We all have our good and bad traits. During times of crisis, what we choose to focus on will eventually reflect back on us. We will reap what we think, speak of and act on. Some call it the Law of Attraction or even karma.
Put your attention to worthwhile things, projects and thoughts that will grow. Always settle for positivity. If you recently lost your job, find ways to make money even in the midst of hardships. You can still achieve what you want.
Choose to look for the good things instead of the bad. This can attract more good situations, better opportunities and job openings. The same way applies when you find multiple ways on how to earn through honest good work.
While others end up only seeing the negatives, always choose to see the good things in challenging situations. When you consciously choose to be optimistic, you will receive more positivity in life.
Staying in the Race
Yes, there are fewer opportunities now, fewer jobs and more competition. But it doesn’t mean that there are no available jobs. It also doesn’t mean that other job applicants will get the job first. Fewer jobs and more applicants simply mean that you have to be on your toes all the time. Be vigilant and hone your skills in order to get back in the race.
As the cliche goes “Rome was not built in a day.” But they were laying bricks every minute even if it took them hundreds of years to get it done. When looking for a job or making your business successful, you only need to take a few steps toward your goal. Small simple things like updating your resume, upskilling, networking with people, and registering on job portals like PhilJobNet. These small steps will help you achieve your goals. In most cases- sustaining the needs of your family by putting food on the table, sending your children to school and paying your bills.
Keep a Healthy Daily Routine
You can start by cleaning your room when you wake up in the morning. It’s a simple activity but will help a lot to get your mindset back on track. And once possible, get together with other positive people in your life. You can even organize group calls with your friends in real life so you can interact with hopeful and productive people.
In an ideal situation, you will be asked not only to take care of yourself but also others. But you have to look after yourself first to avoid getting overwhelmed by what’s happening around you.
There are things beyond your control. It would be a good idea to at take control of what’s happening in your life by doing your best in your job if you still have one. Or improve yourself before you actively look for employment if recently lost your job or just started looking for one.
Conquer your Fears
Fear is one of the emotions that you need to conquer. Living with fear will make your mind and body, weak. Don’t let it stop you from doing what you want. You can defeat it by showing up in your commitments, moving forward with your life, and facing your day-to-day challenges.
Stress, anxiety and poor health can push you to your limits and take an ugly toll if you neglect your mind and body. Exercise regularly and go out of your house to get some sunshine. Eat healthy food like fruits, vegetables and drink adequate amounts of water.
Maintain a good sleep cycle by getting at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night. Meditate or pray, consume positive information from books and social media. And finally, connect with people who can help you conquer your fears.
Pragmatism is the ideology that successful people use to cope with difficult situations. These are the words that are closely associated with being practical, realistic, sensible, and reasonable. You can choose this approach, include prayers or meditation, and believe in yourself that you can overcome the present health, work-life and financial challenges that we face.