You have had a history of feeling like you know everything there is to know at your current job. That's probably been the case at other jobs you've had in the past. 2020 is not going to change that outlook, but it could change how you respond to it. If you've been at this job for a while, it's time to ask the big question: are you too big for your current position? Starting in January of 2020, you're going to take a close look at what you're currently doing and see if it's where you still need to be. It might well be time to move on. Or you might well find that you're good where you are and that there's still plenty of growing to do. The big question to ask as you look around the place, though, is: am I the best person here? If the answer is yes, you definitely need to move on to somewhere where you can learn from the people around you. 2020 is when you're going to level up a bit and try to grow into your next incarnation. In this next year, you'll discover talents you didn't know you had and learn a lot about yourself: what you're capable of and where you hit a wall. It's time for you to go somewhere where you're a little over your head. Nothing crazy, but just enough to make you sweat a little. Level up!
That analysis you're doing in January should also involve a thorough list of likes and dislikes about your current job. What are some things you notice about the list? Is it out of balance? Are there maybe more things you like than you realized? Remember: just because something has a number of positive qualities doesn't mean you shouldn't leave it. But if it has a number of negative ones, you should DEFINITELY leave it. This is the beginning of your plan for the 2020 year, so hold on to it and keep it handy.
March 2020 is when some work-related stresses are going to reach a fever pitch. This could be something that's been brewing for a while (and that you've been aware of), or something coming out of nowhere. As best as you can, keep your head together during this time. Don't let other people pull you into their stresses. This doesn't mean you don't help someone out if they ask for it: by all means, do. But if you find that people want to pull you into drama and gossip, avoid it like the plague and keep your head down, nose to the grindstone. There's nothing you'll benefit from with that and you'll only add to your own stress. Show your superiors during this time that you're reliable and that they can count on you. They need this right now, especially going into April 2020. They won't forget the service and strength you provide them. You don't have to toot your own horn, but be visible with everything you do. This will pay off for you later in the year.
September is when you'll want to pull out that likes and dislikes list you made earlier in the year. Pull that out and take a look at where you are currently. Is it still accurate? Would you adjust something from one column to another? Make a note of that and see if your current work situation has gotten better or worse. As you can imagine, if it's better, stay the course. But if it's worse, you need to get out of there immediately. Spend the rest of 2020 coming up with immediate employment alternatives if you can't get to good longer-range ones. And don't forget about the longer terms goals. Keep moving towards them and make sure you're never the smartest person in the room.
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