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New Attitude, New Job is a toolkit for job seekers of over two dozen exercises designed to inspire your thinking so you adopt a consciousness of success. It includes tools to help create a success mindset, and strengthen self-esteem and resilience. A new attitude doesn't guarantee a new job, but it can help energize your job search, improve how you are feeling about yourse New Attitude, New Job is a toolkit for job seekers of over two dozen exercises designed to inspire your thinking so you adopt a consciousness of success. It includes tools to help create a success mindset, and strengthen self-esteem and resilience. A new attitude doesn't guarantee a new job, but it can help energize your job search, improve how you are feeling about yourself, and strengthen the way you present yourself to an interviewer. Getting a new job is not just about qualifications and experience. It is also the mind-set you carry through the process. It is the mind-set with which you approach applying and interviewing. You present, just as you do a resume, how you feel about yourself, your past employers, and the possibility of working for this organization. You are showing your perspective and outlook on life through the stories you tell. They demonstrate the kind of attitude you will bring to the work environment every day. These aspects may not be visible on paper, but they are being "read" by an interviewer just the same. The longer someone is on the job market, the more enthusiasm to find a great new position can erode. The more news about a difficult economy, the sooner many recent graduates are frustrated and ready to give up. How can you bring a positive outlook to the job-finding process? How can you recover hope if your search has been lengthier than expected? Adopting a new attitude doesn't mean there is a problem with the one you have now. This book is about refreshing your outlook. It's about learning to tell a new story, a better story, about yourself, your present and your future. It is about energizing how you see yourself, and how you can display your best self to a prospective employer. This book is not a magic pill. But it is a practical toolbox with exercises -- tools -- to invigorate your perspective. It is intended to help you find positive aspects of yourself, which may in turn help you feel better and present a stronger, more positive and empowered self as you find your next job. Use this book in addition to the tools you would engage in any job search. If you have been looking for employment, seeking a better job, or trying to find a new career path and have not achieved the results you want, consider strengthening your most important tool: your mind. Your perspective of yourself and the world is powerful. Adopt a consciousness of success."


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New Attitude, New Job is a toolkit for job seekers of over two dozen exercises designed to inspire your thinking so you adopt a consciousness of success. It includes tools to help create a success mindset, and strengthen self-esteem and resilience. A new attitude doesn't guarantee a new job, but it can help energize your job search, improve how you are feeling about yourse New Attitude, New Job is a toolkit for job seekers of over two dozen exercises designed to inspire your thinking so you adopt a consciousness of success. It includes tools to help create a success mindset, and strengthen self-esteem and resilience. A new attitude doesn't guarantee a new job, but it can help energize your job search, improve how you are feeling about yourself, and strengthen the way you present yourself to an interviewer. Getting a new job is not just about qualifications and experience. It is also the mind-set you carry through the process. It is the mind-set with which you approach applying and interviewing. You present, just as you do a resume, how you feel about yourself, your past employers, and the possibility of working for this organization. You are showing your perspective and outlook on life through the stories you tell. They demonstrate the kind of attitude you will bring to the work environment every day. These aspects may not be visible on paper, but they are being "read" by an interviewer just the same. The longer someone is on the job market, the more enthusiasm to find a great new position can erode. The more news about a difficult economy, the sooner many recent graduates are frustrated and ready to give up. How can you bring a positive outlook to the job-finding process? How can you recover hope if your search has been lengthier than expected? Adopting a new attitude doesn't mean there is a problem with the one you have now. This book is about refreshing your outlook. It's about learning to tell a new story, a better story, about yourself, your present and your future. It is about energizing how you see yourself, and how you can display your best self to a prospective employer. This book is not a magic pill. But it is a practical toolbox with exercises -- tools -- to invigorate your perspective. It is intended to help you find positive aspects of yourself, which may in turn help you feel better and present a stronger, more positive and empowered self as you find your next job. Use this book in addition to the tools you would engage in any job search. If you have been looking for employment, seeking a better job, or trying to find a new career path and have not achieved the results you want, consider strengthening your most important tool: your mind. Your perspective of yourself and the world is powerful. Adopt a consciousness of success."

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