and dis-satisfaction. This dis-synchronization between job and the person creates a rift in everything associated to life and job. One cannot be happy and satisfied when he/she is in a state of constant confusion and turmoil. Occasional hiccups and challenges might breaks one morale and tempo, but un-satisfied soul can be much more problematic if it continues for a longer periods of time. So the question is peeps do you really want such a miserable life and self-loathing attitude?

One shouldn’t ignore such circumstances, rather face them and try to solve the problem at first hand. If it is let to simmer unattended, it will eventually get out of control. Nobody want his/her career to be jeopardized or spoiled. Would you really give a reason for a ruined career, that you didn’t liked it? It is always good to take a step back and see the bigger picture, get to the root of the problem and see how the situation can be remedied. If one keep in mind the following points, lot erroneous decisions and awkward situations can be avoided in the later stages of job.

  • Always think thoroughly before applying or opting for job
  • Consult a person who knows you best and ask for their advice
  • If you decide to take on job accept it both in mind and soul
  • Take some time and understand the possibilities and limitation of your job
  • Do not want what is not your job, don’t do what could affect your job negatively
  • Be happy about what you do and share your learnings with others
  • If some issues arise in job or workplace try to wrap up the situation in a calm and quite manner
  • Try not to keep grudges, learn to let things go
  • Learn the professional ethics and adopt them with your job, it will make your job a lot easier for you
  • Love what you do, or don’t do it

Job is not the end of the world, it’s just we all are here to play our part, just keep that in mind. Job is part of life, one got to do something, just be happy with what you and you will feel light as a feather in your work. Just be mindful of yourself and the work you do, you will glide through and be at PEACE.

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Anger is a Symptom – Find Illness

When one is angry negativity surround’s him. He is hurdled into a dark tunnel of self-obsession, what one can see is himself, and the reasons he should be angry. While at the same time other side of the picture is filled with reasons why he shouldn’t be angry. When we evaluate both sides eventually the latter wins. It is popular opinion that anger fog’s ones judgement, it also takes one capacity to think positively. Anger uses your mental energy and physical strength, it drains you of both resources, and leave your heart exhausted and tired. Anger can bring the most deeply buried thoughts and moments to the front of your mind. Anger is a phenomenon in which you are not in the pilot seat but the anger itself. It make us do things for which we are sorry afterwards. When we see back, we can’t connect the dots why we were being angry. It is a ferocious way of expression, anything leading to it is factually judgmental and perceptual.

Why we get angry? Answer is as simple as why we get hungry? Violence is embedded into fabric of human nature. It is always there ready to hit the surface, and it does when we snap. Anger is the expression of a desperate man. One resolves to violence when he feel cornered, out of options and losses hope then the violent expression and negative thought pattern makes sense. What makes a person angry vary from person to person but it always carry a history. Everyone has a weak point which can make them angry. When it is pressed upon the suffocation, hatred, pain, and irrationality kicks in. Everyone has it layered into them, it’s all under control till we snap. Some snap faster than other they are angrier and some rarely they are calmer. It is inevitable and will happen eventually, what’s important is how we control it. Some keep it in the head and let it brew and this is most dangerous of all, because it results in something worse afterwards rather than resolve.

Anger has a few upsides, it reminds you where your weakness lies and gives a unique opportunity to work on resolving it, teaches to harness patience and calm, shows you the mirror of what you can become if you do not reign yourself. Anger is a child of ignorance and carelessness never do that to yourself or others.

Anger is not an illness it a symptom. When it appears one should see inside themselves and figure out the real problem .Whenever you feel angry do the following things and you might see the rational side.

  1. Sit down and close your eyes, and think of the happening until you see the real thing.
  2. Drink some fluid.
  3. Pace around and breathe deeply.
  4. Don’t speak until you are sure words you will speak will be of calmer tone.
  5. Avoid getting physical contact.
  6. Give yourself space and if it’s a fight back-down and you won’t regret it.
  7. Don’t make anything an ego problem
  8. Last but not the least think of yourself as a sport and others spectators, Don’t be their entertainment.