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Where is the finish line? | Am I lacking motivation to progress and improve in my career?
By Singaporean Talks Money  •  March 18, 2022
Having started work officially since I graduated university in 2019, I have changed job once and faced different bosses with very different working styles at both jobs. I have had to adjust myself and make sure that I am not pissing my boss off at work haha. And it’s tough when I changed jobs during the pandemic and have not met my current boss in real life ever since starting work. Virtual meetings are the only way for her to communicate with me and it gets awkward at times because I am not someone who can talk a lot and I try to really keep my personal life away from work so I don’t share much. Seeing many articles about The Great Resignation makes me think is there really the perfect job? Besides thinking whether I have the ‘perfect job’, I cam across this article from Rice Media which was...
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By Singaporean Talks Money
I am currently a 23 year old university student in SIM. I hope to be able to grow my money and see the power of compound interest. I became interested in investing when I took a gap year and worked full-time. I realized that by just saving, it was very difficult to achieve my financial goals hence i read up on investing.

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2 responses to “Where is the finish line? | Am I lacking motivation to progress and improve in my career?”

  1. J Goh says:

    I went through a similar journey adulting and trying to make sense of life, career and finances. I pushed through 3 degrees and yet still felt unfulfilled. Then I discovered the journey of self reflection and with the right frameworks through counseling and coaching obtained greater clarity of my self identity, values and aspirations. I encourage you to consider perhaps similar reflection on life as a reset. Let the running hamster get off its wheel that leads it nowhere.

    • Derek says:

      Hi J Goh,

      Thanks for sharing your own experience. I am sure the author appreciate your comments and she will only grow stronger.


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