Whether you want to change companies or career, or even if you are new in the job market, finding a job is never an easy task. If you are like many people who are ambivalent about polishing resumes and writing application letters, we are here to give you tips on how you can use interior décor as a motivating factor in your resolve to find a new job.
Art can effectively bring your underlying passions to life by helping you to express yourself to- and connect with- other people. Coding wall art, for example, can help you identify your strength and encourage you to forge new, helpful connections.
If you are frustrated or dissatisfied with your current job but you aren’t sure whether to move on or not, here are six ways to make up your mind using interior décor.
1. Push all your worries aside
Maybe you don’t know this but you most likely are held back by the worries that something bad could happen to you and your family if you changed your job at this point in time. Maybe you feel like you haven’t saved enough to sustain you long enough if your first check in your next job delays or if you fail to get past the probation stage.
Well, your worries are legitimate but not entirely necessary, to be honest with you. There always feel overwhelmed by the prospect of leaving your comfort zone for a different, new challenge. The best thing to do, therefore, is to inspire yourself with wall art and other interior decors that display people or animals who never shy from chasing their dreams. After all, what your eyes see most is what your brain will learn to believe.
2. Art encourages creative thinking
Sorry to tell you this but rumbling about your bosses and colleagues or cursing your paycheck every month will not magically change things for the better. You need to get creative and come up with the right game plan for your next venture. You then need to get off the couch and start chasing your dream.
But being creative especially when your future is at stake is never an easy thing for anyone, even by your standards. Motivating décor enhances your problem-solving skills, helps you to find the best solutions to every challenge, and stimulates your brain to think critically and creatively.
And if you can manage to art your hobby and be painting stuff, no matter how amateur you could be, that will bring to life the most creative side of you. That creativity will help your job hunting course in more ways than you can possibly imagine.
3. Boosting your self-esteem
If you don’t trust your abilities or skill sets when searching for a job, no interviewer will believe in you either. Maybe you refuse to leave your comfort zone because you feel like you are too weak and inexperienced to work in a job that gives you a new set of challenges.
Now, have you ever stuck your kids’ artwork on their bedroom walls or the refrigerator door to raise their self-esteem? Did that technique work on the little ones? Of course, it did and it can equally work on you. Paint your walls with the décor ideas that come off your mind, regardless of how bad you are at it.
Write down how you feel about your current job and pin it on your bedroom door. If you are a Christian, hang a wall art with the message that all people are equal before the eyes of God. All these things will help you to resist impulses so that you can achieve your goals. They will give you the right dose of the sense of accomplishment, which is very important in raising your esteem.
4. Increased tolerance
If you can remember how you got your current job, then you know how much negative feedback recruiters can throw at you. That is, of course, if you didn’t have the right connections. Sometimes you can get too much negative feedback that you lose your cool and either quit the job hunt or say something bad to the recruiters to the extent of hurting your reputation.
While searching for a job can be quite frustrating and time-consuming, not mentioning the creativity that you need to write and update the documents requested by the employer. That is why being motivated is very important to trigger that creativity. Even though depends upon the personality of the person about what makes him/her motivated, but there are many proven techniques or methods, such as wall decors, that trigger motivation.