So it’s back into the daily swing and routine of work and for many of us this will be a welcome event. A nice long break over Christmas coupled with too many relatives underfoot is enough to inspire most of us to head back to the office, batteries re-charged and ready to take up forthcoming challenges that seem far less daunting than the in-laws.
Whilst it’s fantastic that the New Year inspires so much optimism, energy and vision, there are also some of us who find it hard to shift the shackles and stresses of the year gone by. If you’re one of these slightly jaded individual’s it can be even harder to recover your joie de vivre when surrounded by colleagues brimming with ideas and enthusiasm.
If any of this resonates with you then rest assured, you’re not alone and all is not lost. There are some simple and effective ways to reignite your love of your job:
Purpose, autonomy and improving our skills can go a long way towards instilling the spark back into work and we hope that everyone reading this takes the time to invest and have faith in themselves this year because; “you can, you should, and if you’re brave enough to start, you will” – Stephen King
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