Sometimes, you just need a small boost of motivation to get past those ruts in your day. So small, in fact, that 140 characters might just do the trick!
We’ve curated a list of recent motivational tweets from career experts to help inspire you. Whether you’re struggling to get started on your to-do list or panicking about your next career move, we’ve got your back. (Or, I should say, Twitter does.)
"I am in charge of how I feel and today I am choosing HAPPINESS" http://t.co/49Mrfglwfb— Ashley Stahl (@Ash_Stahl) July 4, 2015
By trying — especially when nobody else is willing or able to act — you become an inspiration to others. http://t.co/ypMS4GM0gR— Jo Miller (@Jo_Miller) July 18, 2015
Success is not about competition; it's about contribution. The biggest winners are those who help others win.— Adam Grant (@AdamMGrant) July 20, 2015
Raise ur hand if you've ever been punished for being yourself? Now, raise your hand if u are going to let that stop you. NO WAY #fearless— Lauren Berger (@InternQueen) July 15, 2015
Tell your story, showcase your most relevant achievements & tie your background 2 the job, have confidence, be yourself, you GOT this! #jobs— John Patrick (@JPCareerCoach) April 30, 2015
Surround yourself w/ recruiting champions: contacts on the inside to follow up w/ key people who should respond to you/move things along...— Vicki Salemi (@vickisalemi) July 16, 2015
Self-doubt & fear will render you stagnant, while a strong belief in your talent will motivate you as you courageously follow your dreams.— Jonathan Alpert (@JonathanAlpert) July 2, 2015
It takes a while to connect the dots but you have to make the dots in order to connect them.— Dan Schawbel (@DanSchawbel) May 30, 2015
Your relationships w/ the people you are working with are going to impact your opportunity & experience at a job more than any other factor.— Nicole Williams (@thegirlontop) July 13, 2015
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A UNC-Wilmington grad born and raised in North Carolina, Kaitlyn always knew she would end up in NYC to pursue writing. As a summer editorial intern, she contributes career advice to The Muse. In addition, she also writes for other publications, such as USA TODAY College, Her Campus, and The Huffington Post. You can find her searching the city for the best eats, binge-watching Netflix, or catching up with friends at dinner. Say hi on Twitter @KaitlynRussell_More from this Author