Do you feel fatigue at the very thought of work? Do you go to the office as punishment and not because you are not fond of the colleague sitting desk next to you? The work you once loved no longer brings you joy and satisfaction? Then this guide is for you! Work, how to love it again? We have several ways to do this.


get to work

Have you noticed that boredom and procrastination walk in pairs. Get to work and you’ll see that you’re not really bored with your job, you’re just looking for excuses to do nothing. Sometimes we can spend hours telling each co-worker in turn how much work we have, what we have to do and that we will never get through it, instead of getting on and doing it.

Are you bored at work? This is the first sign that you don’t know how to manage your task list.  Don’t rely solely on your memory. Don’t think that you can remember everything you have to do and that nothing will escape your memory. Seventy percent will forget what you were supposed to do. Those are the statistics. And do you know what else the statistics say? That one of the biggest demotivators is when someone reminds us 20 times of what we were supposed to do a week ago, and especially when that person is our boss.

Write down everything you have to do on a piece of paper or on a calendar. As something new arrives, add to it and schedule it according to priorities. That way, when something to do “on the fly” falls into your lap, you won’t forget to go back to what you haven’t finished yet.

Work, how to love it again?
Regain a sense of purpose and a positive attitude toward your work!

Take on more responsibilities

Do you have a job where you perform the same activities day after day with almost hourly precision? Imagine that you are the company’s trend finder. You really like your job, but you spend 8 hours browsing the Internet, Pinterest and Instagram looking for something new. Thousands of images fly before your eyes. You may end up doing the same thing after nights in your dreams. Be assured that you will feel tired, irritated and professionally unfulfilled.

Then it’s best … to add responsibilities. But the new ones. Ask your supervisor or boss if you could additionally do something new, something that was not part of your duties before. Go beyond your comfort zone. In addition to finding inspiration, you can try yourself out as a copywriter and describe your thoughts and opinions on what you search for. It will not only help you change the template of your daily activities, but may discover new opportunities for you.

Imagine that you are the head of...

So literally. Make yourself a cup of coffee, sit down at your desk and imagine that you are the CEO today. You come to work, enter your office and get to work. Where would you start then? What would you do new, what would you like to change? Think creatively and developmentally, as if it were your own business. Has an interesting idea been born to you? Write it down, put it away, come back to it tomorrow. If you continue to think it is good or even brilliant then go to the boss with it. He will certainly appreciate that you put YOUR heart into the company as he does.

Don’t have any ideas on how to improve the situation, or creatively contribute to the company’s growth? Then don’t complain about where you are. Go back to point “one” of our post. They say that the greatest happiness is contained in doing what you have to do.

work, how to love it anew?
Initiate brainstorming, take on additional responsibilities, test yourself in a new role.

Take a break

In most cases, the reason why we lose the sense and positive attitude towards our work is not boredom, but fatigue… or, more precisely, exhaustion. When we have too many responsibilities and work all the time under pressure and stress, we then do not think about rest, and certainly not about vacation, but about the deadlines chasing us. How many of you have outstanding vacation days still from last year? I personally know a couple of such workaholics. And it’s a shame that we don’t use him, because he is there to make sure that we don’t bring ourselves to a crisis situation.

You feel fatigue and know that in a while you won’t be able to cope. Take a vacation, or at least 2-3 days off. Don’t make everyone notice how tired and powerless you are. In our times of ruthless rat chasing, no one will sincerely pity you. Do your mental health and professional reputation a favor and rest until it’s too late.

Think and plan globally

And finally, a very important thing. First of all, we need to know what we generally want from life and from a career. In which direction we are heading and what we want to achieve. That’s why it’s important to sit down at least once a year and think calmly about where we are and where we’re aiming for. Whether what we do and where we work fits into our long-term plan or not, what we want to change and what we want to improve. And then, as doubts come, open a notebook with a plan written out and remind ourselves why we started doing what we’re doing now.

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