August 18, 2010
SlideShare: Five Tips to Stay Focused on Your Job SearchEach time you interrupt a focused work task, it takes time to get back to the level of concentration and effectiveness you had before the interruption. You might consider yourself an excellent multitasker, but recent studies show that people misjudge how well they perform when dividing their attention among many tasks (and the people who believe they are most effective at multitasking are least productive, when tasks are measured impartially).
A job search demands a lot of different tasks, so how in the hyperlinked world are you going to keep focused? Again, the answer is good time management. For most of us, that means blocking out a space and time when you won’t be interrupted. It also helps to follow some basic habits that keep you from distracting yourself. Here are five tips from Doug Hardy, author of Monster's Six Fundamentals to Building a Lifelong Career ebook.
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Posted by: Steven Baird | Aug 24, 2010 11:20:28 AM
Nice tips! its often gives me further idea to be able to pass the job qualitfication that I must need. That is right! Good time management is best to be focused on job searching.
Posted by: selection criteria | Oct 12, 2010 2:53:24 AM
Nice tips! its often gives me further idea to be able to pass the job searching qualification that I must really need. Thats right! good time management is important to be focused on my job searching. Thank you for the post.
Posted by: selection criteria | Oct 12, 2010 3:02:57 AM
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