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  • Hi there, it's J.T., and today I'm going to explain how to know if it's time to find a new job.

    嗨,我是 J.T.,今天我要來解釋如何知道何時該找新工作。

  • By the end of this video, you're going to have a simple framework to help you determine if it's time to make a change in your career.

    這支影片結束時,你就會學到一個簡單的架構,協助你決定是否該做出職涯改變。

  • The strategy I'm about to share with you has helped thousands of our Work It Daily clients figure out if they should stay where they are or make a shift.

    我要和你分享的策略已經幫助了幾千名 Work It Daily 的客戶明白自己該留下還是作出轉變。

  • I'm gonna break this down into three easy steps.

    我會把這個策略分成三個簡單的步驟。

  • We're gonna start with step one, which is understanding the "experience-plus-learn equals-grow" equation for success.

    我們從第一步開始:了解「經驗 + 學習 = 成長」這個成功公式。

  • So the reality is, if you aren't growing in your job today, you're dying.

    其實,若是你在現有的工作中並沒有成長,你就是在漸漸凋零。

  • What I mean by that, is that the experiences that you have should be something that's building up your skill sets.

    我的意思是,你所經歷的一切應該要加強你的專業技能。

  • And it's really important that every few months, we take a step back.

    我們每隔幾個月就要做一件非常重要的事,就是往後退一步。

  • We look at the work that we've done, and decide whether or not the experiences we had are helping us learn and grow into better professionals.

    檢視我們所做過的工作,並決定這些經驗是否幫助著我們成長成更優秀的專業人士。

  • If you wanna learn more about the "experience plus learn equals grow" model, check out the video that we've got up here, which really goes into greater detail.

    如果你想更深入學習「經驗 + 學習 = 成長」模型,去看看我們放在上方的影片,它解釋得更加詳細。

  • So let me give you an example.

    我來舉個例。

  • Imagine you were assigned a really unhappy client at your company, and you worked very hard to turn the situation around.

    想像一下你在公司被分派到一位不悅的客戶,然後你非常努力地扭轉這個情況。

  • And the good news is, is at the end of it, the client was giving rave reviews about their experience with you, and even renewed their contract with the company.

    好消息是,結束時,客戶對你的服務大加讚揚,甚至和公司續約。

  • This is an example of an experience where you would step back, analyze the steps and methodology you took to turn the client around.

    這個例子所描述的經驗中,你會退一步來分析自己改變客戶的步驟及方法。

  • And then share with your manager how you were gonna use that methodology to help other clients.

    然後再和主管分享你將如何使用那套方法來協助其他客戶。

  • This is a sign of professional growth.

    這就是專業成長的標誌。

  • If you have experiences like this in your current job, then you are some place with lots of opportunities to help you succeed.

    如果你在現在的工作中有得到像這樣的經驗,那你所在的地方提供了很多幫助你成功的機會。

  • You're growing, not dying.

    你正在成長,而非凋零。

  • So now I wanna hear from you.

    現在呢,我想聽聽你的經驗。

  • In the comments below, tell me about a time where you were really able to learn and grow from an experience you had on the job.

    在下方留言告訴我,你在工作中真的學習且成長許多的經驗。

  • So now that you have that understanding, it's time to move onto step two, which is analyzing and making sure the experiences you're having are helping you grow in three particular ways.

    現在你對以上有所了解後,接著來看到第二步:分析並確認這些經驗正協助你以三個特定方式成長。

  • The best way to move forward in your career is to make sure that you're having experiences that let you learn and grow in three ways.

    在職涯中向前行的最佳方式就是確保你的工作經驗讓你在三個面向中學習和成長。

  • Via financial, influence, and skills.

    通過財務、影響力及技能。

  • So let me break that down for you.

    讓我來一一說明。

  • So you want opportunities in an organization that will let you build up your income.

    你會希望在一個組織中獲得增加收入的的機會。

  • Opportunities to get raises for cost of living, or promotion.

    依物價調漲薪水或是升遷的機會。

  • If this is things that are important to you, then you have to make sure that this company is giving you the opportunities to do that.

    如果這些對你來說很重要,那你就必須確保公司有提供你這些機會。

  • The second one was influence, and by this, I mean power and control over your career.

    第二個是影響力,意思是對於自己職涯的權力及掌控力。

  • The more influence you have in terms of the respect and the support from your peers and your managers, the better.

    對同事及主管的尊敬與支持擁有越大的影響力越好。

  • So these experiences where you have success is going to help you earn that trust and respect.

    而工作上的成經驗就會幫助你贏得那些信任及尊敬。

  • And the last one is the skills themselves.

    最後一個面向則是技能本身。

  • Because the reality is, you have to stay relevant to your work.

    因為事實上是,你必須和自己的工作保持密切關係。

  • Just like we gave in that previous example, as you're building up your skill sets, you're more valuable to an employer.

    就想我們剛剛舉例說到的,越加強自己的技能,你對雇主來說就越有價值。

  • So if you feel like you're hitting a dead end in any of these areas, then it's time to make a change.

    所以如果你覺得自己在以上任何一個方面都面對絕境,是時候做出改變了。

  • And let's talk about that in step number three.

    接下來我們來談談第三步。

  • So the last step in the process is to make the decision of whether or not to leave, and then stick with it.

    最後一個步驟就是做出是否要留下的決定,並且下定決心。

  • Once you've done the first two steps, you know that you've hit roadblocks.

    你做出前兩步評估後,就會知道自己遇到了障礙。

  • And if you have, you really only got two options here.

    如果真的是這樣,你其實只剩兩個選項。

  • Option A is to sit down with your boss and have an honest conversation to see what you could do to get back on track.

    A 選項是和老闆坐下來誠實地談一談,看看如何讓自己回到正軌。

  • Option B is to make the decision to leave.

    B 選項就是決定離開。

  • And if you do do that, it's really important that you go all in and build a job search plan to execute on that.

    如過你決定這麼做,全心投入並建立一個求職計畫對實際執行該決定而言相當重要。

  • Studies show that people who are mentally checked out on the job, but not proactively looking for new work can end up becoming underperformers.

    研究顯示,工作心不在焉卻沒有積極找尋新工作的人,很可能變成表現不佳者。

  • And in worst-case scenarios, actually get fired for poor performance.

    在最糟的情況下,甚至因表現不佳而被開除。

  • And I don't want that to happen to you.

    而我不希望那發生在你身上。

  • So if you're looking for more tips on how to conduct a proactive job search, I really encourage you to check out our video up above.

    如果你想知道更多積極求職的撇步,我非常鼓勵你看看上方的影片。

  • It's a comprehensive understanding of what it takes to actually find work today.

    它能讓你全面了解現今實際上找到工作需要具備什麼。

  • And the reality is, job search has changed a lot in the last couple of years.

    事實是,求職在過去幾年間改變了非常多。

  • This video's gonna help you unlock the secrets to success with that.

    這部片會協助你解鎖成功求職的秘密。

  • In the end, it's up to you to make the decision as to whether or not to stay at this job.

    到頭來,決定是否繼續做這份工作的是你自己。

  • It's your choice.

    選擇權在於你。

  • But hopefully, this framework that I've outlined will give you the ability to make an informed decision as to whether or not to stay or go.

    但是希望我今天列出的架構,能夠讓你充分了解自己工作情況後,再做出是否去留的決定。

  • Okay, so if you wanna land a new job, then I highly encourage you to check out the Work It Daily subscriptions.

    好,如果你想要輕鬆得到新工作,那我極度鼓勵你去看看 Work It Daily 的訂閱服務。

  • Depending on the package, you can get access to all of our course content and our trained one-on-one coaches, who can help you with your resume, your LinkedIn profile, interview prep, your cover letter, and a heck of a lot more.

    依據不同的方案,你可以獲得我們所有的課程內容,以及經受訓的一對一教練,他能夠對你的履歷、LinkedIn 個人資料、面試準備、求職信提供協助,還有其他一大堆服務。

  • These subscriptions are really, really affordable, so I encourage you to click the link and check them out.

    這些訂閱方案價格非常非常親民,所以我非常鼓勵你點開連結去看看。

  • You won't be disappointed.

    你不會失望的。

  • So did you find today's video helpful?

    你覺得今天的影片對你有幫助嗎?

  • If so, then do me a favor.

    有的話就幫我一個忙。

  • Hit the like button, and go down and comment below.

    按讚然後到下面留言。

  • Tell us what your favorite tip was.

    告訴我們你最喜歡哪個撇步。

  • And heck, if you've got a question that you'd like answered, make sure that you post it down in the comments below as well.

    噢,如果你有希望被解答的問題,也一定要在底下留言發表。

  • We may choose yours to highlight in one of our upcoming videos.

    我們可能會選來當作之後影片的重點。

  • Speaking of which, if you wanna make sure that you get all of our videos, then subscribe to our channel right now, and click the little bell.

    說到影片,如果你想確保自己看到我們所有影片,現在就訂閱我們的頻道,然後按下小鈴鐺。

  • That way, you'll get instant notifications every time we upload something new.

    這樣一來,每當我們發佈新影片你就會立即收到通知。

  • If you feel like you still need some more help with this subject, then I encourage you to check out the videos that we've put together here for you that you can watch next.

    若是你覺得自己還需要更多關於這個主題的協助,我鼓勵你接著看看我們整理在這裡的影片。

  • And lastly, remember, you're not alone in your career and job search.

    最後,要記住,在職涯和求職之路上,你並不孤單。

  • So come back and visit us.

    回來瀏覽我們的網站和影片。

  • Because if you wanna win, you've gotta Work It Daily.

    因為要贏就要天天打拼 (Work It Daily)。

Hi there, it's J.T., and today I'm going to explain how to know if it's time to find a new job.

嗨,我是 J.T.,今天我要來解釋如何知道何時該找新工作。

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