Mind Power With Mindfulness

Written by Steve Gillman

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An Even Easier Mindfulness Trick

Try this one today: When you feel stressed, stop, and carefully watch yourself to identify what's bothering you. Maybe you're expecting something bad to happen, or an argument is going on just belowrepparttar surface of your consciousness, or you're worried about something, or in pain in some way. Make a note of everything you find.

Then deal with these mind-irritants. Make a phone call that's on your mind, take an aspirin, apologise to whomever you were fighting with. Write things on tomorrow's list, to get them off your mind. If there's nothing you can do right now, tell yourself that. Do this exercise, and you'll feel less stressed, and more able to concentrate onrepparttar 144187 tasks at hand. You'll have more mind power today.

Steve Gillman has been studying brainpower enhancement, creative problem solving, and related topics for years. You can visit his website, and subscribe to his free Mind Power Course, at: http://www.IncreaseBrainPower.com/mind-power.html

The Changing Landscape of the Job Market

Written by Eva Perkoski

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Lastly, get involved in your community and college. You might think human resource people don't look at volunteer activities or hold student government activity with high regard but they usually do. Put any extra-curricular activities like this that you've done on your resume when you're looking for jobs. Employers like to know that applicants are well-rounded and volunteering makes you look like you're an outstanding member ofrepparttar community and student government involvement demonstrates that you have potential to be a great leader.

If you follow these tips, getting good jobs will come much easier regardless of whatrepparttar 144141 employment rate is when you graduate. So, don't get discouraged-just make a vow to becomerepparttar 144142 best version of you possible and be confident in your abilities and skills. All prospective employers will be impressed with that and who knows - you just might get your dream position after all!

Eva Perkoski is founder of All About jobs an excellent resource site dedicated to information on jobs

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