Job Search Got You Twisting in the Wind?

 


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A customer recently emailed us about his job search success.

“After landing a job in just 2 weeks, I realize now that finding a job is really a very simple process. You just have to realize that someone is out there with a job, waiting for you to come along. All I had to do was to get the two of us together. ”

Knowing there’s a job out there just waiting for you sounds great. Unless you’re TWISTNG IN THE WIND because you can’t get hooked up with the right position.

Maybe you’ve been fired and you’re getting desperate. Maybe you’re jammed up in your current job with no moves left. Or you’ve faithfully followed a lot of traditional job search advice and nothing works.

There are few of us who don’t worry about our job. And with good reason. It provides the fuel that fires what’s important to us in life.

A job is not just “what we do. ” In many ways it’s who we are. Much of our life is defined by how we make a living.

So when the time comes to make a move, we prefer to do it as quickly and painlessly as possible. We don’t want to be twisting in the winds for weeks, even months at a time hoping against hope that the right situation will drop in our laps.

That’s the desperate way to look for a job.

Making a career move can and should be a dynamic and enthusiastic acknowledgement of our ability to grow . . . to be successful. Most of all it should show us that we can be in control of our destiny rather than a victim of it. And that means we can’t be a wimp about our job search.

So don’t let yourself twist in the wind. Get yourself an assertive plan of action that guarantees you fast and lucrative results!

Paul Megan writes for EEI, the world class leader in alternative job search strategies and non-traditional career advancement since 1985. Check out THE WORLD'S FASTEST JOB SEARCH SYSTEM! Grab EEI's stunning FREE REPORT: “How To Lock Up A High-Paying Job In 14 Days (Or Less)!" http://www.fastest-job-search.com

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