How to not dread going to work

This topic would be based on my insights and experience and I thought this would be interesting to share.

Are you the one who hates Sunday night and thinking that Monday Blues is back? Well, you’ve got to kick off this bad habit. As we all know that we have to work for the rest of our life whether you are an employee or an entrepreneur, you will need to integrate work into your life. I do admit it took me a while to learn this and I do not claim myself to be an expert in this. However, I want to change and I want to overcome this. So here is what I have learnt.

Work can be stressful and to some people boring. Whatever your problems are, it is always good to share them. Sharing your problems is part of being proactive. When you are proactive, you start to take more initiative internally. If you want to make a change, don’t blame the environment or the people around you. You make the change. I realise communication comes a long way. Start by getting to know the people around you. Learning not only comes on the job scope but also through their interest and insights. There is so much you can get going to work! Some of them complain they have lazy employees who don’t take initiative and lack trust in them. Why are they lazy? Have you ever thought it is you who is the one creating problem? Well, your employees may be the one who does enough and do whatever you want because they are afraid that doing more will not get your recognition. Or it can be they do things out of fear instead of passion. It must be painful to go through this experience where you have to wake up of bed thinking your boss will scold you for whatever reason. Ultimately, you want to make the change and be the positive vibe whether you are the boss or an employee. When you change yourself to become better, the people around you will get influence by you too. This creation of a good working culture can be created by you! I hope this post helps and I would love to see what you guys have to say!




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