Frustrated or fascinated, the choice is yours when you try to search of any work from home job. There is nothing wrong with that! In fact, sometimes frustration can move you to action. It's really HOW you respond to frustrating events that makes the difference.
"Learn how to turn frustration into fascination. You will learn more being fascinated by life than you will by being frustrated by it." -- Jim Rohn
If you are doing your job search for your work-from-home job you're probably realizing that finding a work-from-home job is a lot more difficult than finding a regular job. The reason finding a work-at-home job is usually more difficult is that there are a lot less of them available!
So, you may be feeling a little bit frustrated about your work-from-home job search. What it means when you're feeling frustrated is that you don't like the current situation you find yourself in and you want it to be different.
There's nothing wrong with that! In fact, sometimes it can move you to action. It's really HOW you respond to frustrating events that makes the difference.
Let's take a closer look at how we can all get frustrated with a job search and then a few more productive alternatives to being frustrated.
HOW YOU GET FRUSTRATED WITH YOUR WORK-FROM-HOME JOB SEARCH
You take it very personally when companies don't respond to your e-mails and your resumes. In fact you're convinced that it's all about you. What you really want is for things to happen right away.
You try to guess about the meaning of why a company hasn't returned your call or your e-mail. You start to create negative scenarios in your head.
You start to believe that you'll never get the work-from-home job that you want. You start to believe that there are no good jobs out there. So, you basically give up hope.
You get angry with yourself and everyone around you for your current situation. You live in a state of perpetual anger.
You do the same things over and over again with the same response as problems arise and you take the same actions to try to solve it. Usually with less than perfect results.
You start living in a constant state of stress. You can't relax, and you lose your patience very easily.
The stress that you're feeling starts coming out in your body in a physical way. You start getting headache and you feel agitated.
HOW TO GET FASCINATED WITH YOUR WORK-FROM-HOME JOB SEARCH
Take every single problem that you encounter and reframe it so it it becomes a new challenge for you to face. Something that you can learn from and something you can have fun with.
You start asking yourself a lot better questions. Instead of asking, "Why is this happening to me?" or, "Why is this happening now?". You start asking yourself, "How can I use this situation to grow?"
Another good response is, "Isn't this interesting? I wonder how I'm going to solve this problem?"
You start taking time to keep your eye on the prize. Meaning that you start visualizing the outcome you really want. You start picturing your ideal work-from-home job by getting into the moment. This allows you to focus on your goal rather than the problems in front of you.
You turn your job search into a game. You focus on the present moment and all the success you are having right now rather than focusing on what might be. Or what hasn't happened.
You don't take it personally. You have the belief that your job search is NOT personal. It's a matter of contacting the right people at the right time and you will get the work-from-home job.
In conclusion, you have a choice as far as how you see things. You can choose to be frustrated or fascinated. I know that you'll find fascination is a lot more productive in finding your work-from-home job.
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