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15 Rules for Staying Optimistic While Unemployed

After months of unsuccessful job searching, it can be tough to keep your spirits up. But giving in to the temptation to be dour, bitter, and pessimistic is not going to help your chances of impressing an employer. Besides, you don’t want to go through your days living life like there’s a perpetual rain cloud directly over your head. We’re not going to patronize you by saying these tips can guarantee never-ending happiness, but if you’ll give them a try, they might just help you see the bright side of things.

  1. ACCOMPLISH FIVE THINGS EVERY DAY
  2. CHANGE YOUR MIND … LITERALLY
  3. REMEMBER THAT EVERYTHING CHANGES
  4. DON’T BEAT YOURSELF UP
  5. KNOW YOU’RE NOT ALONE
  6. TAKE CONTROL
  7. DON’T COMPARE YOURSELF TO ANYONE ELSE
  8. WATCH THE COMPANY YOU KEEP
  9. LOOK AT THE ODDS AS BEING IN YOUR FAVOR
  10. EMPLOY THE “ONE-DAY” PRINCIPLE
  11. THE ECONOMY IS NOT AS BAD AS IT’S MADE OUT TO BE
  12. CUT OUT THE NEGATIVE
  13. TAKE IT FROM THEM
  14. HAVE A FINANCIAL PLAN
  15. REMEMBER YOU’RE NOT DEFINED BY YOUR JOB SEARCH.

via The Secrets to Staying Optimistic While Unemployed – Online College Search – Your Accredited Online Degree Directory.

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