“If you are in unexpected career transition, take back control with Dr. Lynn Joseph’s cutting-edge program.”
|– Jack Canfield, author of the best-selling Success Principles; Co-creator, Chicken Soup for the Soul series; and featured in The Secret|
LOSING A JOB AFFECTS YOUR SEARCH FOR EMPLOYMENT
Are you stressed, frustrated, feel guilty, anxious, and angry by an unexpected career change? Losing your job, and unemployment, are among life’s most stressful events.
Did you know that how you react to the loss of a job will make or break your search for new employment? It’s true! Negative attitudes get in the way of a successful job search and prevents you from fully engaging in a new job.
Up until now, many people, after getting laid off, quickly got a resume together, and started sending them out. Desperately submitting it to every open position they could find. They were panicking they would get a new job. Does this sound familiar?
But instead of broadcasting your resume everywhere,
- Imagine what it would be like if you knew you would get the right job for you and your skills.
- Imagine what it would be like if you had the self-esteem and self-confidence to apply only for positions that matched your interests and experience; a job where you could actually be interviewed instead of being passed over and never hearing anything every again.
- Imagine what it would be like to go into an interview without being a nervous wreck.
I know how you feel
Before I became a certified career coach, I, too, lost my job as a result of a shut down. I felt angry, fearful, and anxious. With every resume I sent that I didn’t hear anything and the interviews I went on that resulted without an offer (and there were many) my self-esteem and self-confidence plummeted. I became more and more convinced that I would end up living in a cardboard box. Eventually, I became a certified career coach to help others deal with their job search. I realized the frustration, desperation, and depression job searchers faced when in an unplanned job loss. I wanted them to recover from their loss and be able to look forward to a new and exciting career. As a result, I searched for a way that would reduce job searchers stress and anxiety and build up their self-confidence and self-esteem. It had to be easy to do but be effective. Then I found the Job Loss Recovery Program®. The program was exactly what I looked for. The program was so easy and effective; I became a Certified Job Loss Recovery Coach.
Dr. Lynn Joseph’s Program
The Job Loss Recovery Program®, (JLRP®), developed by Dr. Lynn Joseph. Dr. Joseph’s innovative scientifically proven program, is easy-to-use and will help you:
- Resolve issues surrounding your unplanned job loss.
- Reduce the stress one of the biggest energy, motivation, and confidence zappers in job loss.
- Rid yourself of the baggage that can follow you around in job interviews, networking and even when starting a new job.
- Rehearse interview skills.
- Replace your negative thoughts with positive ones.
In Dr. Lynn Joseph’s clinical research over 60% of the participants using the program were employed within two months without suffering a pay decrease. Less than 12% of the people in the control group were employed in the same time frame.
The Job Loss Recovery Program® uses the powerful mind-body connection to produce desired results by the use of six guided imagery sessions of about 20 minutes each. Guided imagery is a directed daydream that uses all five senses – sight, smell, sound, taste and touch. When you have learned these skills, you can achieve the benefits of the program. And like most skills, they need to be practiced in order to produce the sought after outcome. However, these powerful tools are easy to use and are relaxing. Once mastered, they can be used anytime and anywhere even before an interview. They are simple but highly effective.
Used by World Class Athletes
What do Michael Phelps, Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan have in common? Each used guided imagery to achieve the success he enjoys in his sport. Michael Phelps used guided imagery just before each race in the 2004 and 2008 Olympics. Another athlete, Lindsey Von, was named “America’s Best Woman Skier Ever” by Sports Illustrated. She uses guided imagery prior to every race. In fact, by the time she is at the gate, she has run the race about 100 times in her head.
Search for jobs like a world class athlete prepares for a race.
Dr. Lynn Joseph’s program will get you back to work.
You don’t have to go it alone, contact me and I will coach you through it.
© Arleen Bradley Career Coaching
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