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You Are Worth More Than 2nd Thoughts, Maybes, & What-ifs

by | May 24, 2021 | 0 comments

Monday …

It’s the first day of the workweek for many high-level Directors, VPs, and Executives. And the data tells us that most Executives will spend 40 to 60 hours a week at their job.

  • 85% of those Executives will spend that many hours of their week working a job they hate (Gallup Poll)

Spending that much of your time — day in and day out — doing something you dislike or even hate has a profound effect on every other area of your life. 

The most successful high-level employees experience:

  • burnout,
  • overwhelming stress,
  • anxiety about their work,
  • and a host of other mental and physical health issues

These issues blend into families, relationships, performance, and ultimately affect your growth.

So, here’s the thing… if you’re unhappy in your current work situation:

  • You don’t have to wake up knowing that you’re going to do work you dislike
  • You don’t have to be a statistic.
  • Your work is important and should be a reflection of your values and what you want for your life.

If you’re ready to … learn how to find and land a job you love — one that enhances your life, let’s talk.

Executive Career Upgrades is a top-rated executive career coaching company with a mission to help Directors, VPs, Execs, and seasoned professionals targeting 6 figures or multiple six figures to land the job and money they deserve in the marketplace.

Schedule your FREE introductory Career Acceleration Session to learn more about our proven blueprint for success: https://go.oncehub.com/CareerAcceleration.

You are worth more than 2nd thoughts, maybes, and what-ifs.

Thank you,

Tim Madden, MBA | Executive Career Upgrades

P.S. We provide executive career coaching services to Directors, VPs, and Executives that are looking to commit to their career acceleration. YOU can land the JOB YOU LOVE in 90 days!

Check out our impressive clients (Jenny, Rachael, Kelly, MaryBeth, Matt, Mark, Bret, and Shantanu) in this short video 2-minute videoclick here.