How I Manifested My Dream Job.
A few months ago I admitted to myself that I was not happy in my job and decided that it was time to look for a new one. First I thought over what my ideal, dream job would be, what I would love to do on a daily basis that would make me jump out of bed every morning. It wasn’t a very difficult task, as I had already found my passion during my earlier job. I had taken up the next job thinking I might find something new that I loved doing but that wasn’t the case. It only made me realize how much I loved my old job and that it was time to go back.
About a week or two after admitting to myself that I needed a new job, an ex-colleague who I hadn’t interacted with in nearly a year, messaged me about a vacancy in my previous organization! I heard the job description and immediately knew this was the job for me!
The process was slow and it took nearly 2 months to even schedule an interview but I decided to be patient as I knew this is the job I wanted. The interview was a breeze. When I did not get a call back for over a month, I did not lose heart. I started preparing for my new job as if I already had the offer letter. The new job involved moving back to my home city, so I started moving my things during my trips home. I designed a visiting card with my ‘to-be employer’s name, address and desired designation and put it in my purse so that I would look at it frequently. My sister had promised me a gift if I landed this new job, so I made her buy it for me in advance. I set a date in my head for the last working day in my current organization and I declined all meetings and invites that were beyond that date because I knew I wouldn’t be around to attend them. In every possible way, I behaved like the job was already mine.
Then one morning I got a call from the HR that for one last interview. It went well and I got the offer letter shortly after that! I immediately accepted and lost no time in handing in my resignation to my employer.
Today I am sitting at my desk in my new job, and I am exactly where I visualized being, physically and emotionally. Thank you, Universe, I know you’re always watching out for me.
I’m grateful to the colleague who thought of me when this opportunity came up and told me about it at a perfect time, to my interviewer who made it a cakewalk for me and for the things I learned from my previous jobs. I am grateful for the chance to move back to my home cityand for the city that had been home to me for over a year. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
PS. Almost everything above this, I wrote some weeks ago, when I was waiting for a callback and had decided not to lose heart!