By nature, even the coolest jobs start losing their luster the day you start them. So how do you learn to re-love a gig once the honeymoon is over?
Tactic No. 1: Do something different. ”Become an elastic band. Push yourself to take on new assignments and gain some extra skills,” said Mark Swartz, senior career columnist for Monster Canada. “Be part of something bigger.”
“Know what you love and think about how to incorporate this aspect into your work,” said career coach and corporate trainer Carin Rockind. “Adding these passions will make you like your workplace and the rest of your job more.”
For five more ways that will help you go from hating to loving your job, read 6 Ways To Love The Job You Have.
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