Are you in a self doubt mode because you are still jobless?
If that happens to be your case, step back and take a deep breath.
Use this free time to figure out how you’re going to refine your skills.
Do anything necessary to achieve your dream job.
Don’t feel guilty because it is not your fault you’re jobless.
Enjoy days without a job because life will be much more tiring after you’ve found one.
A job is like any responsibility; it shouldn’t be taken so lightly.
When there’s no pain, there’s definitely no gain.
Recognize that fear, which is holding you back from progressing, is nothing but a mere creation from your mind.
You’ll have nothing to lose when you decide to leave it behind your back.
You shouldn’t be nervous of the unknown, even if it might be nerve racking, because this world will always occupy your mind with things that are not worth your time.
What is even more scary is doubting whether you’re a good fit for the job.
In the back of your mind, you might be questioning why you have been chosen for the job from among other applicants.
Is it because they felt a strong rapport with you? Or is it because you were the better person who can do the job well?
Whatever it is, don’t ruin your chances because it is all yours now.
The truth is you can destroy your luck by not being confident in your abilities.
And you’re not foolish for feeling this way.
No one is perfect; keep that in mind.
The people who are taking you in so that you can finish a job for them are not so perfect either.
Flaws are everywhere, so don’t fret about being excellent at what you do.
Everybody goes through the same process.
Sometimes, supply and demand, luck, or fate play a role in getting you through.
And finding yourself a job is a job within itself.
From jobs that fit your personality and qualifications, there is a lot you can choose from.
Your mission is to find one that’s right for you.
Take your job search seriously, and do it right. It is worth it.
Either go hard or stay home.
And if you finally find a job that you can’t enjoy, substitute what you don’t like about it with something that you like about it, without necessarily leaving it.
In the comments below, share with us how long have you been in your current job? How did you end up getting your job?