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8 Ways to Start Enjoying Your Job

Are you beginning to realize that life isn't much fun if you're not enjoying what you're doing 40 to 50 hours a week?

If so, you might have also heard that the heart attack rate is 30% higher on Monday mornings and that working for someone you don't like can increase your risk of obesity by nearly 50%.

Considering this, how important would it be for you to start learning to enjoy your job more? Pretty important I here are 8 things you can start doing today that will help.

1) Stay on the Market

Keep your resume updated, and always be on the market for a better opportunity. You might be wondering why we are offering this as advice to help you enjoy your job better. There are two things which this will do for you: first, it will keep you from feeling trapped in your current job because you'll know that you always have options available elsewhere.

Second, the act of searching for work often helps you to appreciate the work that you already have more than if you weren't looking.

2) Own Your Mornings

Your day is likely to get a lot better if you spend 10 to 15 minutes in the morning doing something that is important to you. For example, if you have plans to get in better shape and you take care of it first thing in the morning, you'll have confidence that you've already "paid yourself" that day and you'll feel less like your life is on hold for the sake of your job.

For best results, commit to this to 15 minutes every single morning and don't falter. In fact, you might even want to use this 10 to 15 minutes in the morning to put together your resume.

3) Enroll in 4 tires University

The material which you listen to in the car on the way to work and on the way home has a profound influence on your attitude both at work and at home. You'll also be a lot more confident about yourself if her using the time in your car to educate yourself about something that is important to you.

Get some motivational or inspirational CDs which you can listen to (or perhaps even some recordings of your favorite comedians) and start committing your commute to work time to your own personal growth.

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4) Stay out of Negative Conversations

This will probably make the biggest difference in whether or not you enjoy or hate your job: stop engaging yourself in conversations with people who do nothing but complain about what's going on at work. People who complain are all over the place and you're going to run into them at any matter how great the job for the company is.

These people will poison you with all kinds of negativity and cause you to see only the bad side of your job. As a general rule of thumb, make it a habit to walk away from any conversation which is not productive and edifying. This will help you not get distracted on how to stay motivated.

5) Get an Emergency Fund

Start putting away money into your savings account or a money market fund, and keep doing this until you have anywhere from 3 to 6 months of expenses put away. Stress at work is inevitable, but it's a lot less threatening when you know that you could walk away from your job and still have 3 to 6 months to find a better one.

6) Start Looking for More Ops to Prove Yourself

Start looking for more opportunities and work to improve your worth with both your coworkers and your superiors. Sometimes all you have to do is ask, and you might be surprised at what kinds of opportunities arise from it. This will also help your employer to see you as a more viable asset to the company.

7) Build Positive Relationships

In addition to avoiding the negative people at your workplace, find a few people who are doing something with their life and actually care about doing a great job. Take these people out to lunch and associate yourself with them, and eventually their positive attitude will rub off on you.

8) Give Your Best and Start Now

Even if you don't like your job and plan on doing something different in the future, start giving you best to it right now. No matter how much you dislike your job, you have to remember that the habits you're building are the same habits you'll take into your next job.

So give yourself the best opportunity to be successful in everything that you do by giving your best, starting right now by taking steps in personal development and attaining success.

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