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So burned out on work now.

Discussion in 'Jobs & Careers' started by LTE, Apr 19, 2012.

  1. Apr 19, 2012 at 1:07 PM
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    LTE

    LTE [OP] NRA Benefactor Member

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    in my own little world
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    07 SR5II;K&N Air Ram;EZ Down;FLyzeyes LED
    window tint, step bars, K&N Cold Air Ram kit; Flyzeye LED interior console light
    Can't stand it. I loathe it. They won't promote me, or even consider moving me to another position that would better suit my skills.

    Can't find anything else. I would do something manual but I've had back surgery.

    Just situation just out right sucks.
     
  2. Apr 19, 2012 at 1:09 PM
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    Jester243

    Jester243 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

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    2008 Doublecab 4x4 IRP
    Lifetime LED 70W headlights 10-8-14 (set #2) Sylvania Silverstar fogs, front side windows tinted 27% to match the others, added Tacomaworld.com sticker, suspension TSB as of 7-21-09, Devil Horns by Andres, BFG's, Alpine with Bluetooth and Ipod contols, Rear view mirror relocation bracket, Ultragauge...
    What do you currently do?
     
  3. Apr 19, 2012 at 1:10 PM
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    SnowroxKT

    SnowroxKT AK SnowroxKT

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    Kyle
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    Airlocker, Fox coilovers, Eibach Springs, OME rear suspension, XRC Comp 9500 winch, offroad lights, Brute Force sliders, AFE Pro Dry S filter, sway bar delete, deck plate, blinker relocate, rear dif breather extension, no carpet.
    Can you transfer to a different area? different boss?
     
  4. Apr 19, 2012 at 2:17 PM
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    LTE

    LTE [OP] NRA Benefactor Member

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    window tint, step bars, K&N Cold Air Ram kit; Flyzeye LED interior console light
    I work in insurance. To me it's the most uninteresting thing in the world.

    It's not my supervisor, it's the job itself. Because it's a performance based job, my rating is not as good as other people, so managment won't even consider moving me to another position.
     
  5. Apr 19, 2012 at 2:31 PM
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    yarik83

    yarik83 Well-Known Member

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    Right now truck is stock. Bought it used but planning a mountain bike rack, tow ball thingie and some sort of truck bed cover
    There is no job in this world that keeps you excited and after 15 years of employment in various industries I have yet to see a single boss promote anyone out of goodness of their heart. Most promotions are earned because someone retired and someone else moved into that position and it trickles down the food chain. Most people wake up, go to work, come back from work, go to sleep, wake up, go to work....

    Realistically speaking your only way of earning more money is to switch companies (which most people do multiple times in their lifetime).

    I can't and I won't tell you to suck it up because we all go through burnouts. Get some rest, take a vacation, get a life coach, pick up a hobby, hobbies, develop a routine which you do DAILY.

    For example I walk 1.5 mi every day to walk off my stress and burn off cubicle fat. I also have hobbies and every day I have the same schedule which includes work, rest, entertainment.

    If you do want to look around... look around but do so candidly and NEVER mention it at work.
     
  6. Apr 19, 2012 at 2:43 PM
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    BAMFTACO

    BAMFTACO Pabst Blue Ribbon on ice

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    Lift- stock suspension with light racing uppers,tc coil bucket gusset, timbern bumps ,defined extended shackles with shackle brace. Armor- custom tube bumper, kr fab rear bumper,trail gear wiy 78 in sliders Performance-intake manifold spacer, vibrant resonator Random stuff- kenwood head unit,b&m t shifter, hood bug deflector.
    I'm about to quit my job. Just the people I work with and lots of bullshit issue that is not needed here
     
  7. Apr 19, 2012 at 2:47 PM
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    jberry813

    jberry813 The Mad Scientist

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    TRD Supercharger, URD 7th Injector Kit, Total Chaos LT, King Coilov....too much shit to list.
    ^Listen to this guy! I could not have said it any better.

    Do something to break up your day. I eat my lunch at my desk and go to the gym during my actual lunch hour. Believe it or not, doing something different before/after work instead of the same routine makes the actual work day go by faster. It gives you something to reflect on or look forward to.
     
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