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Sometimes the key to success is getting a good start.
This a guest post by Joey Trebif. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
“You're never beaten until you admit it.” – George S. Patton
You are on the ledge, inching forward one tiny step at a time.
It took a lot of courage to get up here, now you just need to step off.
You know that once you step off there is no turning back, but you hesitate yet again.
It's a beautiful day, sunny and no clouds in the sky, a great day to be out here.
You finally find the courage to move to the end and you step off.
You drop quickly and look up at the brilliant blue sky before you hit.
Your journey ends and you plunge into the water, the pool water is not as cold as you thought and, now that you think about it, the diving board is not really that high.
If you are serious about your job search you need to take the plunge! Leaning towards the edge you may get a little wet but the fastest way to get a job is to be fully engaged in the process. If you've not started yet, visit the Job Marketing Toolkit page to get the basics on:
If you have started your job search, how do you focus? First, you need to have a plan to focus your search, set goals and track your progress.
Good luck with your job search.
Joey Trebif is a senior finance executive from the New York area who has extensive experience in job search and career advice. Joey blogs about career advice, job search advice and job search site reviews at CareerAlley and can be found on Twitter at @CareerAlley.
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