It’s very easy when things aren’t going well to fall into an unresourceful state where you begin to dwell on what is going wrong in your life.
I call it the “what I have not got” spiral.
Particularly with job hunting, which is a daily reminder of the job you don’t have, the money you don’t have, the bills you can’t afford to pay and so on.
These are all things that can nibble away at your self-esteem and motivation, to the point where it can be hard to get up in the morning.
If this happens to you, the problem is you’re not likely to get a job now, next week, or anytime soon. This is where people can fall into the trap of despair that can grip them even for years.
if you focus on what you have not got, your reasons for moving forward will always seem to get smaller and smaller.
You can not afford the luxury of a negative thought when it comes to how to find jobs. You need to be focused, organized, and feeling positive.
Here’s what you can you do to turn this around, or avoid it ever happening to you in the first place…
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