Feeling Uninspired at Work? Try These 4 Tips to Regain Your Career Mojo


Original Illustration by Stephanie DeAngelis

Starting a new job is like going on a first date. There's that spark of excitement and willingness to impress during the early stage, but as time goes on and you forge a well-trodden routine, it's easy to let that passion wane. We've all been there, but according to Sandy Gould—senior vice president of culture, coaching, and communicating at Yahoo—career fatigue can be a serious problem. 

"I think there is a direct correlation between your level of passion and inspiration, and your level of engagement and creativity," he tells MyDomaine. In other words, if you feel like you're in a career rut, there's a good chance it's reflected in the work you do. If you can relate to the 71% of Americans who admit they aren't engaged at work and don't know what your next career move should be, follow this four-step guide to get your mojo back. Yes, it's possible to find that passion again. Here's how