Why we don’t like our jobs.

Hi Accented Family

I thought about it and came to the conclusion that if everyone had a specific goal in mind as crazy and outrageous as they might think it is even though they are in a job that is not satisfying, we would be way more upbeat and optimistic, because the tunnel vision outlook would surely provide for the optimism.

I remember working a 7-5 job. I had no vision or life goal at that time. It made me so anxious to go to work everyday, I would literally get told after trial basis in most jobs, that I was not “needed” for the job anymore.
I never had a job for more than 5 months at a time since the age of 21 years.
I literally only had one job where I worked 6 years for longest time.

Luckily I had started to develop a long term goal within my last job of 6 years where I was a little more optimistic even though the job made me feel more anxious as time passed. I had then written out my future goals which was great.

Then it happened. Homelessness and joblessness struck. I was even riddled with adderall at the time, a drug for Attention deficit disorder which is what I have. I experienced panic attacks on a daily basis while sitting in my car having to work out where I was going to get my next meal.
Optimism was very much still there, because I knew I would come out of this slump if I consistently keep to my routine, schedules and life goal. I finally got rid of the adderall and focused on life with everything I had within me.

I have to add that being in the U.S, I find it much easier to get out of a slump then in my home country, South Africa.
Here in the U.S I feel like I can do anything I set my mind to, because it’s just a matter of consistently
working on your goal. No, I’m not delusional, just very realistic.

My online mentor, Stuart Ross in this six figure mentor community I belong to, has truly inspired me…..bare in mind I’m already inspired and motivated from what I’ve already achieved.
Stuart has elevated my sense of will to keep moving forward to greater heights and I couldn’t be more inspired and focussed.

Life takes you places that you carve for yourself. If you think having a 9-5 job is a secure position in life, guess what, you will get results of a 9-5 worker.
If you think you’ve survived simply because you completed another week at work, you’ll feel a bit drained just because you thought “phew, I survived!”

I refuse to think this way. Instead, I think…”In 6 months I will have a certain amount of money along with the strategies I’ll implement to get it. Then in a year I’ll have “X” amount of money. Then in 3 years I’ll have “X” amount of money…..then eventually in 5 years time I’m going to be a millionaire”

You can check out here to see why I’m so exited about my life.
http://connect.thesixfigurementors.com/sp/free-trial-long-vid/sales-pages?id=worldcitizen1938

I’m exited because why would I give up now when life is present me with so many possibilities?

Peace everyone
The Accented Guy
Quinnie

Author: Quinton R

AUTHOR BIO It's a tree with a chair on top and Jesus is balancing the chair while a black cat is charging at Jesus. This is how Quinton remembers phone numbers. Friend: "So when you get to Rice Street, you need to turn left". Quinton: "Ok, give me a second to memorize that. Yes, I can see mice all over that street eating at the rice, hence the street name. The mice are all leaning to the left and at the same time they have tattoos on their foreheads that reads "L" for loser. Oh, and they're sad, because they are all losers" Quinton is a South African native who literally is a "Jack of all Trades". Born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1977 during Apartheid. His ADHD as a child has helped him to early on in his life figure out how to think and do things the unconventional way without him knowing it was actually a very unusual way. He had a fairly good childhood upbringing according to himself. He couldn't understand why he wasn't suppose to interact with "white" people during that time, but that didn't deter him from asking questions and being inquisitive. He had built bikes so he could do stunts, learned how to juggle, taught himself to be a gymnast, studied the tennis pro's by meticulously copying every single move they made, played amateur soccer and held the highest record among his friends for tapping a football over a thousand times in one take, co founded an a Capella group called Young Ambition where he was the lead singer, was a stand up comedian for 6 months, annoyed his teachers at school, was the life of the party everywhere he went, toured the U.S, got married to an American, had two daughters, got divorced after 11 years and currently an online entrepreneur. Oh, he also created online YouTube music, calls himself "The Accented Guy" and taught himself to play the keyboards, became a skilled jazz musician, because his voice started giving in. He's played with well known bands all over town and in other states. He experimented using Jazz to incorporate it into heavy metal, rock, European progressive classical music etc. and also studied languages whereby his goal is to speak Spanish fluently by the end of 2017

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