I am a single mom of two boys. I've worked non-stop my whole life since I was 16, but I've only had three different jobs. After many years, I find myself starting over again in my career.
I have worked in one industry my whole life, and the past few years I was really pulled by my inner self to get out of this industry and take a whole new path. This feeling pulling at me was made much stronger by a new boss that was a very negative energy sucker. After a full year of searching, an opportunity presented itself to me, and I took it.
I'm trying to determine if I made a mistake or If I'm in the right place and just need to give it some time. This new job is a sales position, I find myself dealing with co-workers who are catty, cut-throat, and absolutely not to be trusted. New boss is much like my old boss. It's sucking me dry. Add to that the stress of needing to meet sales quotas and not fail, it gets pretty hairy.
At the same time, I dearly love meeting all these new people, learning new things, finding myself in some really weird but totally entertaining situations, and doing my own thing all day long. Am I in the right place? If I'm not, how do I find the right place to earn a living that is healthy for me - that still keeps a roof over my family's head?—Marta
Your new job is simply a mirror or same pattern as all the other jobs you've had, even if you've switched industries.
You don't have to do it this way, and the Universe is saying STOP!!!!!! You're not in the right place, and the sooner you get out—and by this the guides are shouting and jumping up and down and saying "we mean SOONER!!!!!!!! not LATER!!!!!!!—the better.
It feels like you're not allowing yourself to be guided by the Divine.
You're more just grabbing at whatever shows up. It's true that the Universe brings what we need, but for some reason you are not tuning into your deeper needs, or trusting that you can have those answered.
I think you would benefit from my course Manifest Miracles, which will show you how to manifest your heart's true longing.