Anticipation awaits us all at some point in our lives, but there is something about the holidays. For many, it is a time of year that is special and brings joy to their lives. For others, the holidays can be a lonely time of year and some people may be grieving the loss of a family member or friend.
2015 is right around the corner as is anticipation for the coming year ahead!
Employment Counselling with Kelly Mitchell
As I write this, it’s early in the morning of Christmas eve and while the anticipation of Christmas morning just 24 hours or less awaits, Anticipation itself is felt before job interviews, while awaiting calls to offer you employment or the fresh start on your ramped-up job search in 2015.
Some cynics will tell you not to get too high when job searching, and they base that advice on the knowledge that for every single person that gets the job offer, there are dozens who will be disappointed, let down and could become discouraged. The advice they are kindly giving is meant to spare you the crash from high anticipation to rock bottom frustration. I can see why that advice is handed out.
On the other hand, why not allow your anticipation to soar? If you are pouring out a lot of energy investing in your job search, researching employers…
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