Over the years I’ve met a lot of people who felt as though they were stuck in dead-end jobs.
They may have been in the job for a year, five years, ten years or even more.
Some were in their early 20′s or late 50′s.
They all dreaded going to work, they hated Monday mornings and each wanted nothing more than to leave, but they don’t know how to escape.
It may be that they didn’t really know what they wanted to do next.
Or perhaps they needed to undergo more training or increase their skills before leaving, but struggled to make the time.
In many cases, it turns out that the fear of an unknown future is greater than their dislike of their current situation, giving them little motivation for taking action and generating such inadequate excuses for staying such as: Read the rest of this entry »