How To Bounce Back From A Career Rut In Four Easy Ways

Many people do not really enjoy their jobs, but they cannot quit considering the consistent flow of money into their checking accounts. They feel like they are stuck with the job and really do not like the job groove. If you feel the same and do not know where to turn to, you can follow these tips to get rid of your career rut.

  1. Practically approach a new career one step at a time

Don’t be so obsessed about the matter, but while keeping your current job, try to throw a few things towards your dream career. For example, if you currently work at a bar, but would one day want to become a movie star; do something every day that takes you closer to becoming one. Take auditions, acting classes, go to parties thrown by renowned media personalities to make contacts which will help you become a movie star. The attempts will definitely take you closer to becoming an actor.

  1. Pretend to be a millionaire

The first trick is effective if you already have a dream career; while many people are not even sure about what they want to do. Getting the answer to this problem is quite easy. Consider that you get fifty million dollars tomorrow for free. Think over what you would continue to do while what you’ll stop doing? If you see yourself working on music after that, you better start right away, because that is what you actually want to do.

  1. Make a dream journal

Another great method to find out what you want to do is to search for it within your subconscious. The subconscious provides many clues and hints regarding your likes and dislikes. So make a dream journal and try to note your dreams down for the next thirty days. At the end of the month, you will be able to figure out what your passion really is.

  1. Think out of the box

People who are in career ruts are generally responsible and are non-risk-taking. These people would rather stick to their current situations than taking a risk to change them. Sometimes, this safe thinking actually works against you. Try thinking out of the box and go against your personality norms. Get out of your comfort zone for once to check how new experiences feel like. Experiment with different activities and you might just select a career along the way.


Pakistan Protestors Take Over National Television Headquarters – Armed Forces Called To Restore Order

The recent protests in Islamabad have been riling up as people all over the nation started to show support. The protestors were holding ground close to the parliament building before they were ordered to march ahead. The protestors went on to infiltrate the Pakistan Television headquarters. All private television channels meanwhile covered the event as all these people entered the PTV building.

The broadcasters temporarily suspended the transmission while the protestors took charge of the PTV cafeteria before leaving the office. Mohammad Malick, the MD of PTV told the press that the army had saved them immediately after he had called for help.

Political analysts claim that Nawaz Sharif’s government has so far been unable to tackle the protests that are underway in the capital city since 2 weeks. The civilian police have been unable to coup with the situation which is why he had to seek the army’s help. The army however, is already suspected of undermining the Prime Minister and probably even deposing him.

The protestors refuse to step down unless the Mr. Nawaz Sharif resigns, which he and his party have repeatedly refused to. According to the news, the Prime Minister of the country has been completely unable to handle the situations in the capital.  The government is hence, facing continuous erosion.

The Chief of Army Staff, General Raheel Sharif has met with both the leaders of the protestors and the ruling party in an attempt to resolve the issue, however, he has not accomplished much so far. The leaders from Mr. Nawaz Sharif’s party claim that the protestors and their leaders are backed by the Army’s generals. The governance and politics of Pakistan are definitely taking an acute turn at this point.