A Former Recruiters .mentary On Business And Opportunity-footman

Business As a former corporate recruiter by profession (I now run my own business full-time as of two months ago), I regularly met and interviewed job seekers: career changers, upcoming and recent college graduates who all had a "downgraded" outlook on their job market. College graduates have been more flexible (in that they want to contribute but they don’t know where or even IF they’re needed). The career changers have been re-evaluating their goals: focusing on what they really want. I’m sure they’re asking themselves "Should I be pursuing something else? OK, is getting laid off 3 times in a row a sign?" In most cases, I think it is a sign. You might have heard about the law of attraction, a basic law of life where your mindset and your passionate desires affect the world around, attracting what you truly want. I am seeing more and more people being laid off from jobs and sidetracked from careers they don’t want anymore or didn’t really want in the first place! And when that happens, those wheels start turning thinking, "now this is an opportunity to do what I’ve always dreamed of!" So home businesses are sprawling up and entrepreneurial spirits are soaring. Those underemployed who want to make more money are teaching piano lessons on nights and weekends or getting into Internet Marketing. Real Estate Professionals, Realtors and Medical Sales professionals, Franchise entrepreneurs, are all re-evaluating their career choices realizing that when one door closes, a better opportunity is sure to come. And the ones that will succeed take action! I just had the amazing privilege to listen in on a live interview with Greg S. Reid, author of "Three Feet From Gold". Greg has also interviewed 72 of the world top leaders in his most recent film, "Pass it On" where they share what they did to create a life of great abundance. What I learned and need to share on this topic is to always make decisions not when you’re in a valley, but when things start going on the upswing. Ride out the valley when things are tough. And remember, sometimes getting laid off is the upswing! Lastly, stop signs in life do not mean stop and quit, they mean pause, look around, regroup and then move onward. "When we least expect it, life sets us a challenge to test our courage and willingness to change; at such a moment, there is no point in pretending that nothing has happened or in saying that we are not ready. The challenge will not wait. Carpe diem. Seize the moment." ~Paulo Coelho My passion lies in helping people in their personal development. I have an awesome home business and help others start their own. ..inspirationsuccess.. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: