« on: April 22, 2012, 10:16:04 PM »
I understand your frustration. I was out of a job for 5 months, after being made redundant. The first few months, I consume myself with worry and doubt, applying for work that would had not even suited me. I decided to just let go and enjoy the time off(fourtunately I had some saving , so financially I was ok). I volunteered for a lot of charities, read books, listen to music, research classes I could participant (which were free ) that I could take that would develope me further. All the while, I continued applying for role. Out of the blue, I recieved a phone call from a role that I had a I applied for , but was not qualified. They had kept my CV and noted that i had done a lot of charities work. they wanted me to come on board to help plan the UK Paralympic 2012 with programme that I am qualified in. It was a 6 week contract, and after i finished that it open so many doors for me.
I am now a freelancer in the work I do, I have not been with out work for nearly a year.
All I can advise you to is to let go, detach you self from whatever ou want. You have already sent it out to the universe, just let it work for you. Life life to the fullest and when you a least expect it, you will get that call for that perfect role that you will love