Coral Springs, FL, June 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV will investigate the fine art of workplace psychology. According to experts, workers who feel stuck in jobs they don't like will often tell themselves a series of lies to reduce the stress and help them cope from day to day. But these lies can be sabotaging genuine career goals in the long run. The first happiness-suppressing lie is "It's too late to change direction now." Even if preferred career goals will take a long time to realize, that time is going to pass anyway, so why not use it constructively toward a desirable ending? The other major career lie is: "I will be happy as soon as ..." Fill in the blank with "I get that promotion" or "I earn my degree" or "I reach a certain salary figure." Experts agree that trading your current happiness for some fuzzy, imagined future date is a poor deal. Life is lived in the moment, so make the most of it.
The Viewpoints Industry TV show combs the nation and the globe to bring viewers fascinating business stories and firsthand insights from entrepreneurs within various industries. It covers a variety of topics which affects people from all walks of life. It takes an in-depth look into different professions and offers a stunning view of the smaller cities, towns, provinces, and hamlets throughout North America. The program delves into the important issues with a positive approach in finding solutions.
Viewpoints Industry is available for viewing on regional and national television networks and cable broadcast stations. The producers film in many locations across the U.S.A. and Canada to bring the latest trends and developments in the technology, health, lifestyle and travel industries. Visit the show and its staff on Facebook, tweet it on Twitter and enjoy sample videos on YouTube.