How do you handle rejection?
A job search is hard, there are ways to make more effective but you are going to face rejection from time to time when you apply for a job. Found this video that had a good mindset for how to handle rejection during your job search. How do you overcome rejection during your job search? #jobsearch #hiring
As we wake up and breath the oxygen into our lungs, let your heart be filled with hope! Take a moment to look at the beautiful scenery painted around you. Close your eyes and listen to the sounds of creation and say to yourself, it's a wonderful day! I would love to hear from you guys about your story of hope or challenges that you are facing. Hang in there, I believe that change is just around the corner. #motivation #inspiration #perseverance #nevergiveup
I'm telling you the truth...(MUST READ)
Many people are struggling with finding their next job and it's understandable based on present conditions.
HOWEVER, some have graduated from a different school of thought which empowers them to: 1) Don't act on what they see. 2) Act on what they believe. 3) Understand the process is not easy. 4) It's always possible, if you try.
Therefore, consider these five essential TIPS: 1) Position yourself with someone on the JobCase Community Team. 2) Develop a rapport and ask for specific guidance. 3) Take an agile approach to realign your efforts. 4) Do your due diligence and stay engaged with the process. 5) As illustrated below; work hard and lay the foundation in order to achieve.
Positioning yourself means everything, so take action and everything else will fall-in-place.
I Believe You Can...!
Thanks so much for your real-life stories & advice, which have helped tremendously in my job search.
To repay your kindness, I thought you might appreciate reading & sharing a link to my recent Linkedin blog, where I provide tips about conducting your career search like a marketing plan: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/5-ways-execute-your-career-search-like-effective-product-jones/
These tips are valuable to job-seekers of all types, whether you consider yourself a "marketing expert," or not. Thank you & enjoy!
Have not been able to find work, as of late have applied and received my first and second interview for one position and while walking out of my second interview. A position with another company opened up, i accepted the second job offer as well and now i can say i never gave up and now have these opportunities at hand! #nevergiveup #lifeiswhatyoumakeit #love
Hello, I am a firm believer of owning my own business. I encourage people to learn their abilities that they have. We all have them. Example; My husband and I had our own pressure cleaning company It took $100 to start... very successful. Then we had a cleaning service, took $50 to start, etc. Now I have my own Home Health Care Company and have partnered with a sister company!! I refuse to put in the work that I love to do on someone else job and time. Find out what you are good at and create your own business. Put your dreams on the front line and go for it, and remember as long as you are good at something you will always be able to obtain revenue. #MAKEYOUROWNMONEY #BEINDEPENDANT #NEVERGIVEUP #MYKNOWLEDGEISMYMONEY #WORKHARD #ENJOYPLAYING
Like many others, I have seeking legitimate online employment opportunities because I prefer telecommuting. Needless to say, NOTHING YET! Each time I view an email about online data entry jobs or administrative assistant jobs, I'm sent a site for registering for survey taking. It's so ANNOYING because I tries that and you don't just take survey. NO you must qualify for them by the answers you choose on the PREQUALIFICATION questionnaire that YOU MUST take before you get to any survey and it's never the one that you see on your email. I need REAL EMPLOYMENT THAT PAYS. If anyone can recommend any LEGITIMATE, NON-AFFILIATE MARKETING sites that do not require fees and are hiring PLEASE POST THE LINK so I can go to it!! I can't give up! Thank you all for reading this! #itwillhappen #nevergiveup
This is your friendly reminder to NOT give up!!! Motivation is something we all need more of, but sometimes things get tough and you can lose yours. Often the longer someone must look for a job the more down they can feel, but don’t lose hope and most importantly NEVER give up. Here are 4 tips to help you recharge that motivation!
Set goals Write 3-5 things you want to accomplish each day. This will help you focus and gives you something to circle back to until the list is completed. Make sure to give yourself a little reward when you’ve finished all of your goals! : )
Write yourself a note Motivation comes from within and who better to motivate you than yourself? A simple, “YOU are amazing!” written on a sticky note posted somewhere you will see it, can really help first thing in the morning to start your day. Remember not to be too hard on yourself and think positively.
Get some air If you feel cooped up in your home, try taking a walk outside. Fresh air has been proven to help boost your mood, immune system, and oxygen levels allowing you to think more clearly. Sometimes you just need to step away for a bit, especially when you are feeling frustrated or upset.
Reach out to family and friends Life gets so busy, but there is no better time to check in with your loved ones. Talk about the difficulties you are facing and share your thought. Know that are NOT alone in this. Everyone has been where you are right now, and they can certainly relate. If you don’t feel like chatting with your loved ones, you could always post [here] (https://www.jobcase.com/community) in the Jobcase community. We are there for you!
So, what are somethings YOU do to stay motivated in your everyday life?