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Tips to Get Over the Workweek Hump

It’s Wednesday! Are you struggling to get over the workweek hump? If you are at the point where you are struggling to stay motivated at work, and/or in your job search, below are some tips to keep you moving forward:

🔥 Set Clear Goals: Define what success looks like in your current role and during your job search. Break those goals into manageable tasks so that each day brings you a step closer to your objectives.

🔥 Take Breaks: Don’t underestimate the power of a short break. I love taking a walk outside! Whether it’s a walk, a coffee break, or just a few minutes of downtime, breaks can refresh your mind and enhance your productivity.

🔥 Keep Learning: In your current job, seek out new skills or training opportunities. If job hunting, enhance your resume with new certifications or skills—staying updated helps make you a competitive candidate.

🔥 Actively Network: Engage with your professional network for support and new opportunities. Regular interaction can open doors and provide essential insights, both in your current role and in your job search.

What are your top tips for staying motivated? Share your thoughts in the comments!

I empower those in career transition and individuals returning to the workforce to embrace challenge and create change. I support those individuals through career coaching and resume writing services, as well as teaching interview skills and job search and networking strategies.

If you are interested in hearing more about how I can help you in your career transition or job search, click the link below to schedule a free 20-minute consultation:

Kristin Dhayer


Kristin has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, a Certified Vocational Evaluation Specialist, a Certified Professional Career Coach, a Certified Professional Resume Writer, and a Certified Digital Career Strategist. Kristin has been facilitating job search and career success for individuals for more than fifteen years.