We’ve noticed something.
And we simply can’t ignore it anymore.
Over the past few months, we’ve been paying special attention to reader feedback, blog comments, our social media conversations, and news stories about employee job dissatisfaction.
These sources have revealed that you are likely looking for something. In some cases, desperately hunting it.
And just what is it you’re looking for?
Yes, we made that word up.
But it’s okay to make up a word….as long as you also make up its definition, right?
So here’s how we define Careertopia:
- When your projects, clients and coworkers generally energize you, instead of constantly draining you, you’ve found your Careertopia.
- When you have a sense of accomplishment at work and feel fulfilled most every day, you’ve found your Careertopia.
- When you wake up on Monday mornings, enthused about your week ahead (and it’s not because of your cute new coworker) you’ve found your Careertopia.
Careertopia is what you experience when your strengths, motivations, and values align with your job, your team, and your work environment.
Obviously, it’s a great place to be.
And we want to help you get there.
So – as of January 29th – we’re undergoing a transformation.
Our blog will move over to MyCareertopia.com, and will begin featuring articles along these lines:
We’ll be sharing the concepts, advice and tools that will help you get more fulfillment from your career, without having to sacrifice who you are.
So if you’ve spent some time in your current job, but can’t help wondering, “Is it possible to build a career that pays the bills AND makes me happy?”
The answer is yes. Most assuredly. And we will show you how to do it.
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In addition, you could win a Kindle Fire HD. Sweet! We’ll be randomly selecting a winner from our new subscribers next week. Stay tuned!
Are We There Yet?
If you’ve already found your Careertopia….woo-hoo! Congrats!
That makes you more fortunate than about half the folks you know.
And you know what they’d really like to hear about?
How to find their Careertopia.
You don’t want to deny them the career happiness and fulfillment you’re experiencing, do you?
You’d better share this with them. They’ll thank you for it!