Be active and improve yourself
Why to Be active and improve yourself? When you are not active you are having a problem. Why? Because you are not making your ideas and energy constructive. Be active, find constructive things that you deal with in your spare time. Lear something new. Find something that would be interesting for a long period and learn about it. Ater that you can advance it it so you will never get bored.
Be active, find constructive things that you deal with in your spare time. The worst thing that can happen is you just do not do anything to pass the time of day to the next, without a more important goal. Too much free time you do not use in a constructive way and laziness, can only lead to lethargy and a sense of aimlessness. Find things that you deal with – fix the house, yard, car … Perform the final things that constantly postponed because not enough time for them earlier.
Find a hobby that you can enjoy but which is useful, perhaps this hobby can provide you with some sources of income. Consider whether you have any knowledge or skills that you can cash in by making you provide services or make some products. It is very important to feel useful. It might not be bad and to volunteer, especially if you do not have a lot of prior work experience. This will allow you to acquire additional work experience, knowledge or skills, and if it turns out well and has opportunities for employment, your employer may later hire.
Consider what are the skills and knowledge that will make it easier to find a job and move on to courses, seminars and lectures. That would make you a better candidate for the job, but also to show a potential employer that you are not sitting idle while you did not have a job, but you are seriously working on it and improving it. If you are not financially able to give yourself that kind of training, you can search for books in public libraries with practical topics or finish some courses that could be useful to you in future. All new skills, knowledge and experience be sure to enter in his biography.