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By: Marilyn J. Tellez, M.A.

"Fuzzy Headed" Job Goals Lead
to a "Fuzzy Headed" Life

May I clarify in this article what I believe to
be "fuzzy headed" life and job decisions.
I believe both are entwined; life and job.

"Fuzzy Headedness" is a result of not
HAVING and ACTING on life goals. It's
easy to fall into the trap of not making
real decisions for oneself. Others can
make them for us. We can drift and go
to the job and life that just happens.

It is all right to let some things in life
just happen. That puts some glitter and
fun into a life that is worth living. Sure is!

However, if fuzzy thinking and acting is
a pattern in one's life, then TOO MUCH
JUST HAPPENING makes a life that is
out of focus.

Focus, plans, goals, action steps can keep
us all out of the fuzzy headed, fuzzy ball
of thinking, which curls up on itself, yes,
just like a ball of thread! Now who wants
to live a life that is like a ball of thread?
No one that I know of.

In order to not be fooled and trapped into
lots of fuzziness thinking and acting it helps
more than we all know, to have a plan.
Plans which are carried out and acted upon
can give a job seeker more than a fuzzy

About the Author

Marilyn J. Tellez, M.A.
Certified Job & Career Transition Coach
Phone: (509) 469-3514

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