We all get stuck in a rut from time to time, but it’s only when we get a glimpse at a better ‘us’ that we truly realise what we’ve been missing.
Do you feel stuck? Have you stopped trying to better yourself?
Maybe asked yourself if these factors affect you :
2. Endless, unfulfilling chores – even though you’re getting through your to do list, it doesn’t feel like you’re getting anything done. This could be because the things you’re focusing your energy on just aren’t meaningful to you! Time to rethink your purpose.
3. The days blur together – if you wake up not knowing if it’s a Tuesday or a weekend, you’re not living your best life. Challenge yourself more and create a more stimulating structure.
4. You want to make changes, but don’t know where to start – if you have dreams of starting a new hobby or learning a new skill but keep putting it off, that’s a red flag. You don’t have to know everything before you start. In fact, it’s sometimes better if you don’t.
5. You’re too comfortable – perhaps the number one sign that you’ve stopped trying to better yourself is that you’re comfortable. You know you’d be happier if you made a change, but it feels safer to stay the same and mope about it. Don’t fall into this trap.
If you’ve answered YES to one or more of these statement maybe look at training or re-training with a company like SAVVYWISE.
With professionally curated courses in everything from business skills and education to HR and management, SavvyWise are on a mission to teach new skills and help people progress in their careers or personal lives – no matter their age, education levels, or social background.
Each course has been developed by an industry expert, ensuring the highest standards have been met. The courses are also flexible, available throughout the year and delivered anywhere, anytime by way of SavvyWise’s mySW app.
SavvyWise’s training is engaging, effective and dynamic thanks to their experienced team who are gifted in training and delivering quality programmes. Their vision is to find and nurture talented individuals; supporting their development through quality teaching and providing opportunities for career advancement.