Are you an Encourager?

Are you asking yourself what this means to my employment search? A person who practices encouraging actually exudes positive energy which draws others to them. An encourager smiles more easily and comes up with positive ideas for problem solving. If you find that you’ve been more of a “terminator” than an “encourager” the linked article is a good place to start for you to understand the importance of changing directions. Whichever position you are practicing, it can reflect in an interview, your daily work relations and even more within your family life. Sometimes we can fall into the role of “terminator” when we’re being hard on ourselves for our perceived failures. Think about it, you probably want others to give you a break, won’t you start today by giving yourself a break? Let your co-workers or the employer who interviews you see the hopeful, positive energy you have kept covered until now. Watch the sunshine of encouragement take the dreary clouds of the terminator away. Read on, have a breakthrough of change and gain success in all you do!

http://baird-group.com/articles/taking-stock-are-you-the-terminator-the-encourager

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