Finding the Work You Can Love


Not all people get to love their first job. But everyone can find work to love. And sometimes, having clear priorities in life can lead you the work that best fits you. So before you step into the world, it helps to reflect on the things that matter most to you and use them as a guide when you start building your career.

1. Be deliberate in your approach. Take the time you need to figure out your priorities. Ask yourself what it is that gives you the most joy? What are the things you want to do that are aligned with your deepest aspirations in life? Who are the people who truly matter to you? Reflecting on hard questions and confronting your fears can help reveal your true priorities in life.

2. Organize and streamline your life. You cannot focus on the priorities you have set if you are dealing with a lot of mental and physical clutter every day. Declutter and organize your life by paring down to the most essentials, which are likely to be your top priorities. You improve your focus when you remove the non-essentials that can interfere with your efforts to accomplish your goals.

3. Take advantage of every day. You have to live your priorities every single day. Get the most important tasks done and make sure that you prioritize the things that support your long-term goals. It would help to remember that what you do each day either brings you closer or away from your dreams.

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How To Pass The Interview

So are you ready for an interview? You are very close in getting that job. Now, what we have to work on is how you can nail the interview. Job interviews will send butterflies to your stomach but don’t worry you are not alone. Just don’t let the nervousness eat you.

Know Everything You Can About The Company

When the interviewer asks you, “Why do you want to work for this company?” What will be your answer? Knowing about the company by doing an advance research will give you edge. If you nail this question, your interviewer will have this impression that you really, really want this job.

Practice Your Answers Ahead Of Time

Nobody knows what questions you interviewers, but there are list of common questions that could serve you as a guide. Interviewers usually ask why we should hire you? Being prepared in advance will give you a boost and will prevent you from stuttering.

Make Sure You Are At Your Best

This is very simple, you have to be the best version of yourself during your interview. Make sure that your nails are trimmed. Make sure that you are wearing the appropriate clothing and shoes. These are just the basics. You have to be presentable, smells nice, and wear that smile on your face.

Be Early

Your punctuality starts at the moment you are scheduled for an interview. Don’t let this chance slip away because of traffic. Anticipate that there will always be traffic. Prepare one hour earlier so you could get out of the house early. Giving yourself one hour extra will not only save you some stress but will also make lasting impression to your employers.

Observe Proper Sitting Position

Don’t slouch and watch your legs. Observing proper sitting position will make you look professional and sincere. Slouching shows lack of interest and laziness.

Listen Carefully

It’s okay if you ask the interviewer to repeat his or her questions but if you are doing this too much, it can be annoying. Employers need applicants who are fast learners and can communicate well. If you will not be able to prove to your interviewer that you posses these skills, then you might not be considered.

Be Yourself And Let Your Skills Shine

The best way to nail an interview is when you answer at a normal tone. Interviewers can sense pretending. Be as normal as possible and treat it as if it’s a normal conversation. Don’t forget to focus on the positive. Let your skills shine and what contributions you can give to the company.

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