Back off and back up! ENOUGH!
“….in the interest of SUMMER SOUND BITES to fan by, here are some thoughts to change that fearful dial in your head to easy listening! Because, what you think about, you bring about!
Holding onto the past, I could not logically, safely or economically travel into my future without risk to me and those I love most……I thought of grown men who still own their first cars rusting in unofficial backyard auto cemeteries.
This month I used THE QUESTION …..It is working beautifully!
Love your family at home and work hard to earn the professional respect of your colleagues at work and in the business world. Both worlds are quite different……
We need to be stretched every day of our life in order to prevent shrinkage! Relax into your life. Fighting your circumstances will result in deeper despair
Those promises we make to ourselves to embrace new beginnings with a new year are a waste of time. When you’re ready to jump, the water will be there…..You can’t be who you are, where you are until you’ve been who you were where you were!
There is a tendency to define ourselves through our professions, which can be very dangerous, especially considering the fact that most people do not make conscious career choices……… Finding your fit is an internal evolution of discovering and honoring your uniqueness. It is the process of expressing who you are through what you do. It is a lifelong adventure fueled by genuine curiosity and commitment to yourself and to living the life you desire and deserve.
The line between home and work is a BIG, FAT one, not a fine one……It’s best to remember not to bite the hand that feeds you. You might not care for the feeder, but it IS your meal ticket as long as you are gainfully employed.
Having lived with job loss from all sides, it has become a mission field for me now – helping and providing encouragement for the unemployed and those in job transition. An organized job search shared in community with others of similar circumstances moves you much more quickly and successfully through job loss and transition than trying to go it alone.