Logic Of The Day: 27.06.2019.

"Even If I Changed Jobs, I'd Get Sick Of My New Job Eventually."
That’s possible. Unless you make a commitment to stop applying for and accepting jobs to which you know deep down you’re not suited. Until you make that shift, you’ll keep finding yourself in the same situation, wondering how you got it wrong again.

Instead of dreaming up disaster scenarios where your future job lets you down eventually, this time ask yourself exactly what it is you’re looking for before you even begin job-hunting. Set specific parameters and only complete job applications that make you feel hopeful and energetic.

If there’s anything about a position that leaves you feeling hesitant, discard it. That includes during and after the interview, too. There’s nothing wrong with changing your mind halfway through.

Change this thought for: “I commit to a targeted job search for a position that feels absolutely right. I know it may take time, but I choose to do it anyway.”

~ Rui Betencourt (6 Thoughts Keeping You Tied to a Job You Hate And 6 New Thoughts to Replace Them)

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"The Career Growth Team"


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