The heart of an artist is fearless. It dares to dream and envision. It looks beyond the way things seem and sees what others cannot.
I am naturally an abstract thinker.
According to wiseGEEK.com, 'the abstract thinker can conceptualize or generalize, understanding
that each concept can have multiple meanings. Such thinkers might see
patterns beyond the obvious and be able to use patterns or a variety of
concrete ideas or clues to solve larger problems.'
This is one of the things I really, really like about myself, and this definition describes me well. As a result, I'm able to dream and envision things that others don't or won't or can't.
I've been in a bit of a dark place lately. Trying to find a job can be frustrating and filled with disappointments, especially when you know you can do the job if someone would only give you the chance.
Unfortunately, 'abstract thinker' doesn't seem to be on employers' radars, but it definitely makes me a better volunteer, employee, student, wife, mother, woman...
But at the moment, a job is not what I'm focused on. After a few rejections, I just need to remind myself that I am good enough, that I have a lot to offer and that I have some wonderful qualities.
And that's the reason for this post. I needed to focus on me...and what I do well.
Somebody's going to see me and what I have to offer, and they're going to be smart enough to say, "You're hired." It wouldn't hurt if they added that they're going to pay me an exorbitant amount of money because I'm just so darn awesome!
Meanwhile, I'm just going to get my thinking back on track.
Stay positive. Believe. Give. Be fearless.