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RaideNGoDxD14 karma

Thanks for the AmA.

I am now a corporate professional for about 2+ years. I find myself losing interest quickly after about 3 months in a new job. Also working from home leaves me much more vulnerable to distractions and I find myself losing interest in my work quickly.

I've tried to make lists, prioritize tasks, and schedule my day as much as possible. These have helped, especially when I started, but now I find myself losing interest gradually despite taking these steps. I'm afraid that this may lead to quality issues in my work down the line. So how should I go about remedying this?

RaideNGoDxD7 karma

The first two questions in your third paragraph kinda hit the nail on the head.

I have recently transitioned into this field, and my expectations from my work, and what I have actually been doing, were (are?) very different.

To answer the third question, I haven't actually set any benchmarks for myself. I really need to do something about that over the next weekend.

Thanks again. I've a lot to think about and reorganize.

RaideNGoDxD5 karma

I think what they meant is to apply what they've learned in practice in their own work.

RaideNGoDxD3 karma

Idk man I'm sure they have their reasons. Here in India, we don't even have a concept of a "career coach" as a separate entity. So I just typed out my issues and I'm pretty satisfied with the response I got.