Posted on Wednesday, February 11, 2015
in Emotional, Relational, Values
I love my job. I love being employed. I hope that you have satisfying and meaningful work. This is not an essay for simplicity nor against having a job. This is a tribute to a friend giving up a great job for a great woman.
Awww if you want, it’s true.
It’s a risk.
It’s a sacrifice.
No job is “perfect”; hence without problems.
No relationship is “perfect” nor problem-free.
But, if you have the chance to build a lifelong love with someone while working a mundane job OR work a great job to return home lonely or to a contentious home, which would you choose?
Posted on Tuesday, October 9, 2012
in Education, Emotional, How To, Intellectual, Relational, Social, Spiritual, Sports, Values
When I was a teen I had a conversation with my dad about my future career choices.
Since I was a little boy I was known as “Scotty the Scientist”, so clearly a career in the sciences made sense for me. So it was a surprise to my dad when I mentioned that I thought about becoming a police officer.
That dream was more based on my fantasies about being a hero than understanding the what the job would entail.
Right Up Your Alley – What You Do Reveals Who You Are Becoming
“I can’t get a job. I’ve looked everywhere!”
“They won’t call me back.”
“They just hate (fill in the blank)!”
Finding a job is difficult. I’m not certain what the answer is, but I do have some time-tested suggestions for teens and adults who want to step ahead in the marketplace:
Seven Communication Skills That We Need
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Job Hunting? Discover The Magic Of These Skills – UPDATED
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