The way to handle failure today is critical to future job search success. If you want to achieve, you need to gain confidence and pride—take on challenging goals, develop positive patterns and methods for success.
Handle rejection badly, and you will wind up choosing either extremely easy tasks or unreasonably complicated ones guaranteed to fail. Neither one is good for your job search since one provides little professional challenges, and the other will feed into a false sense of failure.
The first thing is to invest time and effort to make significant accomplishments outside of your job search.
Ten steps to manage rejection in a job search will help put your life, and career, in perspective. Use them and prepare for real success: Continue reading “Job Search Failure? How to Handle Rejection”