A Perfect Career

Carey from Flint, Michigan asks:

I recently changed careers. I felt that my first position was a perfect fit, but did not work out. I was told that this was not because of my skills, but because I wasn’t “engaged” with the team. I wasn’t sure what this meant, and couldn’t get a clear answer from them. I have since changed employers, and enjoy what I do. Is this another growth experience for me, or a fulfilling, long lasting career?

Dear Carey,

First, regarding the statement that your past employer made that you were not “engaged” with the team – I’ve been there and done that in my life, also! Have you ever felt just not “in sync” with another person? It doesn’t make any difference how much you tried – you just weren’t on the same “wavelength.” I believe that this is what your past employer felt, and didn’t know how to explain. In other words, you were a square peg in a round hole – not your fault, although it is a very painful situation to be in.

Of course, all situations are sometimes (painful) growth situations. But to answer your question, I do feel that you will be successful in your career. Enjoy yourself!

God Bless You,

Psychic Tansy ext. 5289

4 thoughts on “A Perfect Career

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  2. loki

    Growth was the lesson. If we all took life as a lesson, we’d be smarter and happier. So many people are disgruntled all too often, and just bitter instead of moving on and becoming empowered by the unknown.

  3. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Tansy,

    I also enjoy reading your articles…… please keep on writing them…..

    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500

  4. maryannex9146Maryanne x9146

    Hi, Carey,

    I agree with Tansy. Please, please, don’t feel badly about being the “square peg” in a round hole-not at all. It happens to all of us at one time or another. I do believe it happened to you in that employment situation so you could move on the the employment situation you are in now—on your way to building a very successful career.


    Ext. 9146


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