Is It Time You Did Something?
Have you ever heard the expression “analysis paralysis”? this is where you spend so much time thinking that you actually forego doing anything at all. this can be quite common when you are in transition and embarrassment, self-doubt and over-thinking set in. Inaction is the killer of most career searches. While taking action can sometimes generate fear rest assured inaction will create terror. As Norman Vincent Peale teaches us action is a great restorer and builder of confidence. Inaction is not only the result, but the cause of fear. For many executives there is this false belief that everything must be perfect before the search can commence. they spend weeks, if not months, contemplating what they really want and then more time contemplating how to get it. After that the need for the perfect resume kicks in and there goes even more time tweaking before they actually start searching. the obsession for perfection can be a major roadblock that gets in the way. remind yourself that throughout the search you are always going to be a work in progress. You are smart enough to know the difference between right and wrong actions and that throughout the years you have made many great decisions. nine times out of ten doing “something” is better than standing still. remember that any action inspires more action.
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