Have you ever caught yourself watching a tv show and something too relateable happens and you burst into tears? That good, home-hitting sadness that makes you feel like the actors are portraying your life or speaking to you.
I often think we need those good hard cries, and when it is in a tv show I think it gives us that reassurance that we are not alone.
Sometimes I catch myself in these daydreams, that are so vivid and so real. Does anybody else have these thoughts, that possess our mind and play out like movie scenes?
I think daydreaming is a healthy way of imagining the bigger future, or even just the bigger picture of a current event in your life. I tend to have a little more control over these rather than my night dreams.
Are these dreams a sign of what we expect or want in our future? Or are they just extravagant thoughts we just put in our mind for our own temporary entertainment?
Today, I had a very unfortunate situation come my way in regards to a job application. I won’t go into too many details but needless to say, it didn’t pan out how I had wanted it to. Instead of being sad or upset I decided to look at the positives of this horrible job opportunity.
One thing I know I have a hard time with is confidence when it comes to applying for jobs. I’m afraid to come across as too much, or the opposite, not showcase myself enough. Well, this time I applied over confidently! I souped up my experience(no lies, just some better wording), and I stated that it would be tremendously beneficial to have me as an employee.
Secondly, when I get to the interview part of a job opportunity I clam up and get extremely nervous. It’s like being a little kid all over again. Not this time though! I spoke with poise and integrity and made sure I conveyed my confident demeanor.
Regardless if I got the job or not. Today was hands down the greatest job application experience ever. I appreciate the fact that I can sit back and turn this unfortunate negative into a positive.
Create happiness!!! Turn that NEGATIVE into a POSITIVE!!!!
I have always wondered why the phrase, “My strengths are my weakness”, existed. I personally think this phrase can be worded both ways because my weaknesses are sometimes my strengths.
I am a very caring and giving person, sometimes too much. I often hear that this is a weakness of mine. Is it though? Is it weak to have a big heart, to be empathetic, or to care? Or is it a strength of mine that I might need to master?
Our weaknesses are our strengths, own them, and master them. I think the only weakness someone could truly have is giving up, to not live, learn, or take advantage of the opportunities given, to not strive to be the best you can be.