There is nothing better than a quiet Saturday filled with B-rated cataclysmic weather movies. Tornados filled with aliens, earth ravaging lightning bolts, run away ice bergs, and earthquake rocking megaliths. While Chicago is blown away and Stonehenge is shook to the ground, New Yorkers are burned, frozen and toss about like rag dolls. How many of you job seekers feel like New Yorkers? Certainly, at times I have felt discouraged, negative and isolated. However, just like any disaster movie there is a sunny blue sky morning after.
As Michelle affectionately (I hope) puts it, “another story?” So what is the point of this climate filled saga? Just like the morning is sure to come, so is a job. No one knows how long it will take, how hard you’ll have to work, what you’ll have to learn, or if it will be a dream job. But, nevertheless it will happen.
After a year, I finally got a job. (Loud applause and cheers!) I call it my miracle job. Why? Somehow among the millions of resumes a contract company found mine and a few weeks later, I began working for a company that only “other people” do. I have worked for smaller businesses and it has been my desire to work for a larger company with people I can collaborate and make a difference. I am grateful for this opportunity and determined to make the best of the 10 month gig.
For all of you still seeking a job do not despair. Keep working hard. Know your story and want you really want. Throw it into the universe and believe it will happen.
Stay Positive. Stay Focused. Stay Connected. Out there is your miracle job,too.
Posted by Joanne