I love my job

Many are not satisfied with their job, they want to change it or even change career. That’s perfect. But I would suggest looking at the present job with positive thinking to see what can be learnt from this one for the next one. At least some appealing aspects must be found to go on doing it every day until you find the one you prefer. You can use this job as a personal training for the next one. I suggest trying something like this:

I love my job because I get paid.

I love my job because I have holidays.

I love my job because I’m learning what not to do and identify the ones I do that are completely useless.

I love my job because I have learnt to identify priorities.

I love my job because I’m learning to organize myself better.

I love my job because I have learnt what self-discipline means.

I love my job because in my interaction with others I learn a lot about myself.

I love my job because here at work I have discovered that I have the qualities of a successful person and I want the best, become the best and get the best.

I love my job because it is a bridge between where I am to where I want to be.

I love my job because I have learnt not to be angry or afraid. I know that if I seek I find solutions.

I love my job because now I see problems as an opportunity to grow and learn and I challenge myself to check how long it takes me to find the way out of it.

I love my job because I do not fear the unexpected. I’m getting better and better every day and I am becoming an expert in problem-solving.

I love my job because I have taken it as a personal trainer that is teaching me a lot.

Thus, I am getting less tired, I have more energy, I’m happier and feel like doing more.

If only you believe in one of these ideas it will be lighter for you to go to work every day.