The Great Resignation: Are the Toxic Traits of Your Current Job Following You to the Next One?

podcast Jun 03, 2021

As the survival instinct of the pandemic fades and more people start considering if their jobs are really serving them, the resignation of at least 30% of the workforce is anticipated.  

But before we make any move, we have to make sure the things that weren’t serving us in our last job don’t follow us to the next one. If we have an unhealthy relationship with our work, no job change will bring us closer to a career that serves us. 

How can we tell if the toxic trait we are experiencing at the job isn’t something internal? Why do we need to overcome workaholism if we want a career that serves us?  

In this episode, I talk about why establishing a healthier relationship with our work will help us make the right decisions in our career path. 


Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode 

  • The key mindset shift that will help us evaluate the next opportunity clearly
    Why do we have to take ownership and get to a neutral headspace about our current situation before we write that resignation letter? 

  • Why our workaholism is the first problem we need to solve 
    How does workaholism set us up for a toxic work experience wherever we go?

  • How to optimize your career potential and get what serves you
    How can we clearly and honestly evaluate how we feel about our work, and if an unhealthy obsession with our job is what’s holding us back? 

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