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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:
The unemployment figures are staggering. Job prospects are bleak. Job listings are dismal. Is there reason to hope? Is there reason to believe that you can survive, that you will have a future? The answer is a resounding, “Yes!”
Competition…It seems there are so many things in life where you are competing with someone or something. Competition…It seems there are so many things in life where you are competing with someone or something. how do you deal with it?
The pain you feel from being rejected from a position after a job interview is real. It’s very real. It hurts. It raises self-doubts. How do you overcome those feelings and move on to future success?
How difficult is your job search? Is it humbling and painful? Do you feel less than qualified to secure that new job and leave the ranks of the unemployed? Consider this…
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?
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…
A job search is a plethora of necessary decisions, decisions that can cause you to feel overwhelmed, because each decision is so important, and so much depends on making the right one. There is a way you can take some of that pressure off and still make all the right choices…
There are days when all you want to do is cry. “God, please get me out of this prison.”
Your four walls are closing in. Everyone gets on your nerves. No one answers your calls. No interviews are happening, or if they are, they turn out to be for jobs you really don’t want…desperation starts to set in. Now what?