We often associate formulas with mathematics, however they are hugely beneficial to use in many other circumstances that donâ€™t include just numbers.
Figuring out what you need from your current or future job can help you create a career path that best fits your personality, needs, ambitions, and lead to a more fulfilling life.Â I call this your “work-happiness formula“.
Take a moment to list out the factors that are important to you.
Once you have your factors, take the top 5-7 and place a multiplier in front of them (not exceeding 100%) in order to prioritize them.
Unlike math formulas, your equation may change over time as you grow and learn more about yourself.
What does your equation look like?
(.25)Time with Family + (.10)Health Insurance + (.30)Challenging Work + (.15)Positive Work Environment + (.20)Compensation = 🙂
Smorgasbord of Factors:
Ability to Learn New Skills
Surrounded by People Who Work Hard
Time with Family
Recognition for Contributions
Room for Growth