Not many posts lately, as writing web entries here has become too close to “work” for my taste. Plus I haven’t really done much the past few weeks except golf (which I cover on the Golfing in Minnesota site) and work, which has mainly involved flying back and forth to California way too often.
It finally struck me this week that my job currently makes me feel not happy. I decided to write a private not happy list, which I can summarize as:
- no time for entrepreneurial projects
- organizational issues
- too much stress
I really like the work I do, my office and toys, most of the people I work with and the flexibility I have to make my own rules. Huge increases in responsibility and work hours with no increase in salary or ability to delegate tasks, though, makes me not happy.
So I’ve decided to follow two paths: 1) update my current job description and create a proposal to improve things internally and 2) update my resume (for the first time in four years) and start putting out feelers. The former is much preferred to the latter, but I like to be prepared.
Especially if it makes me happy again…Originally published by DK on September 19, 2007 at 11:30 pm