• Matthew Coppola

I'm Not Satisfied At Work. What Can I Do To Motivate Myself?

Updated: Apr 30

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#employeemotivation


Do you find yourself in a situation where you are not satisfied at all with your job?

What you expected or desired in your position at work has not come to fruition. You also may feel that you don't get any pleasure from the work you do, almost like you're always chasing after the wind. Well, you're not alone. Many people feel this way. What they once felt years prior on their first day on the job, no longer means anything.


Workplace satisfaction, or might I say lack thereof, is one of the major concerns facing job seekers today in the Australian workforce.


Employees finding themselves in such a predicament may become complacent or perform poorly. A situation that nobody wants to find themselves in. It's not nice. We all want to go to work happy and satisfied, ready for another hard day's work. There is an interesting article on does money make us more happier? that you may find useful. If you find yourself in such a situation, I suggest taking a good look at what may be causing your dissatisfaction. Write it down. Talk about it with your family and close friends. See what suggestions they come up with and what works for your situation. The critical point here is not to let the matter fester. Take action now before your performance starts to fall behind.


If, however, you feel that it's time to start looking for alternative employment and apply for jobs elsewhere, the first step is to get your resume and cover letter in order. And, here at Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions, you can enlist our professional resume writing service and help to address key selection criteria, should you come across roles that have a set of criterion as part of the job application process.

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