This week’s story relates to handling the inevitable ups and downs of job searching and working through career exploration. I share a really important perspective on why you should keep trying when one (or more) of your efforts hasn’t worked out the way you’d hoped. Hope it helps!
Request for Feedback
In the story I mention that one of my current projects is a promotional effort that I’ll be launching in June. I am really excited about it! As part of the promotion I’ll be sharing some amazing info and resources with you for free.
I’d so appreciate a second (or third or fourth) pair of eyes to look over what I’m putting together to help me tailor it to what would be most relevant, interesting, and helpful to you. Please contact me if you’re available to support me with this- it should take about 15-30 minutes over email. Thanks in advance.
Could you relate to the ideas in this week’s story? When have you felt like giving up, and how did you keep going? What good things did this yield? Leave a comment below!
If you try, you don’t know what you’ll get.
If you don’t try, you know exactly what you’ll get.
Ha- well put Eric!
Anne DeMarsay says
I’ve always liked Wayne Gretzky’s perspective on taking risks: “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”
Love it- thanks for sharing Anne!