Just did a scary thing   20 comments

I just hit send on a job application.

I haven’t applied for a job in almost 18 years.

What if I don’t get aninterview?

What if I bomb it?

What if they don’t want to hire me?

What if they do?

 

WHAT WAS I THINKING?????

 

 

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Posted June 9, 2014 by salpal1 in Uncategorized

20 responses to “Just did a scary thing

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  1. Good luck!

  2. We have never met but I know you did GREAT! Sending a job application (especially after such a long time!) implies that you’ve thought a lot about yourself, your life, where you are and where you’d like to be. And that is always a good thing. If ever it does not work out it may not have been the right job anyway and you just start over. You did it once and you can do it again 🙂 Kudos to you!

  3. The best time to look for a job is when you already have one–what have you got to lose, right? Good luck!

  4. There is nothing like being self-employed for a long stretch to be totally intimidated by the job search process! 🙂

  5. You were thinking I’d like to be doing something different than I’m doing now. You’re searching for a better fit. This may be the one and it may not. The right one will come along.

  6. I wish you much success. 🙂

  7. Oh good luck. I have to do that within 9 months as my boss is retiring and I’ve been here 14 years. It will be fine. And if you get an interview and don’t get the job you can consider it practice for the next one.

    • In my head I know that.. in my stomach, it is a different story. 🙂

      Kind of scary to be looking out at 9 months to no job – but I am sure you will find a great one to replace it with. I hope it involves some train travel so you can work on your knitting and crocheting!

  8. And if you didn’t do it you would always have been wondering what if….

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