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Don’t mope. Cope. In a calm, unhurried moment, list what you like and don’t like about the job. Let your mind run wild. After you’ve completed your pro-con list, focus on the negatives. Ask yourself, “To what extent can I control these?” Then discuss your findings with a trusted friend to determine what you can change.
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