Whatever it is you don’t like that is going on in your professional or personal life – you can change it. Things don’t have to be the way they are. We can change things and make the world a better place for everyone to live if we take responsibility to do it and approach our problems using a combination of love, compassion science and reason.
Part of being a Humanist, is being responsible. No one is coming to save us. It's up to us.
The great Humanist Carl Sagan (yes, he was an active member of the Humanist community) in his show Cosmos was talking about the earth as a little blue dot in th vastness of space. He said, "In our obscurity - in all this vastness - there is no hint that help will come from elsewhere to save us from ourselves. It is up to us."
So, if you don't like whatever is going on in your personal or professional life, change it. Don't wait for someone else to change it. Work on changing it yourself.
Is it hard? Of course. this is why most people don't do it. Is it worth it? Even if you don't succeed? Yes. Even if you don't succeed, attempting to create change is worth it. You never know what will be built upon your failed efforts.
Plus, I never look at failure as failure or as final. I can always try again, having learned from what didn't work.
What can help you? Education. Learning what works. I have several courses on creating change in yourself and others.
Why is Change so Hard? https://humanistlearning.com/change1/ (HRCI Business Credit & SHRM)
Living Made Simpler: A Humanist Approach to Happiness Course - https://humanistlearning.com/livingmadesimpler1/
Reality Based Decision Making for Effective Strategy Development https://humanistlearning.com/realitybaseddecisionmaking/ (HRCI Business Credit & SHRM)