“I Know I Should Be More Motivated, But I Never Seem To Find Time To Work On My Job Search”

 

If Procrastination Is Keeping You From Moving Ahead In Your Career  And You Want To Quit Beating Yourself Up For Everything You Are NOT GETTING DONE, Now There Is A Resource That Can Help.

 

"Procrastination can totally torpedo a job search.
Rob Sullivan's eBook will help you jumpstart your search and keep you going with tons of information to help you land that job of your dreams."

   --Rita Emmett, author of The Procrastinator's Handbook and The Clutter-Busting Handbook
 

 

Dear friend,

I decided to write this eBook because I see too many people who procrastinate endlessly when it comes to preparation (crafting their story) and the job search process itself (telling their story).

There are a variety of ways people sabotage themselves, but few are more destructive, or have a more profound impact, than procrastination. Whether you have elevated procrastination to an art form or selectively deal with the issue, it is an important habit to break because it can lead to stress, illness, and low self-esteem.

How bad is it really? A quick quiz
Many people take being a procrastinator as a black or white proposition. They either see themselves as one or they don’t. The truth is, there are different degrees of procrastination. Almost everyone procrastinates to some degree in some area of life. That’s called being human. Procrastination becomes a problem, however, when it is so pervasive it impacts our behavior in ways beyond our conscious awareness.

To learn more about your procrastination habits, answer the following questions quickly and honestly:
  1. Are you overwhelmed at the prospect of searching for a new job?
     
  2. Do you spend hours searching through online job postings and walk away with the nagging feeling you haven’t actually accomplished anything?
     
  3. Have you been sidetracked more times than you can count by other projects and interruptions?
     
  4. Have you found yourself so busy with projects unrelated to the job search that you wonder how anything ever got done when you worked full-time?
     
  5. Do you find yourself taking on additional responsibilities to help your spouse or partner around the house that take time away from the job search?
     
  6. Have you put off contacting former co-workers who might be able to help if they knew you were in the market?
     
  7. Have you put off updating your résumé because you know you need to make it more compelling, but don’t have a clue how to do it?
     
  8. Are you spending most of your time looking for “safe” options rather than jobs that might be a reach, but would be far more energizing?
     
  9. Do you often catch yourself worrying you will end up in a new job facing all the same issues you dealt with in the old job?

The scoring for this quiz is straightforward.

If you answered “Yes” to even one question, you need to think seriously about the reasons behind your procrastination. Is this something you can solve on your own through awareness and discipline? Or is it an issue that requires the assistance of a coach?

If you answered “Yes” to more than 3 questions, you need to face the issue head-on, break the cycle, and get yourself back on track. Don't put this off. Buy a copy of this eBook now and you'll learn:
  • Why multi-tasking is actually HURTING your productivity and how to avoid this common trap.
     
  • How to avoid spending so much time helping others that you don't have time for yourself.
     
  • The 3 most valuable qualities anyone can offer an employer and how to convincingly demonstrate them to potential employers.
     
  • 4 questions you can ask yourself to uncover the gold in your background.
     
  • A way to shift your mindset about writing your résumé so you clearly see what you have to offer and spend less time feeling unsure or wondering just how marketable you really are.
     
  • A strategy to overcome the reluctance many people feel around proactive networking.
     
  • A word-for-word response you can use in an interview--or in a cover letter--to convincingly address gaps in your employment history without coming across as weak or apologetic.
     
  • A simple question you can ask yourself to help you avoid the same issues in your next position you faced in the last one.
     
  • A fantastic resource to help you permanently increase your overall happiness and level of optimism.
     
  • A step-by-step method to change your thinking and reframe whatever limiting beliefs that may be holding you back.

If being more productive is a gift you want to give yourself, order a copy today. You will be glad you did.

 

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