Part of settling into a new job is organizing your work space.
When I first started working for Storage Depot, I spent 2 days organizing my office. The work space would simply not do!
Of course, you would never throw things away without asking a supervisor. My boss was very supportive of my reorganization, which was encouraging.
I don’t have much organized in my new office because I just moved in today. My antsy, get-things-fixed-now nature wants things to speed up.
I’m trying something new though….
It’s called waiting.
Okay, okay waiting is not a new concept, but I’m not one to wait around for long.
I’ve been so busy with various projects that getting my office situated is the last thing on my mind. Plus, my training involves 5 people, which means I have to work around their schedules.
All of these factors are forcing me to see what’s really important: Getting the work done.
Moving from a temporary work space to a messy work space has not bothered me. Too much is happening to care!
How does this crazy glimpse into my mind help you?
This whole experience has me thinking that impatience causes us to miss out on good things.
When this room is cleaned…
When this job is finished…
When I get back from vacation…
…then I will be satisfied.
The only problem with completing one “when” is that the next “when” is right around the corner.
How about being content now?
Your current situation won’t stay unresolved for long.
Move on! Get happy!
Maybe there would be greater job satisfaction if more people thought this way. I have no proof to support my theory, but it makes sense to me.