May 26, 2014
Job Search Campaign
By Harrison Barnes Sep 18,2014
1. Your Attitude is Just as Important as the Quality of Your Work
In most organizations, there are various people who have a negative impression of the organization or, for whatever reason, do not like the management. There are also people who may have no problem with the organization but who, for whatever reason, get angry when they are being assigned additional tasks, or do not act enthusiastic and have a bad attitude.
"The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart you’ll know when you find it.” Steve Jobs.
Have you ever started a job and you walk into the office thinking you have found your dream job only for it to turn into a nightmare. Once you have realised that your unhappy fixing the situation can be difficult and finding your next opportunity may take time so the best action is to try and avoid the problem.
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Virtually every job requires you to meet specific goals, expectations, mandates, and other targets. But since job search is foreign to most of us, planning is essential. Every hour of your daily/weekly search period should be planned and accounted for. Although you’re only accountable to yourself, be a tough boss!
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