Manage Netflix Devices Job Problems – Why Can’t You And Your Job Get Along?

Having a job can be very stressful. According to Forbes magazine, 8 out of 17 people wish they could quit their job everyday. In some cases, people are so tired of their jobs that they try to become an entrepreneur. If you and your job can not get along because of the reasons below, then you might want to consider making income in other ways.Here are nine reasons why you and your job can not get along.1. You are not respected as a person at work. You are valued as a production unit and not as a valued contributor.2. You do not have the right resources, information, or tools to do your job effectively. When you ask for guidance, you get yelled at or ignored. In my opinion, some companies impede the ability for employees to get the job done and then get upset at them for asking for some guidance.


3. You manager or boss might not show enough care for obligations that you have outside of work. He or she does not voice any type of compassion when you want to take some time off for vacation.4. Your manager is not fit for the job or your boss is not qualified. In addition, you may feel that your boss is a tyrant.5. You are tired of being lied to. You are probably tired of your job lying to you about giving you a raise.6. Your job might not give you a clear understanding on what your future might be in the company. You might constantly feel like everyday might be your last day.7. You are tired of having to deal with the politics within the company.8. You are extremely over-worked and extremely under-paid.9. You have to watch what you say at all times because you can get in trouble for anything you say.


Once you understand that you are working for the wrong people, your first step is to find a job that can make you happy. Take a step back and do some soul searching. According to Forbes magazine, most people are unhappy at their jobs because they got involved with an occupation that does not match their passion.What I would recommend you do is explore your options. You may want to consider becoming an entrepreneur. If you always find yourself not happy or under-appreciated in the workplace, there are experts who offer free reports on how you can take control of your financial future.

Bold Money Conversations That Can Change Your Life

I recently returned from Kendall SummerHawk’s Feminine Money Mastery event, where women from all around the globe (and a few cool guys as well) gathered to improve their relationship with money. One of the most interesting aspects of this conference for me was learning to identify where we need to have “courageous money conversations” in our lives. These conversations are the ones we often avoid, as they bring up all sorts of disempowering money beliefs. We discussed how to make these conversations a routine practice and give them a methodology so that they aren’t as daunting to embark upon.

Powerful conversations can follow a format that eases some of the tension. Follow these steps and engage in, rather than avoid, the money talks that change your life.

1. Take a moment before the conversation to breathe and set your intention for the way you want the discourse to go. Decide on the outcome you want ahead of time and be very clear in your own mind before the other person is present.

2. Be free from emotion and set the agenda with the other party. Inform them as to the reason for the discussion, the outcome you desire, and the discussion points you plan to cover.

3. Stop and listen. Make sure the other party has a chance to say their piece and that they know you hear them. Repeat back and summarize their ideas – whatever you can do to establish that you understand what they are saying.

4. Offer several options for resolving the situation in various ways, if at all possible.

Find agreement, even if it’s to go to another decision-maker, and detail the subsequent steps, including who will do what, by when. Be sure to close the conversation positively.

After returning home from the conference, I immediately put this methodology to use and had two such conversations. I have been breathing a sigh of relief ever since! While it is important to take on these conversations under any circumstances, if you are intent on making a career shift or growing your business, this is a skill that is especially helpful and will pull you forward dramatically.

When you avoid courageous money conversations, you can be inadvertently sabotaging your own success. For example, a mom was recently telling me about her daughter, who has a job she loves. She is appreciated by her employer, coworkers, and customers, and received a promotion four months ago. She has not, however, received a salary increase to go with the promotion. Instead of having the conversation that needs to be had about the salary increase, she decided to look for another job. Objectively, this seems ridiculous, but she is so averse to having the necessary salary conversation that she has created a story in her head about what this all means and is taking a somewhat misguided action in response. For her, she believes it may actually be easier to land a new position than to have a money conversation where she would be championing her value to the company.

Similar to this case, when I work with clients, I often see two primary challenges:

1. Putting a voice to owning their value, and believing it as well. Examples include stating their fees, saying no to a discounted fee, or negotiating their salary.

2. Speaking honestly about an issue that makes them feel vulnerable. For example, discussing business plans with a spouse or renegotiating a loan they are having trouble paying.

Of course, taking a stance for your money will feel awkward at first. However, once you get a few of these conversations under your belt, you will be looking ahead for the next one! It’s about building a muscle over time that will increase your power across the board. Don’t be afraid to jump in headfirst – I promise you will be glad you did.

Michelle is the CEO and founder of Limit Free Life®, a coaching and personal development company designed to help clients discover and transition into careers or business ventures that satisfy their souls. As a former CPA, business consultant and now a certified business coach,she combines a strong background in finance and transition management with an intuitive coaching style.

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