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Within an hour she had a handle on the situation. She knew the counselors' schedules and had a list of the people in the waiting room, including their needs and occupations. As the counselors finished with each candidate, they were able to pick up the next person by looking at the list she had prepared. Once the candidates realized they were going to be helped, they calmed down and order was restored to the reception area. As for Donna, by the end of the day she had been offered and accepted a job as receptionist.
The option you finally choose should not only be the one that will best help you attain your goal, it should be the one you can truly commit to. Step 4. Develop a Plan for Change or Correction. Make a plan for implementing the option. Establish objectives that will allow for making small steps toward the goal. If the change seems overwhelming, you will tend to resist it. Commit to accomplishing one step at a time, and set completion dates for each step to help you progress steadily toward the goal.
The waiting room at the agency was chaotic. The receptionist had just quit. Phones were ringing and counselors were trying to interview clients, while people were milling around looking frustrated because they weren't being helped. Finally, after observing the confusion, Donna's natural take-charge instincts took over. She stepped behind the receptionist desk and started fielding calls. Within an hour she had a handle on the situation. She knew the counselors' schedules and had a list of the people in the waiting room, including their needs and occupations.
101 Great Answers to the Toughest Job Search Problems by Ollie Stevenson