Does Your Work Promote or Damage Your Call?


You may be doing a job that you did not think about if you would one day do it.  Maybe you think you didn't choose what to do, or perhaps the circumstances forced you to keep what was available. On the other hand, it is possible to love your work, you feel some kind of deformity.  You do not get the opportunity to step up and start feeling you lose your call. Whatever the case, there is still hope.  You can actually do the work you know to get in with you, but gradually, it makes you a good platform to create your call.

Here I am bringing you the experience to help you evaluate and possibly take the necessary steps to stimulate the unique power that God has preserved in you.

Do you do a decent job?

International Trade Organization Coordinator (ILO) Dar es Salaam, Mr.  Albert William Okal explains how your working environment can promote your call:

“Nothing like a bad job choice.  Every work you do can be right for you if your circumstances enable it to develop skills.  If you can learn how to do your job, if you find out what kind of tasks you are doing more effectively, you can completely change the work you do not like to be productive instead of running a job (translation is mine.)

Okal explains, “If we consider the call as a potential to develop skills and experience, it means we must work in the conditions that make us content.”

"I think a person who does a job that gives him the freedom to use his knowledge and skills; to be respected and recognized by his work at work, the opportunity to learn and expand, the environment that gives him the opportunity to make mistakes and allow him to learn through these errors, the availability of the skills for the job  all of this can be an opportunity for someone to improve his call. ”

Mr's experience.  Okal teaches us two great things.  First, even if you do the work you believe is not your choice, you have no reason to despair.  Your current work can be a bridge to develop your skills and bring you to where you want to go.

That, however, depends on the quality of the work environment.  In addition to your personal efforts, the employer also has the responsibility to provide you with the support and support aimed at creating a better working environment.

That is, any work that gives you the freedom to create new things, learn and use new skills, can help you to keep on identifying yourself and reach your call.

Learn new skills?

Sometimes you may despair because your colleagues are constantly changing jobs and you have continued the same job for a long time.  Could that be a sense of laziness at work?

Albert William Okal has different ideas: “The type of roles you are doing in parallel with the opportunity you get to learn and prepare you for greater responsibilities can be a part of growing workplace.  Teacher, for example, can continue to be a teacher but his roles change as he learns new skills.  From being an unqualified teacher, he may be the Head of School, School Inspector or Education Officer.  You can't say they are stunned. ”

“But secondly, it is important to work with them.  You can do the same work but learn new skills to do your tasks.  There you cannot say your work has hurt you.  An employee who was distributing the luggage on foot, when he reached the stage now uses a bicycle or motorcycle to do the same tasks, which is also a sign of growth.  The third criterion, in my opinion is the income of income.  The work that promotes you must go hand in hand with the increase in income. ”

Yes, according to Mr.  Okal, when you are in a situation where your workmanship does not change, time is going to use the same methods to achieve the same goals, its interpretation can be a workplace.

Are you using your gifts?

For his part, Lonyamali Morwo CEO of MultiSkills Business Consultancy in Arusha, thinks a job that promotes you should use your gifts:

“Everyone is born with some talent.  All in one way or another there is something we have been called to do.  The most important question we need to answer is if we work according to our gifts or are we just forced by the conditions we find in the workplace?  It does not matter if you are employed or self-employed, is it important that you like what you are doing? ”

Mr.  Morwo believes three questions can help us assess ourselves.  He says: “It is important to question.  What am I doing is what I was called to do?  What am I doing is what I like?  What is it pushing you in, what is your gift or responsibility given by the employer? ”Contrary to what you do, it may be a deterrent to your call.

Advice

Lwoamali Morwo advises, “Build your gift through your work.  Do something you love and inspire from your soul.  If you do something that is not in you, you will do a lot to please him who ordered you to do it and that would be to fulfill the responsibility. ”

For his part, Albert William Okal says that you have no reason to move to work to improve your ability: “Give yourself time to stay at work and make a distinction even if you don't get a big income.  Avoid working in a short time for an excuse to seek more interest.  In this way you will be building your skills and your effectiveness will increase (translation is mine). ”

We learn the value of experience and skills at work.  The more you get new skills at work, the better you become.  If you identify yourself and commit yourself, any work you are doing now has a chance to build you with a new ability to help you reach your call

Here I am bringing you the experience to help you evaluate and possibly take the necessary steps to stimulate the unique power that God has preserved in you.

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