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Positive In, Positive Out

I cannot stress how important it is to surround yourself with positive people, at all times, but especially during the job search process. 

The search for a job is a process that requires you to be at the top of your game at every stage.  You must research the firms you are most interested in, you must craft an amazing resume, you must practice your interview skills, and your follow up skills, and more.

When a friend or family member has a bad attitude, or when they are negative or critical, they drain your energy which in turn hurts your chances of doing well. 

Tonight, my partner and I attended a silent auction held by a great organization called Savvy Ladies.  One of the speakers there was Kim Kiyosaki, author of Rich Woman, and married to Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad. 

Kim is a positive force and speaks often about how  women must be proactive to build and maintain their wealth.  She writes about how women and men are different when it comes to money and investing.  Kim wants women to find the “Rich Woman in you … a woman rich in spirit, rich in life experience and rich in all ways financial.  To that Rich Woman”, Kim says “Let her soar!”.  Who would not want to be around this person?!  It was a cold rainy night but we wouldn’t have missed it for the world.

If you are in a job search, make sure you find time for energy boosters.  Being in the company of such people can only help you do well and ultimately succeed.  Keep your spirit up and your activity high and good things will come your way!

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