While you were working, it was, “Another day, another dollar” type of repetition? And now with your job search, it can be a… “Nothing new under the sun” kind of activity. What can you do to get rid of the repetition?
A job interview puts you center stage, and in the spotlight.
One of the first things that a potential employer will notice when you walk through that door for an interview will be how you present yourself…specifically how you are dressed.
Your clothing says a lot about you:
We let schedules and other people’s agendas drive us. The media makes our decisions for us. Friends tell us we should be looking for a particular kind of job. We don’t have our own agenda. We don’t listen to our own dreams. We don’t really know what we are about. But we don’t need to be stuck here! See how you can get unstuck…
You have a story to tell, and everyone’s story is different. Your job search is an opportunity to think about that story, and practice the telling so it is a natural delivery. But just how much do you share in a job interview?
Are you trying to find a new career, or a new job? Then that’s an excellent reason to hire a job coach who will take you where you can’t take yourself…
Failure is a part of life. If you haven’t failed at anything, you have to ask yourself if you have tried anything truly challenging…truly risky. Many individuals that achieved outstanding success also encountered devastating failure along the way. Does the loss of a job make you feel like a failure?
Understand the purpose of your job search is not just to find comfort, there is more to it than that….
Do you have questions and decisions you need help with for your job search? Where can you find the answers you are looking for?
If your job search is feeling more and more like a roller coaster, but not as fun, and all you really want to do is get off…consider the lessons you can learn from Elijah’s life:
You may have been unemployed for some time and have cried out to God in frustration, exasperation, and desperation at times. You are not alone…what should you do about it?