In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who spent seven years as a professional soldier. In the military he was good at his job, was a leader, enjoyed being part of something greater than himself and he had a steady paycheck. After retiring from the military, he made a career change to become a financial planner which in his words, has been “disastrous.” He wonders if he has made the right choice and asks if he is better suited to something else career-wise.
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“Entrepreneurs and people on commission don’t mind the struggle or not making money, because they believe in themselves. It’s exciting for them to imagine and work towards the day that they make it and their hard work pays off. They experience fear and uncertainty, but they thrive in that environment. Entrepreneurs and commissioned sales people like their independence and depending upon themselves to produce results. They like the challenge. Those who have an employee mentality are better suited to a steady paycheck they can count on to pay their bills. They tend to prefer structure and a regimented atmosphere where they know what to do and what is expected of them. If you choose a job or career that is not aligned with your true nature, it will be a significant challenge to feel happy and fulfilled. Being unhappy in a job, career or business will negatively affect your health, relationships, finances and your ability to find consistent joy in your life. The more passion you feel for your chosen profession, the harder you will work at it and the more your earning potential will increase as your experience and skill-set grows.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne