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Graphic design is the process of visual communication, and problem-solving through the use of type, space, image and color. Clipping is a handy way to collect and organize the most important slides from a presentation. Adults make career defining decisions often think about benefits, and salary, but  rarely happiness.
The one lesson that we did not teach him  is to make assessments in understanding the breadth of his current job. He understands the sacrifice, and the intensity of the work that is ahead to get into nursing school. Last week, a homeless man vomited in the bathroom, and left a rainbow (use your imagination here).
Jobseekers wait too long to as the question, “What is  the worse that could happen to me?” In some way, “Boy Wonder” understands that he will do nasty and dirty tasks, be hot and sweaty, maintain self-control, be patient, and be content with undesirable circumstances. As adults, we can ask those questions in interviews, networking situations, or find online information.
About Mark Anthony DysonI am a Career Consultant, Host & Producer of "The Voice of Job Seekers podcast, and Founder of the blog by the same name. In addition to the awards, my advice has appeared in major career sites such as AOL Jobs, You Tern, CAREEREALISM, Come Recommended, and Brazen Careerist.
There are three kinds of executives – those that make things happen, those who watch others make things happen, and those who really don’t know what the hell is really going on! The net result of my conversation with Beau was the development of what he referred to as his Career Positioning Strategy. The Position - nature of the next role, organization level, preferred organization situation, breadth of responsibilities, etc. Other Alternatives – different size organizations, other types of organizational situations, consulting, teaching, entrepreneurial opportunities, etc. Next Steps – immediate tactics to consider, reason for leaving statement, personal commercial, marketing tools required, research, strategic networking, etc.
Through our coaching relationship he thoughtfully and planfully fleshed his thinking, feelings and wants around the foregoing as well as a number of other critically related areas.
Everybody wants to believe that their career path is in their own hands, that what happens to them with their job and in their career is within their control. The “unexpected” includes your company being acquired by another company within your industry.  While you may feel secure in your job, confident that you’re not going to be laid off or “downsized” by organization, the rules can change during this particular scenario. And that’s just one of many “unexpected” scenarios that can occur.  If your career planning and path is based solely on the status quo, then it’s time to change the way you plan and build yourself a more dynamic path. Look at all possible options.  You never know when the least likely option will become your biggest opportunity. And remember that job security is a myth.  YOU are the only person able to provide yourself with a measure of security, and that’s by adhering to the four points listed above.


You can’t move down a career path by standing still.  Instead, be proactive, be prepared, and be ready to take the next step. Are you interested in a career in recruitment, and want to join a company who can offer genuine career opportunities?
Although recruitment experience is advantageous, more importantly we look for a high expectation of yourself, coupled with a desire to succeed, a willingness to learn and excellent communication skills.
The process of doing business with Sales Impact Recruitment was professional and seamless from start to finish. We have lots of conversations about college, his future, and women (although mostly theory at this point).
He still plays jokes on friends and coworkers, wants to spend his money frivolously, and would rather eat candy and oatmeal  raisin cookies. However, he is trying to understand how this experience will compare to his experience as a nurse.
No benefits, vacation time, or sick days to reward him for missing one day of work out of a year.
I help and inspire unemployed, underemployed, and under-appreciated job seekers by finding and creating a voice to be heard by heard employers. So let’s brainstorm some ideas that will be in service of your building a solid career transition strategy. Where is it you may want to concentrate on in crafting and advancing you own career transition strategy quickly and confidently? We believe people with these core values, working with a company who provide strong direction, structured training and team support, are the fundamental building blocks of success.
The level of contact between the companies was just right, in that we spoke at agreed times and weren’t pressured like with other agencies.
Most of all, working for “Boy Wonder” provides training opportunities for him that my wife and I offer. The eyes are on the prize, and he understands that the 2016 Escalade will not be paid by his parents. I see too many voice-less resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, and other attempts people attempt to market themselves. Once you’ve got clarity around this, it will simplybe  a matter of your  making it happen and regularly updating it. Much is made of synergy when it comes to organizations, but seldom discussed is bad synergy! If the top two or three people in a company or department are negative, suspicious, hostile or downright incompetent, those attitudes will filter throughout the ranks.Every day you come into work with the feeling you’re fighting something but you can’t put your finger on exactly what it is—let me suggest it might very well be that negative synergy. There were some good people in there, but they were snowed under by bad management and that portion of the rank and file who seemed to be able to play the game only too well.I ended up leaving and never looked back.
What I didn’t know at the time was that this small, privately held company was on the verge of bankruptcy!Sometimes it really isn’t you–it’s the company! I could have stayed in the business and worked in some capacity, after all I had been in it for years and knew a lot of people in the business.


But an industry’s problems are usually too big for one person to work through.When that happens, you have to come face-to-face with the stay or go question, and do some serious soul searching.
Will you be better off to continue to make a go in an industry you know, or will you be better off trying your hand at something new?As we’ve seen from the mortgage business, industry troubles can take years to work out, and you have to ask if “staying the course” is really in your best interests.
That answer will be different for everyone.Technological ChangesSometimes technology dooms an entire industry, but at the same time it also creates parallel opportunities. The print media has been struggling to survive and to find relevancy ever since the start of the Internet Age.
So far, it seems to be losing the battle—virtually every projection shows it to be continuing to lose ground. But at the same time, new opportunities are arising on the internet, and while making the shift from print to the web may be difficult it’s hardly impossible.The situation was similar for radio when TV became popular in the 1950s. Many of the stars of 1950s TV series were former radio personalities who had successfully made the jump. They decided to make the change into the new industry rather than to ride the old one down—technology changed the game forever.Career shifts due to technology have been going on for a long time, so it’s something we should recognize and be prepared for. The “Little Voice Inside”Sometimes you just know that you’re in the wrong place, doing the wrong job. It could be that the career you have just isn’t cutting it—emotionally, intellectually, spiritually, physically or financially. What ever it is, you owe it to yourself to investigate what the little voice inside is telling you.I realize that this is hard to describe, but over the years I’ve learned that when the “little voice inside”—also referred to as “your gut” (as in “going with your gut”)—is telling me something on a consistent basis, I need to pay attention. Feel free to disagree but that’s been my own experience!A Burning Desire To Do Something ElseNot everyone agrees with the idea of following your passion to your chosen life’s work, and if you don’t please humor me for a bit.We live in a world where job security is rapidly deteriorating, and as it does the idea of working for a paycheck alone isn’t as solid an idea as it once was. It may be more important than ever to work in a career that you truly feel passionate about. If you do, there’s a better chance that you’ll excel at your work, and become even more successful than ever.
And even if you aren’t a success as the world defines it, you may be happier than you’ve ever been.{In choosing a career path, do you choose money or happiness (or both)?}Should you leave a well paying career to follow your passion? That’s something only you can decide, but it’s worth thinking about.Make Your Move While You’re Still In ControlOne of the advantages of deciding to make a career change is that you can engineer the entire transition. You aren’t leaving because of a layoff or a firing (though either may be a definite possibility in the future) and because of this you can maintain some control over the process.Many people make career changes only after a job loss, which only seems to be a natural break in the career cycle. But a job loss can create financial need and a sense of panic, neither of which are conducive to a smooth career transition.



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