Category Archives: job search stress

My Best Advice for Job Searchers

Today while in a waiting room; I read The Atlantic June issue.  There was an interesting story for job searchers by Julie Beck, titled, “Funny or Die:  How your sense of humor can improve your health, get you pregnant, and even save your life.”  I know the subtitle doesn’t indicate it, but it really does.  […]

Help My Job Search is Killing Me!

  viagra online cheap “People are remarkably bad at remembering long lists of goals. I learned this at a professional level when trying to get my high-performance coaching clients to stay on track; the longer their lists of to-dos and goals, the more overwhelmed and off-track they got. Clarity comes with simplicity.”  Brendon Burchard  I […]

Why You Can’t Job Search 24/7

   I talk to many job searchers.  They all want the same thing a job ASAP.  Some work hard on their job search and then take some time to connect with family and friends.  They have projects to work on that make them feel they are accomplishing something during their job search.  Others think that […]

Job Loss Depression and Its’ Cure

I recently read an article coauthored by Jim Clifton, Chairman and CEO of Gallup, and  Deepak Chopra, MD, What Triples Your Risk of Being Depressed?  It was an intriguing article and one I agree with.  “The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index just uncovered that being unemployed, dropping out of the workforce, or working part-time while wanting full-time […]

Job search words and their best practices Part I

The job search is complicated and frustrating.  You have probably heard words that you don’t understand their job search message.  These words are said at networking events, meetings with career coaches, and other places where job searchers meet.  You may know and understand some of them, but wonder about the rest.  Here is a partial […]