Knobull Provides Guides To Keep Your Job Without Becoming An Anxious Wreck

By: Knobull
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Feb. 11, 2023 - PRLog -- Lynn Bentley, President of Knobull, suggested, "If you are becoming dissatisfied with your job, you could try adopting the new trend of quiet thriving. This new trend encourages people to take specific actions and make mental shifts that help you to feel more engaged on the job."

And it seems like this is exactly what we need right now. According to the State of the Global Workplace report published in September last year, only 21% are engaged at work, and just 33% of employees are thriving in their overall wellbeing.

Reset your thinking

The key comes down to being more positive about your job itself. Work to approach your role with a positive mindset at the start of each day.

Have more fun

Try to motivate yourself by replacing unhelpful habits with things which will make you feel more positive like exercising on your lunch break. Try fun breaks where you take 10 minutes to do something pleasurable each day during work time.

Make friends

In the same vein, it's good to build more friendships with your co-workers, to create a more relaxed, enjoyable environment (and helping to relieve any potential boredom). Joining workplace groups or committees can be a great way to meet people.

Focus on a cause

It's recommended that we find something (work-related, of course) that's important to you and talking to your boss "in a friendly collaborative way" about making a change – whether that means flexible work, fewer meetings or a different way of working.

Try 'job crafting'

Try to make your job more appealing by speaking to your managers and seeing if you can focus on the parts of your role which you like the most.

Not only can this improve your attitude toward your work, but it can lead to further opportunities to complete tasks that you enjoy – and allows your manager to have a better understanding of your strengths.

Draw a line between work and the rest of life

It's important to look after yourself and put boundaries in place so that it doesn't feel like your job takes over your whole life. This includes actively finding hobbies which help you take your mind off work so you feel like you have some semblance of balance.

Bentley concluded, "Quiet thriving relies on being able to self-motivate without others holding you accountable. To buy products or receive career coaching, tap Amazon or JobStars on our homepage. You can request other guides to improve learning and career success, by going to our Contact page."
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