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Curb Your Librarian Frustration in 8 Steps – Stephen’s Lighthouse
(Hat Tip and footnote for some of the words to Marc Ensign of MarcEnsign.com and NotAnotherSEOBlog.com who inspired me with this post: http://www.problogger.net/archives/2012/09/16/curb-your-blogging-frustration-in-8-steps/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ProbloggerHelpingBloggersEarnMoney+%28ProBlogger%3A+Helping+Bloggers+Earn+Money%29.)
It’s the start of a new month. Are you frustrated yet? Is your job driving you crazy? Your boss? Your customers? Are you thinking too much about quitting, retiring, vacationing, or abandoning your dreams? Do you fantasize your hands around someone’s neck?
Now, before you fold your arms and stomp off into the sunset there is something you should know. This is normal. Every professional worth their salt and who has had an ounce of success has been there. If you care, you get frustrated . . . and sometimes angry, demotivated or sad. Worry when you’re at the point of “whatevah.” Whenever you experience one of those moments (or weeks, months, etc.) you have to spend some time considering your choices and reconnecting to your passion. Passion drives most of us – it’s what makes librarians put up with the pay! 😉 Luckily for the world, most of us choose to keep going and making a difference.
And you should too. If no one has told you lately . . . you matter. Librarians matter. Information matters.
So, before you throw in the towel, or just wallow in the blues and self pity, let’s think about how to curb some of that frustration a bit so you can get back to striving for success, innovation, great client interactions, fame and fortune (well maybe not the fortune… tongue firmly in cheek). Let’s move on and make a difference in the world. Read more…