is it possible to find an ideal place to work?
concept for organizational behavior
I would suggest that you use affirmations, creative visualization and the concepts of the law of attraction to manifest for yourself an ideal career/work place.
I don't know if I would say it is possible to *find* an ideal place to work, per se, but you can *make* the place you work ideal through risk and reward strategies, as well as figuring out how to apply your skills and passions to the field that you're in. It's the whole "love the one you're with" scenario. But it's definitely possible.
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