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  • Overcoming a Lack of Passion and Improving Productivity

    Posted by Prateek Khanna on May 18, 2023 at 10:52 am

    I initially believed that I had a genuine interest in management, which led me to apply for a specific role in that field. However, after working in this position for four months, I’ve realised I don’t have a genuine passion. I find myself merely going through the motions without any real enjoyment, and this lack of enthusiasm significantly impacts my productivity. I’m at a loss regarding what steps to take next, as I’m neither finding fulfilment in my work nor experiencing any improvement in productivity. I would greatly appreciate any advice or suggestions from anyone who can help me address this issue, enhance my performance, and regain a sense of purpose in my work.

    Sidharth Kukreja replied 9 months, 3 weeks ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Priya Jain

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    May 18, 2023 at 11:37 am
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    Feeling stuck and unfulfilled in your current role is a common experience in many careers. Recognizing this early on and being open to exploring other options is a positive step. Take some time to reflect on your genuine interests, values, and what truly motivates you. Consider what aspects of your current role you enjoy and what you don’t. This reflection will help you identify areas of work that align better with your passions and values.

  • Sidharth Kukreja

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    May 18, 2023 at 11:40 am
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    Based on my experience, I strongly recommend seeking guidance and support to navigate this transition. Contact mentors, career coaches, or professionals in your network who can provide invaluable insights and advice and potentially connect you with new opportunities. It’s also worth considering joining professional associations or networking groups that are relevant to your new career interests. These communities can support and help you expand your professional network, opening doors to potential opportunities.

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