Your job sometimes seems like a pair of furry slippers... very comfortable. Too comfortable perhaps?
Your tasks are maybe a bit repetitive and there isn't really much to stimulate your brain.
You're not familiar with Monday morning stress. Knots in your stomach, anxiety and pressure don't really feature in your workplace vocabulary!
Because you have a job that doesn't draw upon all your resources, you can dedicate your time and energy to your personal life, through which you can achieve the fulfillment that's lacking at work.
You know that you excel at what you do and every day you can enjoy the satisfaction of a job well done.
Although your job is reassuring, it doesn't push you to improve. You've got a lot of skills that aren't put to use, and in the long term, you could find yourself feeling frustrated and demotivated.
Set yourself some challenges! Make day-to-day tasks more demanding by trying to do them quicker, or more meticulously, for example. Change your habits as well: simply change the order in which you do things, test out new tools or computer applications, etc.
By the end of the day, you'll notice that you feel better as a result of concentrating more on the tasks in hand.
And if that's not enough? Fortunately, there are lots of adult courses out there so you can develop your skills and expand your mind.
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