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Key To Career Success is Your Focus

Your career path is taking a trip down many different roads hoping to make 'right' choices in the decision making process. Everyone wants the key to a successful career. None of us want to be left at the starting gate feeling disenchanted and broke.

Make a wrong turn in the road and get back up to go again. Your future success is controlled by a willingness to never give up. None of us are guaranteed anything in the workplace. Even when we've done great work and exceeded all the usual expectations of the boss... we can still get outsourced ' downsized or simply fired for no good reason without recourse.

Get back up and go again. Your employer is the loser not keeping you as an employee. Your good attitude will carry you on to the next level of success in your career path. Nothing can stop you.

Only once in my long career was I fired from my position but it turned out to be the BEST thing to happen for me... and to their demise [failure].

You are the IN-CHARGE person to make decisions about your future career path. Don't let folks tell you otherwise. As you've heard before, if YOU don't do it then it'll never get done...understand that no one will do it for you.

Each step or action you take is one move closer to your career journey arrival... it's like a road map on your way to your destination.

Over and over.... it's all about TAKING ACTION. Everything you read is... Action takers get the job while the losers are sitting around waiting on a miracle.'

Which one are you? Are you a procrastinator? Take responsibility for yourself by getting up and moving forward with action?

Success may mean making 100 phone calls; 150 or even more resumes may be required by the business community before you are successful; 20 interviews may be in your future to arrive at your new career position... does it matter? Not really if you get the end results desired.

Your #1 goal is to have SUCCESS in the search for your Dream Job. Do not let anything or anyone get you sidetracked. It's all about FOCUS, so if you have ADHD or ADD... get professional help. There's nothing wrong with asking for guidance in your career search.

Methods change - there are some who use VIDEOS - audio - the latest in marketing techniques to promote YOU to a possible new employer. There's NO guarantee that one idea or method will work better than any of the others.

DO something EVERYDAY. It may even be the wrong 'something' but better than sitting around feeling sorry for yourself and wasting valuable time.

You're losing income every day of unemployment or staying in the wrong career path. Get focused on your journey now, not later.

About the author:
Don Monteith spent 32 years as co-owner of several franchises and a personnel/staffing business. Today, Don shares his business and career expertise in career search focus.http://www.Career-Coaching-Central.com
 
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