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.
I’ve noticed a chiasmic void occurring within those who have enjoyed successful, lucrative careers but find themselves in the unemployment line….”The problem is the more success you achieve the harder it is to change.”
Patience is allowing someone to be imperfect. Patience gives us the freedom to let go of our need to be right all the time. It is a huge character trait that may well be the difference between leaving a positive legacy and leaving a negative one.
In January 2006, How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life by Indian-American Kaavya Viswanathan hit the book stores. Little, Brown & Company, the oldest and most prestigious of American publishers cut a deal with Viswanathan. At age 17, she was the youngest writer the agency had ever taken and she received […]