Just in case all this isn’t a solid enough reason to get your Profit From Your Passion right now, here’s a scary fact from The Oxford Program that you should know:
There is a very specific type of depression called “Career Depression” that strikes people who find themselves locked into doing work that doesn’t match up with their true purpose in life.
Take a quick assessment: if you fit any of the criteria below you could be in danger of developing this debilitating condition…
Ask yourself the following questions:
Do you ever have nagging doubts about the future of your career?
Does your job often make you feel discouraged or depressed?
Are you unclear about your career goals or future (and unhappy as a result?)
Is a sense of joy or passion completely missing from your work?
If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, then you may need to take the signs of Career Depression very seriously.
Here’s why…According to The Oxford Program, Career Depression generally goes through three stages:
Stage 1: Career Dissatisfaction
Stage 2: Career Demotivation
Stage 3: Career Paralysis
Obviously, you don’t want to wait until you reach the “end of the line” before taking action! In fact, in a recent study at the Australian National University it was discovered that the wrong job can actually be bad for you – worse than having no job at all!
“...research showed that people who moved from being unemployed into poor-quality jobs were significantly more likely to be depressed…than those people who remained unemployed.” – Dr. Liana Leach, Centre for Mental Health Research
Let’s face it: depression is a very real and debilitating condition for millions of people. It causes feelings of hopelessness, mood swings, chronic fatigue, eating disorders and even thoughts of death and dying among those who don’t get help soon enough.
That’s why it’s so important for you to find out what you are truly meant to be doing here on Earth, and which career you will be happiest in starting today.
Why should your work be a source of depression for you, when it could be an endless source of emotional fulfillment and joyful confidence?
You can avoid having to suffer through any more years of “quiet desperation” by taking action today.