What was your biggest work challenge?

Did you think you were going to make it through it?  Are you facing it now.  Well, the worst part of this kind of challenge is that it takes so much out of you, that you have nothing left to give.  You find yourself behind the ball in every way, and you tend to get blind sided by things you were not expecting.  You are not as organized as you usually are.  People are so demanding and critical of you and this makes you put your guard up and become defensive.

You know you are smart and have proved it so many times over and over again, so why is this happening to you?  You have come to this path and closed door?  What will you do now that you are facing it?  It is so much work to climb this massive feat.  The workload is very heavy and gets heavier as the day goes on and you travel up that mountain.  You keep asking yourself, is this really worth all the blood, sweat and tears you give day in and day out?  Are the people I work with the kind that give a damn about their job, this place, and about doing the right thing?  You begin to question your very existence and why you made the choices that got you here.  What is my purpose and who am I here to serve? Is there a life lesson here for me to learn?  Why am I being punished this way?

Does any of this sound familiar to you?

If you are here, then let me ask you this question…are you ready to get out of this misery yet?  Have you thought about what it would look like without all this pain?  There is so much relief that you will see after letting go of the heavy baggage.  All you have to do is decide to map out your plan and get on with the life you really want.

This rock and mountain you have been climbing is not going to defeat you unless you let it.  You really can make the best of the next 20 years you have left by committing to yourself in figuring this very question out…do you love yourself enough to get this done now, or are you going to continue to self punish and endure the pain and misery?

Lots of people are taking the advice of career coaches and mentors these days, because they want a plan that will get them closer to that successful path for themselves.  Choose someone that has walked in your shoes and knows what it takes to create that next chapter and is committed to guiding you on your path by giving you the tools to free your soul and connect with your purpose and map to your future.

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Published by KSQ & Associates, LLC

An expert consulting in quality systems management with over twenty years proven experience in the food industry and seven years in leadership roles for manufacturing and commercial laboratories with emphasis in microbiology, analytical, and chemistry testing. I love to audit quality, food safety, environmental, and employee safety systems to help others find ways to improve the current programs. My objective viewpoint of your systems can be just what you need to get to that next level or to certification. I have worked with various product types from the food industry to include: refrigerated, frozen, hot fill, aseptic, and shelf stable foods. My experience in manufacturing quality and laboratory management include dairy, frozen appetizers, refrigerated salads, hot filled, meats and deli items. My experience in conducting internal and external audits include development of audit systems, specifications, quality and food safety tools that have been standardized within international and national organizations as best practice. I have a proven track record of working with diverse organizations and am able to bring teams together for one united vision of integrated management systems. I am experienced, proficient, and certified in leading implementation of ISO 9001, 14001, 18001, and 17025 standards in the food industry. I love to bring about change for this is a personal and organizational need to improve and be the best at what we are and do. My motto is "Change today so we are ready for what tomorrow brings".

2 thoughts on “What was your biggest work challenge?

  1. Love this thank you for sharing this
    It helps to have information on getting you back and being a better person so your future is much better thank you for this

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