What frightens you about your job search? Fear of not getting a job? Fear of getting the “wrong” job? How can you conquer those fears and handle them effectively?
Your job search doesn’t have to be drudgery and uninteresting…you can make it a great adventure with the right attitude and by following this advice…
There are those days, when you’ve been enduring for along period of time, when you’re ready to say, “Enough already,” or “Hasn’t this gone on long enough?” Maybe that’s what ou’re feeling your job search. How do you show patience and keep moving forward?
Are you having trouble being patient during your job search journey or during a time when you are feeling under employed? Is there a plan or a reason for all of this? When and how will your frustration end?
Is it possible you might have an inflated ego & think more highly of yourself than you ought to? How could that affect your job search & what should you change?
It’s easy to get your life out of balance, especially when you’re feeling the pressure of being unemployed and being totally immersed in a job search. But what else can you do?
During your job search, you may sometimes find yourself asking the question, “Who would hire me?” And when you do, remember when Christ chose his apostles…
Is it what or who your know, or is it who your network of friends and family are, and who they know that can become your extended network…it’s great for job searching.
Perspective makes a world of difference, doesn’t it? As you get older, you can see conflict and struggle in a better perspective and as momentary events that are blips on life’s radar. That may be true with your job search also…
Somewhere we’ve picked up the notion that selling yourself in a job interview is supposed to emulate the snake oil salesperson from long ago. You know the kind of person I’m talking about. The one that’s full of bluster, talks loud, makes outrageous claims, doesn’t listen to the audience, except to point out that the product will solve every problem. But the claim that selling yourself in an interview should be like this character couldn’t be further from the truth.