Hopelessness causes despair, a belief that no better way exists of resolving a problem, situation or circumstance. When things are hopeless, we tend to lose our desire to try and therefore just give up. We doubt that any help is possible.
How does the saying go? "One bad apple spoils the whole barrel." This is never more appropriate than when speaking of a bad boss.Almost every Christian worker has had a negative experience or two working for a bad boss. But, just in case you've managed to escape one, here are some tell-tale signs.
It seems that the prevailing view of workers these days is one of rebellion and resistance.If they don't agree with the leader or the person in authority, they resist him or her.
For Godly relationships to develop and flourish, we must not reject the truth about ourselves, going regularly to the cross, where the ground is always level and we are met with open arms.
It's important to take frequent short breaks when searching for a job.Breaks are simply time-outs to reconsider, reflect and make adjustments to your job search.
Job search dragons exist wherever there is disagreement and conflict surrounding any phase of the search process. They are the result of poor communication no matter the reason or timing.
The goal of your job search is to ultimately get a job! There are many things to consider.A successful job search is an effectively managed campaign or personal promotion to assist you in achieving your career goals.
When most Christians think of stress, what comes to mind is usually basic information that's not particularly interesting or beneficial. But there's a lot more to stress–especially how anger affects it than just the basics.
After being laid off it's easy to succumb to self-doubt about being able to find a new job.You may think you don't have what it takes to run a successful job search campaign, so you give into feelings of inadequacy and just don't even try.
In Finding the Career That Fits You, you will discover the person God made you to be through insightful looks at your personality, skills, life values, and vocational interests. Ellis and Burkett will walk you through the job-search process and give you the confidence you need to start or change your career.
It IS possible to face burnout and survive to live another day. While burnout can happen to anyone, people who are driven to achieve are usually more prone to it. They tend to be overworked, over – booked, and over-productive.
Your personality is the outward expression of the self. It includes all the qualities that make you a unique individual—your behavior, temperament, emotions and mental capacity.
One of the best ways to reduce and manage stress is to be kind to yourself. Yes, that's right, you can creatively manage stress at work and unwind from it in your personal life by being kind to yourself.
The Bible outlines four major things the Christian needs to know about work, a job and a career:
In today's economic and business climate, who isn't worried about the possibility of job loss? To manage anxiety and be more proactive, learn to watch for layoff warning signs.
A sidetracked career is full of distractions that break your concentration or focus. The frustrations, irritations, interruptions and events that take your mind off of goals, ambitions and dreams can wreak havoc on a career.
It has been said that critics are "do nothing" people. If you are trying to accomplish anything great, you will be criticized by those who are doing nothing.
You're in trouble…it seems that senior management has lost confidence in you. Your ideas are shot down at every turn and each decision you make is constantly questioned. Your ideas are shot down at every turn and each decision you make is constantly questioned. Your future with the company is precarious and uncertain.
When discussing God and religion, one hears a lot about a spiritual walk.
Have you ever wondered what God has planned for your career? In today's fast paced world, it's easy to ignore or miss the career plans God has made for each person.
After examining hundreds of applications, I have encountered countless resumes and cover letters that have destroyed any chance of an applicant getting an interview.
Here are the 8 tips for marketing yourself graciously: Instead of talking about what you did, talk about the difference it made.
I will be refreshed, replenished, and will recover my strength when I turn over my work and activities to Christ.
I'm on a quest - a quest for REST. This is so very important to me because I've recently come to realize that REST eludes me because of a driven personality
As a Christian, you are called to a higher standard of entrusting your career to the Lord, seeking His guidance