15 Ways To Inspire New Enthusiasm At Work When You’re Feeling Apathetic
A recent post from the Forbes Coaches Council section: “When you start a new job, you’re usually excited about all the new possibilities and opportunities. But after a few years, it’s easy to lose that excitement—especially if you weren’t particularly thrilled about the job in the first place.
“While in some cases this loss of enthusiasm can indicate a need to find another position, many cases simply warrant a change in attitude. Even the members of Forbes Coaches Council and their clients have experienced these slumps, but they’ve also discovered how to move past them.” Tom Larkin, a Forbes Coaches Council member, shared his inspiration.
Look At Work As A Personal Branding Opportunity Renew your enthusiasm in a couple ways. Think yourself into a new way of behaving or behave yourself into a new way of thinking. Both can spark enthusiasm and energy. After the new job starts becoming ho-hum, consider your work as a personal branding opportunity. Consider every interaction and work output a matter of brand. Develop a checklist of your reputation behaviors you want to be known for .
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Tom is a recognized national leader as a communications and customer experience consultant, facilitator, and coach. With over 25 years of experience, Tom helps organizations build and sustain exceptional service cultures. His focus is on shaping the attitudes and disciplines that elevate communication, foster long-term relationships, and create memorable customer experiences that drive growth.