Exercise and Its Effect on Your Job Search

Written by Ryan Stewart

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* Do your best to maintain a healthy diet. Try not to binge on junk food or eat at abnormal times through outrepparttar day. If you ate at specific times when you were working, try to mirror that schedule during your job search. * If possible, try a new sport or exercise routine. When you step out of your comfort zone you increase your self-esteem, which in turn strengthens your optimism. * Leave your house at least once per day, every day. It is important that you do not isolate yourself as this can lead to depression. * If you are currently unemployed, allow yourself some time to reflect onrepparttar 146265 circumstances that led to your unemployment. Be realistic and ask yourself what you might do differently if givenrepparttar 146266 chance. Once you have done that, move on. Never dwell on something too long. It is counterproductive.

When you are struggling withrepparttar 146267 decision to get up and get moving, consider allrepparttar 146268 networking opportunities you may uncover when you are atrepparttar 146269 gym, onrepparttar 146270 basketball court or in line atrepparttar 146271 health food store. That is reason alone to focus on your physical health, but remember that you need to recognize this time as a period of change. Change can be a great chance for you to overhaul your approach to life. Exercise can, and will, give yourepparttar 146272 energy to explore new opportunities and when you are healthy and have an upbeat mental attitude it comes across to everyone with whom you interact!

Ryan Stewart is the Founder, Owner, & Administrator of the first-class Pharmaceutical Sales Job Search Megasite, PharmBoard.com.


Mastering the Job Interview - 5 Tips to Make Yourself Irresistible to the Interviewer

Written by Brendon Turner

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This is not to say that you need to go out and buy a whole new wardrobe. Go for quality over quantity. One or two well-chosen business suits will serve you allrepparttar way torepparttar 146130 first day onrepparttar 146131 job and beyond. Then, when you are making some money (and have a chance to see whatrepparttar 146132 standard "uniform" is forrepparttar 146133 company), you can begin to round out your wardrobe. For now, no one will fault you for wearingrepparttar 146134 same sharp outfit each time you interview. If you desire some variety within a limited budget, you might consider varying your shirt/blouse/tie/accessories as a simple way to change your look without breaking your wallet.

5. Leave a lasting impression.

There are two simple steps you can take to make a lasting impression after your interview and greatly increase your odds of success.

The first is to callrepparttar 146135 interviewer to thank them for their time. If possible, you may want to add additional information which was not discussed inrepparttar 146136 interview. An example would be: "I understand from speaking withrepparttar 146137 receptionist that Microsoft Office is your corporate software standard. I just wanted to mention that I'm also fully proficient in each ofrepparttar 146138 tools inrepparttar 146139 Office suite." This phone call should ideally take placerepparttar 146140 same day. If you are unable to reachrepparttar 146141 interviewer directly, leave a voicemail message.

The second activity is to immediately writerepparttar 146142 interviewer a short note, thanking them for their time and reemphasizing your interest inrepparttar 146143 position. Then do your best to get it to them as quickly as possible. E-mail it, fax it, hand deliver it, messenger it, use overnight mail, whatever. But be sure they have it beforerepparttar 146144 end ofrepparttar 146145 following day. Ideally, you want to get it in their hands byrepparttar 146146 end ofrepparttar 146147 day ofrepparttar 146148 interview or first thingrepparttar 146149 following morning. Why? Becauserepparttar 146150 quicker your letter arrives,repparttar 146151 greaterrepparttar 146152 likelihood of affecting a positive impact. A thank you note provides an opportunity to thankrepparttar 146153 interviewer for his or her time, and one last chance to express interest inrepparttar 146154 position and reinforce why you arerepparttar 146155 right person for it.

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