How to avoid job search burnout | Kare 11 interviews Gaye Lindfors

100222055140_job burnout-2 GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — We’re just a few weeks into the new year, but for many job seekers, these weeks are extending what has become a very old job search.

How can you stay motivated and keep your job search energized when your weeks of unemployment are turning into months or even years?

Gaye Lindfors, a strategic business advisor and author of Find a Job: The Little Book for Big Success offers several suggestions for coping with job search burn-out.

1) Always remember: you are significant. Your unemployment does not define you.
2) Review (Carefully analyze your tactics and how you’re managing your time.)
3) Regroup (Bring together a group of friends who will talk straight to you; feedback and support)
4) Recommit (Plan your work and work your plan; control your calendar; take guilt-free time for fun)


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