Work Search Buddies

By Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter
Paul Cecala, a New Jersey-based coach wrote about having a relationship with a Work Search Buddy.

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Paul Cecala, a New Jersey coach, wrote about work search buddies. He said the function of a work search buddy relationship is to maintain focus on the job search and be held accountable for your actions. You should set up possible doable goals, actionable by you within a specific period of time, clear to understand at a time where a hard deadline to complete your plan.

Some other tips you should follow–Be on time and honor your appointment times. Stay positive and don’t be negative. Own up to your mistakes and find ways to correct them. Stay committed to your work search buddy.

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