If you're feeling overwhelmed in your job search, it's likely you've made the common mistake of adding without subtracting.
Because, as they say "Finding a job is a job," so making time for it means cutting, or putting on hold, non-essential activities.
What to subtract? Start with these...
#1 Social media socializing - if it's not professional networking, don't do it. Remove notifications to your phone and don't get pulled in.
#2 Pointless TV - this includes news and entertainment.
Subtracting just these two distractions from your day will calm and focus you, and ultimately make you a more attractive candidate.
Today’s actions lead to tomorrow’s results and successes…and every day is a building block towards becoming the future you that You were meant to be. So what are you doing today, right now, to move towards your goals?
Those going through a difficult transition, but eager to to let go of the past and start looking toward the future with better eyes, can use these 6 steps to finally get back on track…
But here’s a critical tip…they only work if you apply them.
No matter what your efforts, whether it’s looking for a better job or starting a small business, don’t go it alone!
Most of us would quickly agree this quote to be true – We believe we have greatness within us!
And yet, when I challenge some of my clients with a simple question, no matter what their goal, be it to achieve career, health, wealth, or personal success of any kind, they’re either stumped for an answer, or full of excuses.
Humility, like many of the critical characteristics of the truly successful, is not something you have, it’s something you do – it’s a way of behaving in your life towards others.
So if you want to truly succeed in your career and life, stop thinking about what you want and think about who you can serve. What are their greatest struggles, challenges and needs, and how can your talents, skills, and experiences help address those needs.
I love this quote, because if you notice…what’s implied but not mentioned is the critical prerequisite to failure that makes it so noble and necessary – Action!
You see, wanting to win takes no effort or courage. Sure it’s a good thing, but to act, and to fail, and to act again – now that’s the habit of the successful.
Coach Baez has helped hundreds of clients level up their careers and lives. In this blog he shares some of his best tips and lessons learned through his years of coaching.