Why do people stay in jobs they don’t love? A surprisingly large percentage of people stick with positions they find thankless, dull, and/or frustrating. You would think anyone who isn’t happy would make the jump as soon as they could, but human psychology is fickle and can keep us from making the changes we know we need to make.

In this minisode, Nick explains three major reasons why people stick with jobs they don’t find fulfillment in, debunks these rationales, and invites you to join his new webinar.

THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS EPISODE:

– Staying with an unpleasant or unrewarding job because you feel you’re better off that way.

– Sticking with a job because they don’t believe they can find further success elsewhere.

– Holding back because you’re concerned of what others will think if you

– If you’re feeling stuck, check out Nick’s webinar tonight (Thursday, March 14); it will also run again next Thursday, March 21; find it at https://www.nickjmurphy.com or by texting JOINMELIVE to 44222.

TWEETABLES:

“Who says that this is the top of the mountain?”

“What if there’s a whole other plateau, a whole other peak we can get to that we don’t even see that’s exponentially bigger than what we’re doing?”

“Choosing to do nothing is a choice.”

“You can’t wait for proof and still win.”

“People that are doing less than you are the only ones that will judge you.”


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