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You are Not Your Job: Spiritual and Practical Steps to Working with Self Esteem

  Losing a job.  Not getting an interview.  Equating our job title or salary with our value as a person.  These are all ways that our self-esteem can be tied, erroneously, to our career.   Sometimes we fall into the trap of equating work-related events and status with our self worth.  Even though we all know that saying “It’s not personal, it’s business”, who hasn’t felt personally slighted by getting passed up for a promotion or getting laid off, even if you are one of many in your company downsize? Positive recognition as Sales Manager of the Month or a Read More





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Dealing with “Rejection”

   “Do not waste yourself in rejection; do not bark against the bad, but chant the beauty of the good.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson   “Why didn’t I get that job? The interview went so great!” “My resume is PERFECT for their job description – why haven’t they called? It’s been months!” “I know it’s a financially based “layoff”, but it sure feels like I got fired . . . “ It is as inevitable in job searching, as it is in life, that sometimes we are going to feel unwanted, not appreciated, passed over, or flat out DISSED by some experience Read More