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An executive job search can be a challenging time without the holidays thrown in. This weekâ€™s topic is regarding friends and the impact of friendship on your executive job search.
A friend can really give you added strength we you find yourself in challenging times. Don’t forget to reach out to your friends; even ones that you have lost touch with.
They will give you added strength and support. Reach out to them and think of ways you can enrich their lives. Even ask them, where they themselves can use some help.
As I have mentioned, November/ December can be one of the most productive months for an executive job search. Most six figure executives are not traveling as much and have the time to interview. They are also in the mode of looking forward to next yearâ€™s goals and thinking about finishing an executive search from this year or getting ready to start one now for next year.
2013 WILL be a better labor market. It is moving slowly. You see a particular change first quarter as the country settles in for the results from the recent election. That is the executive job outlook 2013.
Focus this week on reaching out to your friends. Enjoy their friendship and support. You will find yourself feeling better and energize in general and for your six figure job search.
As we come into this monthâ€™s holiday season I wanted to touch on some foundation values that enrich all of our lives on an ongoing basis, and can be a particular asset to those while they are looking for a six figure executive job.
Todayâ€™s executive job search topic is understanding the importance of friendship and the role it plays in not only your daily successÂ and lives but also the impact in your executive job search and whether you succeed or not.
Friendship and family are two incredible gifts to everyoneâ€™s life. If we allow both true friendship and the love of our families in, we are bringing in one of the greatest assets of strength and joy to our lives.
Both of these gifts with enrich fuel and help keep you energized and strong during your job search.
Slow down this holiday season and appreciate all those wonderful friends and family members that are present in your life.
Itâ€™s only natural
The foundation for quality friendships lies in the belief, â€œWhen I meet the needs of other people, m y needs will be met.â€ Friendship, therefore, is an extension of the natural laws of life.
What you give â€“ you get.
What you send out â€“ comes back.
What you sow â€“ you reap.
Simply put, when you make a commitment to do everything in your power to help others fulfill the desires of their hearts, your desires will also be met. Itâ€™s a natural law.
How to Make Friends
Dale Carnegie said, â€œYou can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you. â€œTo drive home his point, Carnegie tells how dogs have learned the fine art of making friends. When you get within ten fee of a so friendly dog, he will begin to wag his tail, a visible sign he enjoys your presence. If you take time to pet him, he will become excited and lick and jump all over you to show how much he appreciates you. The dog became manâ€™s best friend by being genuinely interested in people.
Friendship is the result of our efforts to be interested in whatâ€™s going on in peopleâ€™s lives.
What is a Friend?
A friend is someone who is concerned with everything you do.
A friend is someone to call upon during good and bad times.
A friend is someone who understands whatever you do.
A friend is someone who tells you the truth about yourself.
A friend is someone who knows what you are going through at all times.
A friend is someone who does not compete with you.
A friend is someone who is genuinely happy for you when things go well.
A friend is someone who tries to cheer you up when things donâ€™t go well.
A friend is an extension of yourself without which you are not complete.
Thank you for being my friend.
Susan Polis Schultz
Reach out every day and during this holiday season and hug a good friend and family member.
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Have a great week and wonderful holiday season with your loved ones.
Blessings to all of you,
Eleanor Anne Sweet
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