Isn’t contrast useful? After all, without illness we wouldn’t appreciate good health, a new career wouldn’t be new without having had an old career; if we had holidays all year round, they wouldn’t be as enjoyable; if we didn’t have pain, we wouldn’t recognise bliss; without being broke, we wouldn’t value money; if we hadn’t chosen the wrong partner, we wouldn’t know a better match.
The world has done a bit of a ‘back flip’ since the credit crunch and we are still in the aftermath, but once it has all settled, perhaps it will be a better place? Communities pulling together, countries helping each other out, appreciating simple things that don’t cost much, lower interest for mortgages.
Work-wise, if you hadn’t had a bad job, you wouldn’t know a good one; experiencing a poor boss helps you be a better boss yourself; you only know you are in the right new career having experienced the wrong one. Are you truly happy in your career? Did you fall into it by accident? Many people do. Download our free 30 page report and find out