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Am I really evolving when doing the same job everyday ?

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Last Updated: 03/17/2020 at 12:33pm
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February 10th, 2015 4:00pm
Doing the same thing you don't like everyday it will get you on a dead point but if you're doing the thing you like everyday, means you overcome the man you used to be yesterday and preparing for the man you'll be tomorrow.
September 4th, 2015 8:43pm
It depends on how you feel and how much you want to evolve in your position. Only you have those answers inside of you. If you struggle to find the answer perhaps seeking another opinion or a life coach can help you with the answers you seek.
November 3rd, 2015 8:43pm
you can always learn something new even after repetition! the learning helps you to evolve and become better and better
November 9th, 2015 2:12am
If you find yourself in the same position with no open opportunities then no you are not. Try to aim for places or areas in your life that will help you get further and move up.
February 29th, 2016 3:50am
Absolutely! Just because you do the same job every day doesn't mean you have to do it the same way every day. When you look for ways to better your performance, quality of work, or introduce new ideas to your workplace then you're continually developing yourself as a person.
May 4th, 2015 11:43pm
Of course. Sometimes people feel "defined" by their careers, and thus motivated to have a career that they find deeply fulfilling. That's perfectly okay. It's also okay to feel as if your career is just something you "do," and not who you are. Everyday you are presented with different situations, and you make different decisions based on those situations. You are learning and growing every single day.
July 24th, 2015 8:37am
It is depend on individual. maybe yes, maybe not. you more expert with who is yourself. make it simple. You don't like it, just quit.
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April 11th, 2016 6:11am
You can request to do things out of your job scope to learn more if you feel that you are not growing in anyway.
June 27th, 2016 1:48pm
I look at evolving as continuing to learn. I may be doing the same job everyday, but am I learning something somewhere in my life? At my job, I tend to ask a lot of questions about learning more about my job. Seek out the potential to learn more skills or higher position responsibilities. That helps me some.
November 22nd, 2016 11:43am
It really depends on whether the job brings you any enjoyment and how fulfilled you feel with the tasks at hand. Do you feel appreciated in your current position? Do you feel like you can achieve more, but are not given enough chances? Answers to these and other questions can help you feel more fulfilled and make the right choice towards hapiness.
December 24th, 2018 4:46pm
Yes. You are getting better at it every time you do it. It can get discouraging when you think that doing the same thing every day won't help you in any way, but practice makes perfect. For example, a basketball player might be doing the same practice every day, but after a while of doing that practice, they will be so much better at what they do than when they first started. You sound discouraged, and it might also be that you just don't like the job that you are doing or maybe someone or something that is a part of the job. If that is the case, see if there is anything that you can do to take care of that.
March 17th, 2020 12:33pm
It matters how you perceive it, you can do the same work and grow from it , if you put dedication and observation to it. Just being in the moment is the key, with dedication and hard work you get better at everything you do so yeah you can say that you are really evolving when doing the same job everyday I hope you are getting what I am trying to convey here. Follow it with focus dedication hard work and consciousness then you grow faster and better then dragging yourself unwilling everyday like a torture to yourself you know