Master Your Mind



Our thoughts are powerful. Thoughts lead to actions and behaviors. What we think about we become. What we focus on grows – positive or negative. Nurture your mind with positive thoughts and experiences. Kick negativity to the curb and watch amazing things and people connect to you.


MINDSET is as important as skill set during the job search process. Job hunting can be long, intimidating, sad, and unsettling so you must stay focused on the end goal and not let negative emotions damage your optimism and self-assurance. Employers are seeking a candidate who is experienced, confident, motivated, and positive. Believe you will succeed and let your winning attitude shine in every interview.

1. Be realistic – prepare for a long job search journey
2. Focus on your strengths and skills
3. Develop a strong support system
4. Take care of your physical health – diet, sleep, exercise, and leisure
5. Value yourself. Remember you are more than your title and your life is more than job hunting


Master Your Mind…your life and job depends on it.

More Master Your Mind Blogs:
1. Eliminate Self-Defeating Thoughts
2. Expect To Succeed
3. What Are You Fantastic At?


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Nicki Sanders, The Packaged For Success Coach, is an experienced trainer, group facilitator, and program manager. She has packaged her Masters of Social Work degree and over 15 years of work experience into Packaged For Success, a training and professional development company. Packaged For Success provides career coaching to college students, entry-level job hunters, and experienced employees seeking a promotion. Packaged For Success also offers communication and productivity improvement training for employees and supervisors and provides consultation on building sustainable, impactful, socially responsible community programs.

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