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David Patterson, President of The Kineta Group – A member of the Sanford Rose Associates® network of offices, Featured in Fast Company, Six Ways To Pull Yourself Out Of A Work Slump
Plano, TX | 10/13/2017
By: Stephanie Vozza
Sometimes it’s more than just a case of the Mondays. When you don’t want to go to work on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday–or any day–you could be in a slump. Luckily, it’s not uncommon, and it is something you can fix, says Rosemary Haefner, chief human resources officer at CareerBuilder.
This might be the hardest step of all, says David Patterson, president of The Kineta Group, an executive search firm. “Most people find that the very reason they are in a slump is because they feel unmotivated, and because of that they find it difficult to tackle the tasks that are needed in order to break out of their slump,” he says. “Without that motivation, they don’t take action, and their slump gets worse, which makes it harder to find the motivation to take action, and so on goes the cycle.”