Attitude is everything. Employers hire based on manners, can do attitude and getting the job done.
I've been the subject of age discrimination but offset it with a great attitude and great work product, an employer will forget what age you are chronologically if your product is timeless. We all see our President is in his mid 70''s and nobody ever says he's out of gas.
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I'm vary positive and uplifting ,just move here and didnt do much research now I'm out of work for season and need to work to take care of my five month old baby.
I'm vary positive and uplifting ,just move here and didnt do much research now I'm out of work for season and need... see more
That is correct. A positive attitude does make a difference. It helps with motivation to get the goal done and to reach a goal. Also helps with keeping a friendly environment.
That is correct. A positive attitude does make a difference. It helps with motivation to get the goal done and to... see more
I am an optimistic person (rather I was before becoming disabled) I moved thru 4 levels of promotion in my first year and a half in my career and could have rise even further but turned down the next promotion. I loved my job and was constantly striving to improve my coworkers skillset and workenvironment. Doing EXACTLY what you mentioned. For example, I did my job and then I did the jobs of others when it was necessary for them to be done and no one else is around. Not for compliments, not for rewards but rather because it needed to be done and somebody had to do it. Complaining about it afterwards eliminates the positivity it's driving forward gives you. Being the best that you can be is what I was taught as a child, and learned as an adult is the most rewarding thing of all. Because you shine! Everyone notices that although you're working very hard or diligently, thoroughly or honestly. And helping others to achieve their goals and do their jobs it's rewarding as well because you rub off on others and your entire work environment can change overtime or even instantly in some cases. My name is Kelly and I was a registered nurse from the time I was 20 years old until I was 50. I started out in a ventilator unit that the other nurses dreaded and called Hocker hallway (grimace). I moved over to open her ICU and surgical ICU and found it challenging and rewarding at the same time although I never felt like I shown as I did when I was just a nursing assistant. Before I went to nursing school at volunteered at the local hospitals as a candy striper and then work to send nursing assistant in a nursing home which was very hard work didn't require any certification and the rewards are received were from the patients and their thank you, from the family when they saw their parent up ,dressed appropriately and in a good mood
what I found when I worked in the hospital in ICU unit was that although I was saving people's lives I didn't feel like I was saving myself for their souls so I went back to working in geriatrics the long-term nursing care field where I felt that I was of use, because I cared about the elderly . I was proud of what I did and I love taking care of people is most rewarding thing I could possibly have happened. So if I could give anybody any advice, it would be to choose a career that you love doing something that does something for you on the inside as well as your wallet.
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