Do You Have "Excuse-itis" When Looking for a Job?

Written by Marilyn J. Tellez, M.A.

Do You Have "Excuse-itis" When Looking for a Job?

How many times have you done or heard someon else say: "I don't haverepparttar time, I don't haverepparttar 143044 money, I don't have my family behind me, and on and on"?

This excuse-itis is worse than pro- crastination. Procrastination implies that you will eventually get something done. Excuses, however, are just little fears in disguise. It is hard to approach employers and ask for a job. The big fear comes out ofrepparttar 143045 little one, which is REJECTION.

So, it is easier to complain, tell others that there are no jobs, stay at home doing chores, and fill in time that could be spent contacting others about jobs.

Top5 Stress Relief Methods You Can Use

Written by Trevor Dumbleton

Some time ago it didn't seem such a big issue thatrepparttar big boss yelled at his employees everyday. Workers from all categories, after receiving a powerful dose of stress atrepparttar 143043 workplace, used to come home and have a hard time dealing with their family life.

In time people found many ways to relief stress butrepparttar 143044 majority of them never discovered healthy ways to resolve their problems and because of that their families suffer.

Let's takerepparttar 143045 example of angry father who comes home and releases all his stress on his family members. Of course this inappropriate behaviour creates tension inrepparttar 143046 persons home life.

People have developedrepparttar 143047 idea that they don't have enough time for a stress relief program in healthy ways or ways that are easier for them. This is a very wrong way of thinking because it can lead to a drinking or smoking problem. The most important issue is that serious health consequences appear from these type of stress relief andrepparttar 143048 best thing is to avoid them.

What can be done?

1. Some people should try to find some activities before they enter their houses. An idea could be to drive around to relax or to stop for some shopping.

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