Blog Spotter Three

by Richard , updated on September 10, 2012

Here’s what we found for you that’s funny, interesting and clever this week in the Careers, HR and Recruitment blogosphere.

3 Things Exercise Can Teach You About Career Success makes some interesting connections between two important parts of our lives. Emily Bennington reminds us that truly rewarding results rarely happen quickly. You can follow Emily on Twitter @EmilyBennington.

In How To Get More Done, Phil Bolton provides wise counsel on how to make your life more productive.  He suggests it’s important to think in increments with your goals, be mindful of major distractions and to not lose sight of the importance of fun in your life.  An important reminder when job hunting.  You can follow Phil on Twitter @LessOrdinaryLi.

Heather Mundell reminds us how all consuming the job search process can be in How to Boost Your Self Confidence During a Job Search.   But fear not!   She has some excellent advice on how to keep perspective and boost your spirits. You can follow Heather on Twitter @HeatherMundell.

I had to include this just because it makes you feel good and reminds us that if you stick at it, amazing things can happen. Pretty inspirational stuff!  Jason McElwaine.

Paula Caligiuri reminds us we can become overly goal focussed in Finding Career Fulfillment in the Process or the Outcome. It’s easy to forget that much of the pleasure can come from the trip itself. If you are job hunting you may be thinking that this is a real stretch, however I have personally found great pleasure from volunteering and caring for my parents, which is all part of my journey. You can follow Paula on Twitter @PaulaCaligiuri.

And this is just plain funny! Job Interview.



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Suz March 26, 2012 at 10:56 pm

I think that’s a really good point about not losing confidence whilst job hunting. Withou confidence the search and recruitment process become so much harder.

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