#WorkThroughIt: Ignite Your Career

Today begins our new blog and social media series, Work Through It Wednesday. These short, one-minute motivations feature a quote, a little insight, and three brief strategies to engage to help you work through the challenge and emerge victorious.

Today’s feature: Ignite your Career

Read on, or listen to the audio:

The actor Gary Sinise once said:

Careers, like rockets, don’t take off on schedule. The key is to keep working on the engines.

Whether you’re a Millennial or have many years in the workplace under your belt, navigating your career can be daunting.

Should I ask for a raise? Am I being challenged in my current role? Will it be worth my while to move across the country for a new opportunity?

I’m encouraging you to work through it today by doing three things:

  • Map what’s causing your malaise or dissatisfaction
  • Decide on a course of action you’ll take
  • The most critical thing: Decide today to do one thing to work toward your goal – talk to a mentor, research salary ranges for your industry, or revamp your resume

I just want you to work through it and get those engines moving!

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About the Blogger: Kesi Stribling

Editor, Ask The Strategist

DISCLAIMER: Since its original debut on MySpace in 2004 as Midweek Musings, ASK THE STRATEGIST is a blog that highlights information on business, entrepreneurship, careers and the workplace, health, community, and women. Any content or advice dispensed through Ask The Strategist is solely for informational and entertainment purposes. All content, unless otherwise noted, is the property of Ask the Strategist and its affiliates, and may not be re-published without express written permission from the Editor.

 

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