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Learn To Deal With Unemployment The Right Way!

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

You need to tackle your unemployment wisely and with discipline!

You need to tackle your unemployment
wisely and with discipline!

When you are unemployed, not being able to find work for extended periods of time can injure your motivation and your attitude. To avoid falling in the dumps during such a situation, consider the following suggestions to keep up an optimistic attitude.

Stick to a schedule. When unemployed, since one doesn’t usually have anyone to boss them around or push them. In such cases it is best to do that for yourself on your own. You need to become the boss of you and make yourself stick to a routine otherwise over time you’ll lose your motivation and simply become extremely lackadaisical.

Devise a proper plan on how to search for a job. By creating a plan you won’t just get overwhelmed by your choices and routes you should take. You’ll have a clear idea about where to start and instead of trying to do it all together; you’ll be able to prioritize certain goals.

If you can’t find work for now, then consider volunteering. Unemployment can shake up your confidence level and self-esteem quite badly. So if you can’t seem to find work, then consider volunteering. Voluntary work can boosts your self-esteem and will also spice up your CV nicely!

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How To Avoid The Job Burnout Situation!

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

There are several things you can do in order to avoid job burnout!

There are several things you can do
in order to avoid job burnout!

The best way to deal with a job burnout is to quit the job you are currently doing and apply for another one or perhaps you can even think about changing your career entirely. Though not many people will be comfortable that option. Not to worry, as there still are ways through which you can improve your current state of affairs or at the very least the state of mind you’re in.

Prioritize addressing to your work-problems instead of putting them off.

Actively and mindfully deal with the issues that you might be facing in your office such as stress, exploitation of your rights as an employee, harassment at work etc. Have a chat with your superiors if you can’t handle the problem yourself.

Make sure your superiors are well-aware of the work you’re expected to do.

Make sure you are aware about your duties and things you are meant to and not meant to do. Being asked to do things that aren’t your responsibility or part of your job description will simply take a toll on your interest in the job and will eventually cause you to burnout. Explicitly point out to your superiors that your devotion at work won’t be taken for granted!

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Do What You Love, Love What You Do

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Maybe working in the fast food industry isn’t your ultimate goal, but it can be your means to an end

Maybe working in the fast food industry isn’t your
ultimate goal, but it can be your means to an end

No matter how much you love your job, it can be tough to get motivated sometimes. It’s even harder to get motivated when you’re going to work long hours each day in a job you don’t enjoy. Everyone has to make a living, and we can’t always get our first choice, but you can love what you do.

When you’re seeking out a career, it’s best to look for something you love to do. If you want to help people who are sick or hurt, and you’re not easily shaken, the medical profession may be perfect for you.

If you love children, and are fulfilled by helping them expand their horizons, then teaching is clearly the way to go. However, there are times when life gets in the way of our dreams, and you must take a less than desirable job to make ends meet.

The important thing is that you don’t give up. Make the best of your situation, and learn to love what you do right now. You can always keep working toward that career you hold dear to your heart, and maybe you will get there eventually. In the meantime, you can love your job by looking on the bright side.

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Small Deeds Are Better Than No Deeds At All

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

It’s often said in show business that there are no small parts. Everyone, from the star of the show to the guy who only speaks one line, provides some important part of the story. The same is true of life.

Even if you only have 15 minutes to run on the treadmill, it’s better than not exercising at all.

Even if you only have 15 minutes
to run on the treadmill, it’s better
than not exercising at all.

Whether you’re working in a part-time minimum wage job, or you’re the CEO of a large company, you are contributing to your society in one way or another. Everyone has a job to do, and it’s your duty to do your job.

Don’t waste time feeling like you can’t do enough to make things better. After all, any small thing you do to contribute is better than doing nothing at all. Even if you can only afford a little bit of time or money, yours could be the little bit that pushes a project over the edge into success.

And if you’re working toward a personal or professional goal of your own, doing something, even if you’re too tired to do it all at once, will still get you closer to that goal. So put back a few dollars when that’s all you can spare, and spend 15 minutes at the gym if that’s all you can fit in today, and know that it’s better than nothing.

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Increasing Efficiency to Achieve Greater Success

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

This is the comfort zone where most people stay in and as a result, they lose their initial drive to propel forward and keep moving up.

This is the comfort zone where most people
stay in and as a result, they lose their initial
drive to propel forward and keep moving up.

This is a typical pattern of work and career for a significant number of people – they first enter the industry as newcomers, work hard and exert their best in order to learn and absorb the knowledge and skills they need to do well at their jobs. After a period of time, they becoming good at what they do, they have the ability to handle their workload, and they become content and stable.

The truth is, once you stop becoming innovative and keep propelling forward in your job, you are actually falling behind, rather than staying still and constant. Why? That’s because the people around you, the company, and the competitors – are constantly improving and going forward. By relativity, by not moving forward, you are falling behind.

Constantly reach out of your comfort zone. Put in the extra effort to double check your work. Learn new things. Read books and attend workshops related to your field. Never be too content and stable at where you are. Gaining new knowledge and skills each day little by little makes a great difference in the long term. To find out more about the attainment of success and goal setting, subscribe to Andy Core today.

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