It’s time, then, to take control of your happiness. “As tempting as it is to blame that bad boss or irritating colleagues, if we truly want to enjoy our work, we have to take responsibility for our own fulfillment,” says Annie McKee, author of How To Be Happy At Work.
To find your bliss at work, consider these six habits of happy employees:
First, take inventory. Decide what factors bother you about your job, and put that angst into two categories: Things you can control, and things you can’t. “Give yourself credit for being in control of a lot,” says McKee, who is also a senior fellow at the University of Pennsylvania and an executive coach.
Attitude, she adds, is critical. “Can