Stop Comparing Yourself To Other Job Seekers
I know, it is unavoidable. Especially when you see someone you know post on the boards that they just started their first week on their new job, and you think, "Why can't I be that lucky?" Or you read another post about someone who landed their dream job after just a few weeks of searching, and you start to feel discouraged and frustrated and anxious, and you start wondering, “What’s wrong with me?” Remember that everyone is different and everyone's job search journey is different. One size does not fit all. As long as you are doing your best, and following standard job search guidelines, that is all you can do. Your time will come. Everyone has different skills, experience, and goals. And everyone is coming from a different situation. Some people may have a network of connections that can help them find a job. Others may have more time to dedicate to their job search. Some may have been willing to work onsite or relocate. Others may have been willing to start out in a temporary position instead of full-time.
So please don’t compare yourself to others. It's like comparing apples to oranges. Plus, it’s not good for you. Focus on your own journey. What are your goals? What are your strengths? What are you passionate about?
Once you have a good understanding of yourself, you can start to focus on finding a job that's a good fit. And that's when you'll start to see success.
Here are a few tips to help you stop comparing yourself to others:
Focus on your own goals.
Remember that everyone's journey is different.
Celebrate your own successes.
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Qualifications and experience are not necessarily the same thing, and my experience is uniquely different than any candidate you have.
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You can be rich or poor; from the Netherlands or the North Pole; perhaps a rising star or falling star.
People will be waiting in the bleachers of life to criticize you without relevant justification.
You must "smile in the face of criticism" and take your best shot in life. Why?
Your reactions to challenging situations causes everything else to fall-in-place in your favor. (Touch picture below.)
I Believe You Can...!