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Looking for a Job – Go For Your Dream Job

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It is wonderful to keep your dream job in mind when searching for a job. Every person who works for a living, whether a 9 to 5 employee, a freelancer or an entrepreneur has a dream job in mind. A dream job is a job that offers the right pay, benefits and working conditions. We all want dream jobs, dream clients, dream circumstances. The reality is that many of us have to take right now jobs while we are waiting for the dream job to show up. This means we must do a good job and appreciate the right now jobs we have while we prepare for the dream jobs.

In a dream world, I would be able to work as a consultant from 10 to 2 each day with two clients who each  paid me $1,000,000 per year and would have the remainder of the day to devote to writing, and taking care of my family. Today I do not have that dream job. I typically work from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and then from 9 pm to 1 am. I have several consulting clients who pay me far less than $1,000,000 a year and I scramble to find time for writing and taking care of my family.  This is reality; the world in which I live. I have a choice, I can complain and be sad that I am not living the dream or I can do the best job possible with what I have and prepare to handle the dream job situation when it arrives. I have chosen to live the life I have and be happy about it all as I prepare for my dream future.

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Look at your job, your freelance work or your business, whatever it is that you do to make a living. Look for ways to be satisfied, for pieces of joy, for moments of happiness. Enjoy the work situation you have. At the same time, keep your mind on your mission and your mission on your mind while you make preparations for that dream situation. Get your skill set up to where it needs to be in order to handle the dream job of the future. Put your attitude in check so that you can handle the new responsibilities, obligations and perks that come with the dream job. Use the time you have while working your right now job to prepare your library, office supplies and technology for the dream job.

Most of all be happy. The right now job, by definition, is not your dream job. However, it is a job that is paying your bills, making it possible for you to dream of something better. Do your best work and give good and honest efforts at the right now job. This is important because excellence is a habit and you need to develop and use on the dream job. The people you are working with now, may be people you work with on the dream job or may be in a position to refer work to you when you work as a freelancer or an entrepreneur. Your behavior, work habits and reputation while working the right now job will follow you to the dream job so, strive for excellence while preparing for the future.

In conclusion, it is wonderful to keep your dream job in mind when searching for a job. So, the question for you this wonderful day is, what is your dream job?

21 thoughts on “Looking for a Job – Go For Your Dream Job”
  1. This is true, we must put food on the table so we should be appreciative of the jobs we have qhile we are waiting for the dream job.

  2. It is so important to be happy with your job. No matter what that job is! Attitude is everything!

  3. This is a wonderful post. Complaining does nothing but make everything worse. You have to work it to make it happen, and you might as well be happy about it, too!

  4. Let me correct you – you listed two jobs there that are each the equivalent of two or three jobs!

  5. I agree. Doesn’t hurt to chase the dream, but you have to keep the lights on until you get there!

  6. I am happy to say that I pretty much have my dream job right now. I still work every day to make it better though!

  7. I think so many people who are say unemployed get caught up in the “well I could make more money on unemployment gig”. They fail to understand that quote you have above in the pink box.

  8. My dream job is to become a chef. These are good advice.

  9. There is nothing better than going to work everyday and actually loving what you do! I’ve been blessed to have that but you’re right…it took a minute and every step was ordered!

  10. Very good advice. I know I have worked jobs till a better job came around. Also, your Dream Job may be a job you never considered. After a very successful career – I now have my Dream Job – a job I never would of thought would be my job of choice.

  11. My dream job had always been to become a preschool teacher and I actually accomplished that right before I had my daughter. My “dream job” didn’t turn out like I thought it would though.

  12. When you have a family, you have to provide first. Which means taking jobs that may not be what you want. I think it’s important to keep striving to find that dream job…but you have to put food on the table.

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