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Beware of the Pitfalls of Working From Home

Working from home may seem like an ideal scenario for employers, employees and freelance traders. After all, it minimizes overheads, reduces the need for office space and provides more flexibility, with the ability to work when it’s busy, and do other things when it’s not.

But there are a few potential pitfalls to keep in mind when working from home.

  • In this post-COVID-19 world, some employees may be concerned about the prospect of returning to work, worrying about using public transport, or that they do not have enough real work to support them when they return to full-time work. Working from home helps to make sure that they are available when necessary, can work in their own time as they please, and then gradually regain their confidence after perhaps a few weeks of absence.
  • Individual entrepreneurs may have had to reduce overheads, give up support staff and possibly try to recover some of the land lost during the lockdown. They may have to start from scratch and build their business from scratch. Working from home is the first step towards recovery, as many important support services are activated almost when and where they are needed.

“Some logistical considerations need to be explored, at least initially. Is it possible to create a dedicated workplace? Trying to work at the kitchen table or in a crowded, noisy place or in a place with other usage requirements is not conducive to a productive work environment. Sharing recruitment with children and their homework is also irrelevant. Evaluate the available space, software requirements, Internet bandwidth, data security, and any additional learning requirements. Are any staff required for personal protective or other protection?

  • Meetings, networking and teambuilding are often an important part of business success. Good relationships contribute to business development. Those who have a reputation for being honest and well-treated to their employees and customers always achieve more.
  • Homework allows you to work according to your own schedule, adapt to children and their school hours and their various wishes, be able to plan face-to-face meetings or more comfortably manage household chores. But these non-work-related things can be more and more distracting because you go to the gym too often, meet friends for a cup of coffee, or do household chores instead of real work.
  • Set a clear clock for yourself to go to work, where, even when you are not particularly busy, you will check both mentally and physically, send emails, update information on social networks, make phone calls, communicate and initiate conversations with colleagues, make relationship decisions.

“But also make it clear that you’re done with the end of the work. The indication can become a trap when working from home; it’s tempting to work until something is done, or “just” check again for fear of missing out on (FOMO) or being under-productive.

  • Distraction cannot be caused by absence from a formal office. Sometimes you may be tempted to immerse yourself in different parts of the work and give it up and not finish the job until you start something new. If there is no other pressing problem, it is better to remain disciplined and focus on one job at a time.
  • Keeping a good list can ensure that there is no danger of forgetting something new, important or noteworthy. This avoids wasting time and accidentally jumping from one place to another.
  • The main problem with working from home may be the consequences of prolonged social exclusion and the degree of fear of some employees or individual entrepreneurs leaving home to meet others. Some people have experienced a personal tragedy, perhaps first hand. The prospect of attending busy meetings or seminars can be daunting, and individual mental and physical safety should be taken into account.

“How do you dress now?” I venture to say that many of us have spent weeks in everyday clothes, sometimes refreshing the upper and visible part of our body for the next zoom or Skype call.

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Workers’ Comp Claim and Return to Work Programs: The Vocational Recovery Project

Back to work after an accident at work

I started a professional recovery project a few years ago. Unfortunately, since then I have not noticed significant improvements in the success of injured workers when they return to work. It seems to me that L’I and most PHO companies think that improving results means making more decisions. These results show that people with work-related injuries can work. In other words, they focused on making a decision. However, they ignore important considerations, such as returning an injured worker to work.

If you think about it, if someone determines that someone can work, it doesn’t necessarily mean improving outcomes for an employee. In practice, a success plan is needed to improve the outcome. The plan should show how and why an employee will successfully perform their tasks over time. In fact, without such a plan, the applicant cannot return to work in a sustainable manner.

Each employee’s claim for compensation and each accident victim is different

I have written many articles about vocational education. Some articles cover retraining, career guidance, planning, disability assessment and other topics. More than once I was criticized and shouted for what others consider my “bias”. Many people believe that the only acceptable result for my clients is retirement. In other words, my clients are completely unable to work and work. This assumption is not only wrong, but also simply offensive.

In any case, the optimal outcome depends on the specific facts and circumstances. This mainly depends on the person injured at work, his medical limitations and other individual factors. Professional services, especially vocational training plans, are often needed to ensure optimal outcomes for job seekers. Unfortunately, I am afraid that this aspect of improving return to work is not addressed in the professional recovery project. This is probably a list of consultants of the project. Do you see any representation of applicants about workplace accidents? It seems that there is no voting for those who have been injured at work.

Employee complaints concern people

If you ask me, it takes more than just definitions to improve the outcome of an employee compensation claim, or L.I. This requires empathy and an understanding of the unique problems people face after a work injury. In addition, you should listen, cooperate and be open.

If you give strength to the seekers and give them hope, they will take control of their lives. We need to be creative in their difficult living conditions and manage them. Why can’t we treat victims of workplace accidents as smart adults and talk to them about their future? Unfortunately, the results of the return-to-work evaluation for most staff are less than favourable to these people.

Comments and final thoughts

There seems to be a popular misconception. Contrary to what you think, most workers’ compensation claimants do not want to be completely incapacitated. According to my observations, most of them instead want to find a realistic solution for a productive life after an accident at work or a professional disease that has changed lives. For most, this means that they have the opportunity to make a full recovery.

It is clear that some people will never recover from accidents at work or occupational diseases. Ultimately, their goal is to achieve a stable and meaningful professional and personal life. If you want to improve your return to work, you need to think more about the injured employee.

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How Do You Feel About Leaving Work to Go Home?

Reluctance to give up work does not necessarily mean being a workaholic. There may be many reasons why we feel insecure, reluctant, or even afraid to quit our jobs at the end of each day. There are those who will not believe that this can be a “thing”; they can barely wait for the clock to arrive when they can finally walk through the door.

So why don’t some people want to quit their jobs?

The work environment is often familiar and routine, with the usual tasks that need to be performed every day. Despite the fact that we do not like our colleagues or work, we are used to tuning and what is expected of us. We can make jokes, have coffee and maybe even have lunch together. Staying longer, not wanting to leave on time can be good, especially when we are busy and busy with important work. We know and understand our role and can fly on autopilot, even when it causes stress and is not always comfortable.

When the house is tense, a difficult or chaotic job can seem like a place of order and balance. When life at home is unhappy, full of arguments or naughty children, we can find good reasons to stay at work rather than return home. When we don’t expect a warm welcome or we are particularly expected, it can be a relief to stay busy with something useful, especially when so many jobs are understaffed. In fact, a recent study found that one-third of employees worked overtime without paying 7 hours a week, and 1/14 did not take full leave last year.

Similarly, if the house is empty and lonely and has nothing to wait for to stay at work, this may be a more viable option. The prospect of starting to build a life and making new friends and interests can be overwhelming. When to start? When we are new to the area, recently divorced, divorced or survived, it can be difficult to keep everything together. There may be financial or confidence-building considerations that affect our ability or willingness to go out and communicate.

Sometimes it can be difficult to learn to trust others and build relationships on your own. At work, we have a clear role and status. We may have a position to keep; it informs others about who we are and why we are here. This is not the case in the “real world,” where people ask us questions about themselves and we risk being convicted, albeit officially, according to our answers. Disgust, rejection, dismissal or disinterest rarely happen at work the same way.

There are still those who struggle with FOMO, fear of missing out. If they do not work first or last, they may be concerned about what they lack, or are perceived as unemployed, insufficiently diligent, or perhaps even evading their responsibilities.

Some people suffer from imposter syndrome for fear that they are inadequate or incapacitated. They may be reluctant to sign up until they “recheck” for errors and make sure it is good enough. Sometimes you can spend hours checking and reviewing your work, so the thought of returning home can be very worrying.

In addition, there are concerns that if they are not at work, they will be asked to replace and respond to a question or request for information. Worrying that you will be found to be prone to mistakes or inefficiencies when you are not working can cause stress and cause fear to leave when others are still around.

If we are increasingly reluctant to leave work and return home, we may have to work on ourselves or risk more and more isolating ourselves from social life and existing and new relationships. Mastering the skills of working with different opinions and values, studying ourselves and growing up is a part of adult life, but requires constant effort and dedication.

Passing therapy to overcome negative thinking stereotypes can be a valuable step towards increasing self-confidence and self-esteem. Then we can gradually become more motivated to find people and groups that share common interests.

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Peace and Joy at Work

We spend most of the day at work. Where you work, the people who work for you, the people you work for, have a big impact on you. What do you look like when you come home after a bad day’s work? Your mood is lower than at your feet, and you better not rest.

That is why we have a great responsibility to ensure that the conditions in which we work and in which we spend so much time are favourable. If it’s toxic, make a plan. Easier said than done.

A friend of mine has worked for a prestigious international company for more than 30 years. Then they appointed a director whose purpose was to make people hell. A friend of mine has followed the right procedures to resolve the situation. But it was ignored. She was “poisoned” and it began to undermine her health. Eventually, she plucked up the courage and gave up. The move is radical and in fact so unfair, but for health reasons she had no choice.

Often we get stuck in this job and stay because we do not have the courage to run away and look for a new job. But it’s an unhealthy situation, and we’re slowly falling apart.

How can Christians follow the following instructions in such circumstances? 9 Bring slaves to become faithful workers, a bonus for their masters – without vulgarity, without petty theft.

How can you do your job with a song in your heart when you’re unhappy? It will be difficult to do what the boss expects when there are clouds around you.

Remember, we applied for a job. We went there on purpose and really got a job. Now it is our responsibility to follow each instruction in such a way that our work benefits us and the employer.

If you are in a position where you are uncomfortable getting up and going to work and you come home most of the night in a bad mood, ask God to help you make a difference. Be honest and say that you can not follow the instructions with the song in your heart, and list the reasons one by one. Write it down and ask God to guide you to the right answer.

Maybe you need to do something radical and look for another job. You may need to talk to your boss to see if you can handle the situation and improve the climate in the office. Maybe you should grasp this dream of doing your job, overcome fear, and do what God tells you to do.

Remember that God and His Spirit are with you. God wants to help you. Step by step. I am sure that God wants what is right for us, because He is our loving Father. Make it part of your everyday decisions, look for his direction and follow it. Here you will find joy and peace.

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Reflection
Are you really happy at work?
Is this where the Lord wants you to work?
Or is there something else you should pay attention to?

Pray
God, I know I need to change something, but I’m paralyzed by fear! Thank you for being there for me. Please give me some wisdom about what to say and what to do. Amen.

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L&I Claim Court Decision Prompts Changes to the Stay at Work Program in Washington State

What is the Stay at Work program?

In short, the WA-SAW program helps employers avoid compensation claims. From my point of view, it is designed specifically to provide employers with cost-effective indicators. However, this is a short-sighted programme. In practice, it ignores a few real concerns for applicants about workplace accidents. In addition, it often brings more lasting damage than good.

In my opinion, the important point is that L’I has little control over employers benefiting from WA-SAW. Back at work, many customers who have been involved in an accident in the workplace face a hostile work environment and over-critical performance. Many victims of workplace accidents report that they find it difficult to follow the treatment schedule, which slows down progress. However, these questions are largely ignored. In fact, claimants for compensation to employees are usually blamed and often punished for various problems that arise. For example, when an employer accuses an employee of having an easy job, it doesn’t work. This situation may result in the termination of compensation for lost time.

Make the program fairer for those who receive compensation

L’I recently announced changes to the WA-SAW program following a ruling by the Court of Appeal. Previously, employers could request compensation from the date of sending a brief description of the post to the doctor to review the claims of L’I for verification. The court ruled that this was inappropriate. Employers can now only claim reimbursement from the day the on-call service provider approves light work.

I personally believe that this is a step in the right direction. However, this is not enough. In order for employers to be eligible for WA-SAW benefits, the occupational injury claimant must: (a) be limited and unable to perform their normal work due to the circumstances surrounding the application, and (b) be released for medical reasons so that the attending physician can perform minor activities. The description of the easy task and the consent of the current supplier should be in writing.

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If done correctly and for the right reasons, the WA-SAW program can benefit both employers and employees.

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Light Duty Work in L&I Claims and Workers’ Compensation Claims

Offers for easy operating conditions

First of all, it offers employers reimbursement. Here, employers can reimburse costs if they place employees at work after an accident and offer them light work. It calls this “Stay at Work” (WA-SAW) program. If the applicant who is applying for an accident at work has limitations due to the conditions attached to the application, the employer can directly offer a job that falls under these restrictions. Interestingly, it considers easy work to be acceptable if it meets the following criteria:

1) The claimant of an accident at work must have restrictions due to the conditions associated with compensation to its employees. These limitations should affect their performance.

2) The employer must provide the attending physician with a written (and detailed) job description for easy work.

3) The provider of stevedoring services must approve the light service in writing.

Once the criteria are met, the employer can offer the employee an easy job. The supply of easy jobs varies greatly from employer to industry. For example, supermarkets often offer shareholders or controllers easy tasks such as greeting at the door. Another good example is sedentary office work. In addition, if the salary in the new job is 5% less (or less) than that of the employee previously received, the employee may claim the loss of the benefit.

The economic incentives of this program are beneficial to employers. In fact, the program has many other advantages. First, it helps to keep employers and employees connected in the recovery process after an accident at work. It also creates less ambiguity about the status of the staff member’s work. These benefits are only realized if the program is used for the right reasons. Unfortunately, this happens too often.

The reality of easy work in some of the claims of L’I

I’ve seen employers offer easy “jobs,” such as watching safety videos throughout the shift. I’ve also seen easy “work” suggestions when you’re sitting at a desk doing nothing. Obviously, this is not an easy job, and its only goal is to reduce costs. Employers sometimes ask claimants for compensation to perform duties that go beyond their job descriptions.

Some employers advise workers with easy work to prescribe medical appointments and treatment after hours. This can be tricky, if not impossible. Finally, many workers are placed under a working microscope while doing light work. For example, when the employer registers them a minute later. Another example: the employer writes them down for playing games on a mobile phone because of sheer boredom, because the easy job was business, not at the table. Another way is to record an employee when he puts a swollen leg on an office shelf to reduce pain and swelling until he or she does nothing. These are all practical examples. Surprisingly, the review of staff files raises the question of why this excessive performance control was not carried out prior to an accident at work or a professional illness.

Protect people with employee compensation claims

Previously, employers and administrative staff had called me to review L’I programs such as WA-SAW. Proponents of the program cite studies, diagrams, and data that show that an early return to work (even in an easy shift) significantly reduces long-term disability. I do not dispute these findings. I also want the employees I represent to regain their quality of life as quickly as possible, including full compensation potential. However, I believe that the WA-SAW program is often abused and does not achieve its objectives.

When employers use the program only to reduce costs, ignoring the applicant’s feelings or needs about work trauma, I too often find that employees are angry with their employer. I see how the work environment becomes hostile, I develop mental health problems, and accusations of L-I become unnecessarily controversial. For this reason, I will continue to advocate for a more employee-centered review of these motivational programs.

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Don’t Dream For Success Work For It

Success can be defined in many ways. But what is the same for everyone is that success will come only if you work for it. We’re so used to doing it easily. We want to have so much in life without really trying.

The reality is that dreams only work if you do. It is quite normal to dream of success. It is quite normal to dream about what your life should be like. It is an inspiring feeling that gives us purpose in life. Without our dreams and ambitions, we are nothing.

However, the problem here seems to be that too many people dream, and few of them try to pursue and realize those dreams. Dreams can have many positive effects on our motivation and general desire to do something. It affects our creativity to get new ideas. Although for some it is a waste of time; you give your brain the freedom to move, which can lead to the development of new ideas and creative solutions to the problems you may face.

But it is not enough to rely solely on reflection. You have to use this as an advantage to realize your dreams. So you need to know when to stop and when to act.
If you want to achieve what you are looking for, you have to act. Stop dreaming and make your ideas and dreams come true.

People often complain about everyday life. About the work they didn’t get, how well they got the job they have now, about the people in their lives, about the mistakes they’ve made, and what they’ve done or haven’t done. By nature, people like to complain almost everywhere when we do nothing to improve our lives. But it won’t lead to anything. If you know what you want from life and what your dreams are made of, you should definitely strive for it, not complain.

If you want change, make changes. So the moment you start to feel bad about yourself or feel prompted to complain about something, it usually means that it’s time to stop dreaming and start doing something. It’s time to act.

Success requires work. You have to make an effort if you want to see results in any area of your life.

Success requires work. You have to make an effort if you want to see results in any area of your life. So start with something and work to the end. No stop. You can work smartly and work hard to succeed.

Dreaming is important, but it is more important to work for a dream. Try to follow your dream boldly. Don’t dream about it. We have to work on that. Invest the time, energy, energy and resources you need to achieve your goals.

Dream of something beyond your means, something believable and practical. Believing in your dream, you can realize it with enough effort. So, whatever you do, make sure it helps you achieve your goals. Be the best at what you do. Give it 100%, work day and night to have a taste of success. Do what people admire at work.

Be the best at your job. Don’t let anyone make you feel inferior. Accept your strengths and weaknesses. No one is perfect. Love what you see in yourself and you will never cry about what society expects of you. Don’t just dream of doing what makes you happy, do it.

When a difficult situation arises, understand the problems and take action to make a difference. You have to take responsibility for the situation, not for the situation that supports you! So when the situation starts to get out of control, remember that there is nothing easy.

With the right thinking, an achievable and fulfilling dream becomes your new reality. If you know when to dream and when not, and when it is a good time to act and start working for it.

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How To Get God To Work Miracles More Through You

Do you want God to use you to perform signs and miracles? If so, know that you wished for something good. However, this is not just at will, but as a result of practical spiritual steps. This article presents six main ways to create signs and miracles.

Jesus answered and said to them, “Have faith in God. For truly I say to you, anyone who says this grief, “Be delighted and thrown into the sea,” and has no doubt in his heart, but believes that what he says will be done, he will have what he said. That’s why I tell you: whatever you ask, when you pray, believe that you will get them and you will receive them – Mark 11: 22-24 (NKJV).

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All christian believers must perform signs and miracles. However, very few Christians can do this in their lifetime and with different measures. This is because very few people are willing to create themselves for God’s use. But when we let go of all obstacles and commit ourselves to using God, the Lord will perform miracles and signs through our hands.

Some Christians have the gifts of the spirit that allow them to create signs and miracles. However, the extent to which God can use them still depends on them. Thus, the level to which you want to prepare determines the level of your miracles and signs.

Secrets of creation of signs and miracles

  1. Deep Faith in the Word of God

Our faith in God and His word determines the number of signs and miracles God can perform through our hands. And that’s a gross belief in the word of God. So it should be for you: if the Almighty God said it, then the case is done. It is a belief that does not question the word of God, but believes in it as it is written. This belief considers the word to be the last and sees it as the end of the debate.

Abraham had such faith. For example, when God promised that Sarah would have a son, Abraham never doubted him.

  1. Fasting and Prayer

This is important to prepare you for God’s use. Because it is time to wait for God quickly and seek Him in prayer. And it helps you to drown out the commandments of the flesh and become spiritually sensitive. So you tend to hear God speak to you. So, if you follow His instructions, God will perform signs and miracles through you.

In addition, our Lord Jesus advised the disciples to pray and fast if they could not heal a child with epilepsy. And we know that Jesus Christ spent 40 days and 40 nights before he fully began his short work on earth. So you can’t escape prayer and fasting if you want to create signs and miracles.

  1. Separation from God

Sometimes you need to be alone with God, away from distractions. This allows you to focus on God and the purpose for which you are looking for him. For example, Christ, although he was always busy, always separated to seek the Father’s God in prayer. Sometimes he would go away with the apostles from other disciples and people.

  1. Voice of God

When you hear about God, your faith is strengthened, and doubts and disbelief disappear. So you are sure that this will happen, as the Lord said. And if there is an obstacle in your way, it will not bother you at all.

For example, when God told Abraham that he would have a son, Abraham believed. Moreover, he was fully confident that he would. True to his faith, God gave him Isaac.

However, I recommend not looking for a voice so as not to hear the enemy. Let God speak to you in due course.

  1. Clear conscience

You need a clear conscience to make your faith work. So, if your conscience does not judge you, you will not wonder whether God will use you or not. And you expect Him to work with you as He has worked with the apostles. So have a clear conscience that is not offended by either God or man.

  1. Speak in bold.

This is another important secret of working on signs and miracles. Because Scripture says you get what you say. And it proves that you believe in God and His word. Therefore, the proclamation of God’s word of anything or of anyone with courage and faith commands signs and miracles.

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The Pros and Cons of Working for Yourself

The benefits of meaningful work

If your work makes sense:

You get more energy because what you do is important to you and you know that it benefits others. You have a purpose.
You are somehow contributing to the big picture, increasing your satisfaction.
Your ability to work at the highest level is maintained.
You spend your time at work that reflects your values.
You are more involved in your work, which increases your job satisfaction.
You enjoy going to work more and more every day.
When it goes beyond the meaning

Sometimes work can be meaningful, but other factors interfere with the expected satisfaction. I experienced this in my career as a Montessori teacher in elementary school, when the school changed direction. Teachers were asked to prepare more documents, which could have been made easier. Teachers’ contributions in many subjects were not properly assessed. The entire work environment has become more limited, leaving little room for innovation.

When the work environment goes against your personal style, it affects job satisfaction, even if you do a lot of work.

Be aware of your own work style and see where you can agree on certain changes. There may also be ways to find leeway to create more freedom to work in your own style. If not, maybe it’s time to think about a different environment.

What makes sense to you? I suggest you leave a comment below to share your thoughts on what you think is meaningful in your work or what you consider a meaningful career.

Estra Roell is a certified coach on the law of attraction, a certified end-of-life trainer and an advanced PSYCH-K facilitator┬«. She is the author of the e-book “4 Keys to Achieving Your Life Goal.” Estra helps women who are tired every day to go to “soul-sucking” work, just to pay the bills, find their divine purpose and do the meaningful work they love.

Fewer breaks

Office chatter can be tedious at times, and sometimes it’s hard to get the job done. Not to mention office meetings. Tell me honestly, have you ever worked because of a meeting?

Flexible schedule

If you have a meeting of parents and teachers, you don’t need to ask for permission to participate. If you want a haircut, go for it. Everything you want to do during the day is up to you, unless you find time to work to get paid. Your schedule is yours.

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Reaping the Benefits of Meaningful Work

“The waste of our donations brings suffering into our lives. It turns out not only mercy or “unhappiness” if we do not use the gifts given to us; we pay for them with our emotional and physical well-being. If we are our talents. Don’t use it for meaningful work, we fight. We feel disconnected and overwhelmed by feelings of emptiness, frustration, resentment, shame, disappointment, fear, and even sadness. Brene Brown

Whether you work for someone or are independent, purpose and meaning are important to your happiness and well-being. Studies have shown that most people actually consider meaningful work to be more important than their salary or position.
What is meaningful work?

A meaningful job is more than just a job to get a salary. What makes sense to our work is to do something that serves something or others outside of us.

What makes sense is unique to each person. Some people may find meaning in their work simply by changing their point of view. For work to be meaningful, you need to understand the “why” of your work. Try to think not only about what you are doing, to whom and what helps or enriches what you do. Why is your work important?

For many, the main thing is to align their hobbies, talents and interests with the tasks they perform at work. What do you like to do? What’s the good thing that turns you on? Where your passions and talents intersect, you will find meaning.

Meaningful work will always be in line with your values, so it’s important to understand what you think is most important to you. See how your career may or may not reflect the values you hold dear. If you work for a company, do their values match yours? The separation between your values and your values in the workplace destroys any sense of purpose and meaning.

“A meaningful career is a career in which we feel a genuine connection between the work we do and the larger life goal that goes beyond our “me.” Jori McKay

The benefits of meaningful work

If your work makes sense:

You get more energy because what you do is important to you and you know that it benefits others. You have a purpose.
You are somehow contributing to the big picture, increasing your satisfaction.
Your ability to work at the highest level is maintained.
You spend your time at work that reflects your values.
You are more involved in your work, which increases your job satisfaction.
You enjoy going to work more and more every day.
When it goes beyond the meaning

Sometimes work can be meaningful, but other factors interfere with the expected satisfaction. I experienced this in my career as a Montessori teacher in elementary school, when the school changed direction. Teachers were asked to prepare more documents, which could have been made easier. Teachers’ contributions in many subjects were not properly assessed. The entire work environment has become more limited, leaving little room for innovation.

When the work environment goes against your personal style, it affects job satisfaction, even if you do a lot of work.

Be aware of your own work style and see where you can agree on certain changes. There may also be ways to find leeway to create more freedom to work in your own style. If not, maybe it’s time to think about a different environment.

What makes sense to you? I suggest you leave a comment below to share your thoughts on what you think is meaningful in your work or what you consider a meaningful career.

Estra Roell is a certified coach on the law of attraction, a certified end-of-life trainer and an advanced PSYCH-K facilitator┬«. She is the author of the e-book “4 Keys to Achieving Your Life Goal.” Estra helps women who are tired every day to go to “soul-sucking” work, just to pay the bills, find their divine purpose and do the meaningful work they love.