Have you ever felt overwhelmed at work? Like there’s too much on your plate and never enough time in a day?
You’ve been working hard to get where you are today, and you’re proud of yourself. However, sometimes it’s all too much, and you realize that you’re missing out on the rest of your life.
There’s only one thing to do in this situation. And this is asking for help at work!
Most people endure in silence because they’re afraid of looking weak or like a failure. They develop insecurity about whether they’re up to their role and ultimately feel threatened by the idea of losing a job and financial security.
Let me tell you something. Asking for help at work is not a weakness. It’s a strength! And here is why.
Enduring long-term stress is not beneficial for you, and neither is it for your company. No matter how strong you are, there’s always a breakpoint.
You may suffer repercussions on your mood, rational thinking, health, and stability in your relationships. And your company suffers because your performance isn’t at its best.
Furthermore, asking for help at work shows you can recognize challenges and proactively and constructively work to overcome them. A priceless skill to have in life and business.
Eliminate the source
I know that when you are stuck in this cycle, it’s hard to see what help at work you need. Often companies can’t offer long-term solutions. They may alleviate some of your workloads, but this only helps in the short term.
You need to go deeper and eliminate the root cause that led you to that situation.
I’ve been in the same position. I couldn’t understand why I was passed promotion after promotion, even though I was working twice as hard as others. On top of this, my life was falling apart in front of my eyes, all my relationships were failing, and my health was a disaster.
Pillars for reshaping life and career
Then, I decided that it was too much, so I spent years studying and researching. Till I discovered the 4 pillars that helped me reshape my life and career.
- Purpose. Finding and following your life purpose brings immense energy and motivation beyond anything you’ve experienced.
- Success mindset. This mental state leads you to accomplish all your goals independently of anything that happens around you.
- Positive relationships. Surround yourself with people who value you and support you for who you are.
- Leadership. We all rely on others, and being a leader means positively guiding and influencing those around you.
These 4 pillars have the power to transform your life, as they have changed mine and that of many others.
You’ll gain a new mentality that will allow you to see who you are, set boundaries, and achieve your goals in anything you want.
Start now and get the help that you really need
Start today and get free access to the first pillar of my Career Accelerator Blueprint: Purpose, where you’ll find the four types of questions my clients and I use to define success right now.
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