Time Commitment Required to Find New Job Requires Discipline

It takes time to find a new job. Successful candidates commit time on a regular basis to devote to their job search. This requires discipline to achieve day after day. Who helps you stay committed to your daily disciplines?

Time commitment required to find new job

“What kind of commitment are we talking about?” she asked. “I’m pretty busy in my job as CHRO.”

“We need 30 minutes a day, every day,” I replied. “It doesn’t have to be all at once. It can be 15 minutes here, 10 minutes there, etc. Some days will take a little more.”

“Oh, that doesn’t sound so bad,” she said. “I think I can do that.”

“It’s harder than it sounds,” I shared. “But if it’s important you will find a way.”

Why is it difficult? It’s just human nature. According to HHS.gov less than 5% of Americans engage in at least 30 minutes of rigorous physical activity daily. US News reports that only 30% of people floss daily. 32% report they never floss.

These are just a few examples of daily disciplines that we all know we should do. But, do we do them regularly? No. The rates of compliance go up dramatically when you have someone monitoring you, urging you forward.

Who urges you forward on your daily disciplines in your job search efforts?

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