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Are you Desperate to Find a Job?

Are you Desperate to Find a Job?

Do you feel worthless because you cannot find a job? If you are unlucky enough to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, you experience a personal tidal wave – a hardship that sweeps away your routine lifestyle and forever changes the world you know. For unemployed people, the life-changing event such as losing their job can be a personal disaster that remain unnoticed and never hit the front page of newspaper. It is the isolation of personal loss that is so emotional damaging. The Unemployed people struggle alone to try to make sense of what went wrong and how they can recover their stability. Well, if you are unemployed and reading this article, you should not feel this way, because the truth is there are all kinds of people, from numerous backgrounds, who can’t find a job. You may think that nothing sets you apart from other candidates, but everyone has something that makes them unique. You pick up the pieces and try to get it together without government or private assistance and support. We need to embrace change and, despite the chaos it brings, look for the silver lining hidden within the storm clouds. Continue reading for some advice and secrets to help you hone in on your talents so that you can find an excellent job.

How to Overcome Procrastination

How to overcome Procrastination

Do you know what happens when you give procrastinator a fantastic idea? Nothing!
If you are a procrastinator, stop giving yourself excuses that is better to do something later, the moment is NOW not later. The clock is ticking on your dreams if you are not acting righteously. If you are saying you will wake up early in the morning to do some job search, but then in the morning convincing yourself it can be done later and go back to sleep. Sure, you’re a procrastinator; the rest of your to-do list is probably getting cleared quickly. If you’ve procrastinated on to do list for a while, it could be that it’s not even important or applicable to you anymore. If there’s something you’re struggling to get done, ask yourself why you’re doing it in the first place perhaps it will make you realize that you’re procrastinating because you’re working on the wrong thing. If you have a big, important job ahead of you, it’s likely to procrastinate because it’s overwhelming.

Are You Chasing the Time?

Are You Chasing the Time?

Do you go panic when you realized the day ended and you haven’t done anything productive? Or for some people no matter how hard they try, it seems they can’t catch up with their tasks on time. It is true that all our effort, time and energy are always tested in this demanding busy world and sometimes we feel there is not enough time to do everything that we want to do. Even with the help of computers, emails, cell phones and advanced technology that prove to be beneficial to keep the flow of doing things smoothly, still we can’t catch up with our work load.You may ask what is the answer and how would you control time?  The answer lies not in controlling time but in managing and scheduling time and this is the essence of goal setting. There is one fundamental key in doing things that would increase your capacity.

Salary Negotiation

Have you been fortunate enough to get invited back for the second job interview?  If so, you could be kind of thrilled because they may offer you a job and negotiate your salary package.  The best way to increase your chances to earn more income is to become a better negotiator. What you need to remember is to sell yourself and focus on the value you bring to the company if you do not believe you are worth the price you are asking, your potential employer won’t believe it either. When you hear the potential employer offering you the salary package, stop talking, take a breath and most likely your brief silence suggests to the employer that they need to increase their offer.

Why Procrastination?

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Do you know what happens when you give procrastinator a fantastic idea? Nothing! Stop giving yourself excuses that is better to do it later, the moment is NOW not later. Saying you will wake up early in the morning to do something, but then in the morning convincing yourself it isn’t important and go back to sleep.  Sure, you’re a procrastinator; the rest of your to-do list is probably getting cleared quickly. If you’ve procrastinated on it for a while, it could be that it’s not even important or applicable to you anymore. You’re less likely to procrastinate on things you love to do or really matter to you. If there’s something you’re struggling to get done, ask yourself why you’re doing it in the first place perhaps it will make you realize that you’re procrastinating because you’re working on the wrong thing. If you have a big, important job ahead of you, it’s likely to procrastinate because it’s overwhelming.