Winners in the jobless situation never stop looking for alternatives. This is because they understand that joblessness means that they have to climb a mountain to see the opportunities on the other side. Those who are hopeless give up because they cannot see the answer from where they are standing. But those people who move forward first are at an advantage. They use what I call "possibility thinking" rather than "probability thinking." It is absolutely true that finding a job in this economy is not highly probable for many, but totally false that it is not possible. The problem is that it takes a certain effort and motivation to pursue what is possible but not probable, and the disappointment of the job loss leaves people feeling hopeless and stuck.
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