HAPPINESS ON YOUR JOB

bigstock-The-words-Time-to-Evaluate-on-244838481Total happiness comes from being on the proper job and in the right career. Many people blame their families, their mate, their children or anything else for their frustrations in life. Truth would reveal many times that job unhappiness is what is “eating them up on the inside.” Work is supposed to be joy according to Is. 65:22. Why is your job or your career so important to your happiness? It is the sense of accomplishment that is essential for our self-esteem. It releases our God-given talents and at the same time it provides for your family.

The goal of the enemy of our life is to destroy our self-confidence and our sense of worth. A feeling of inadequacy is like a “cancer” that eats away your VITALITY AND ENTHUSIASM. Are you unhappy on your job or in your career? If so take a good look at your life. Is it your career that is making you unhappy or is it just the stress of everyday life. If you don’t find fulfillment in your job, it may be time to take a look at the direction your life is taking you. Maybe just Maybe you need to take a look at a change in career. DON’T LIVE YOUR ENTIRE LIFE IN FRUSTRATION BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT DOING WHAT YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE DOING. Life is too short and you are too VALUABLE to waste even a single day of it.

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