Want to know my biggest problem when I started working? I was too loyal.
I put up with too many things that no employee should have to put up with... And as a result, I wound up disengaged, unhappy, and resentful. Now, those feelings were completely justified, yet the simple truth is that living like that is NOT a fun (or constructive) place to be. Feeling sorry for myself didn't make me feel better. It didn't help my work situation. And it certainly didn't improve my career and help me grow. Yet, as a result of some early experiences, I've since figured out (and now show others) how to find and get a meaningful job you LOVE with an inspiring company that appreciates you. See, the key to opening unlimited opportunities for yourself and escaping your crappy job is this simple truth: You've got to position yourself as both rare and in demand. Think about the commonalities between professional athletes, celebrities, and movie stars. They're all rare - there's only one of each of them. And they're all in demand - they provide a unique skill set that no one else can. You can position yourself this way too so that you have your pick of amazing job opportunities. Here's how: