A 5-Step Awareness-and-Action Plan For Conquering Your Career Frustrations
Whether they're big or small, we all suffer from career frustrations. However, you have to look at your options. Is there enough of an upside for you in your current career to tolerate staying with your job? Many people feel like they have no options and therefore have no choice. You can either ignore your
frustrations and risk becoming a victim of  Battered Career Syndrome, or you can proactively try and work through your frustrations. For most people, the latter of the two options is the better solution to the problem, but working through your career frustrations isn't always easy. Today,  The Entrepreneur's Source reviews five simple steps to help those suffering from Battered Career Syndrome break free from their career frustrations.
  1. Determine the root of the problem. Many individuals working in corporate America find themselves frustrated with their careers but never take the time to pinpoint just what is making them tick. Because of this, the first step on your journey of discovery is to take some time to get to the root of your frustration.

  2. Identify the change that needs to be made. Now that you're establishing just what the issue you're having is, you can begin to identify how your feelings could change. For example, if you feel as if you're disengaged from your work, then it's time to brainstorm why that is.
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It is my privilege/ pleasure to be a guide and coach those  seeking and destined for new career opportunities. The road from employment to empowerment can be a daunting one if you're not certain about how to best navigate today's New Career Economy.

75% of the adult population has the desire to be self-sufficient, but only 5% will  actually do something about that desire. If you were introduced to a complimentary experience that helped you determine exactly what you want your life to look like, an experience that educated you about your options and helped you explore your possibilities in a safe environment, would that be of value?
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Dominic Affinito
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