It worked this time thanks. I completely agree with The idea that I am doing nowhere near as much work on Job Search as I think or pretend or want my family to think I am spending on it. I engage a good chunk of my 168 hours each week and when I called productive procrastination. It’s activities like picking up the kids, doing laundry, etc… But need to get done but shouldn’t supersede the time I devote to finding employment.
This brings me back to the question of which activities should I engage in around job search. I’m honestly quite good at pretending that so activity is potential he help on my Job Search when it really isn’t. How does one focusing on tasks that will have a positive impact?