The fastest way to get the job you want is to be grateful for the job you hate.
Yup, you read that right.
If you’re stuck in a low-vibe story like, “I hate this job, I don’t want to be here,” you’re just going to stay stuck where you are. Here’s the quick fix: When you become grateful for the job you do have, you open up your energetic field to be more of a magnetic force to attract the job you truly want.
Whether you’re in a job you hate, unemployed, or want to change careers, this video is for you!
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When you focus on what’s thriving, you create more of what you want.
HOW TO LAND YOUR DREAM JOB
BRING YOUR HIGHEST AND BEST
My friend Corey taught me one of the greatest pieces of career advice: Work from your highest and best. You know you’re working from your highest and best when:
- It’s work that you can do easily without struggle.
- You love doing it.
- It moves the needle.
If you can’t check off these three things, then it’s not your highest and best!
When you work from your highest and best you’ll feel better, more connected, and really good about yourself. And that elevated energetic state is what attracts more of what you want.
It also sends a message to the Universe that says, “Yes, I want to work. I’m grateful for the work I have. And I welcome more possibilities for abundance.” As a result, you’re not shutting down the stream of abundance and well-being that’s flowing to you. You’re keeping it open. The more you clarify what’s your highest and best (and commit to it), the more you clarify your desire to the Universe. The Universe LOVES clarity!
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FOCUS ON SERVICE INSTEAD OF SUCCESS
The thing we often forget is that we’re all miracle workers. You’re not just a miracle worker, or Lightworker, when you’re working as a life coach, therapist, speaker or writer. Everywhere you go is a moment to offer someone a shift in their perception—which is a miracle. Every moment offers you an opportunity to be a force for good in the world. When your primary goal is to serve, you’ll easily stop overthinking and start allowing.
Service allows the Universe to support you!
So be of service in every encounter—at the grocery store, at the doctor’s office, on Zoom at your job. Be the light wherever you go, and I guarantee you the Universe will respond with great support.
Stop trying to figure it all out, and just be in the service of what you’re creating. Trust that the Universe has your back; let the Universe show you what to do.
SHOW UP FOR YOURSELF
The best way to show up on the job is to show up for yourself first—fully and completely. The distance that we have from others right now is a blessing in some ways because it allows us to focus on ourselves and our healing. Typically (in the time before COVID), we don’t slow down enough to show up for ourselves. But now many of us have been forced to slow down, and that’s a good thing.
So step away, watch a movie, eat an ice cream, go for a walk, exercise, or whatever you need to do to just be you. Take this time, use it wisely, and give yourself full permission to take care of YOU.
RESPECT YOUR RESILIENCE
When we become grateful for our past circumstances, no matter how difficult they may have been, we can move forward with a greater understanding and awareness of the gifts those experiences gave us.
When we can look back and say, “Wow, look how resilient I am. Look how much I learned. Look where that led me,” that’s when we can move forward with faith and grace, because we can look back and say thank you.
Look back at any jobs that felt like a struggle, and say thank you! Those jobs revealed great learning, growth and a way to change direction so you could ultimately get on the right path.
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