1. Build A Network Of Friends:
2. Send Out Applications Early:
3. Always Have A Plan B:
4) Be Professional And Act Professional:
When called for an interview or business presentation dress suitably and don’t forget you confidence. Also, your social media profiles can be used to judge you. Employers now take time to study a potential client through his social media accounts. They can easily detect your habits and have a good perception of who you are. So be careful what you post online for the world to see!
4) Upgrade And Reinvent Yourself:
5. Remember You Are Not Alone:
6. Set Your Priorities Right:
true, no one can dictate how you live your life, or live it for you. But always carry those who matter to you or can influence your decision along in the decision making process. It’s also good to have moral if not financial support during your “waiting” period. Don’t be consumed by excesses, have a time frame, set targets, check mails regularly, but don’t spend all day online (if it is not profiting you), eat well, exercise, relax and have a social life. Seek counsel, keep a circle of friends who are ready to encourage you, read motivational books, listen to inspiring speakers, the right solution is usually within reach waiting for a word to make it come alive.
7. Don’t Fall A Victim:
8. Have A Budget And Save:
9. Always Follow Your Passion, Not The Money:
10.) Have Faith:
Okay before I start preaching, remember that every challenge is an opportunity for you to learn, grow and reach new heights. Don’t fear failure and step out of your comfort zone if you want to achieve new things in life. Become self-employed if you must, but remember the world is not waiting for you. The earlier you set yourself up the easier things would fall in place.