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Robert Jenkins
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4 months ago

#1 You must have patience for every aspect of a driving career, from dealing with the vehicle itself people on the road, to dealing with different companies as well as potential new customers/employers. #2 if you make more money than you need, save that money because the time is coming when you won't make any. A career in transportation can be very fickle #feastorfamine. #3 You need the ability to take the good with the bad. Some transportation jobs will be great, others, not so great. Just hang in there you're going to be fine

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Phil Blankenship
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over 6 months ago

As an employer myself, I will "Pre-Qualify" a new prospective employee. I have over 40 years in my trade and I can tell within the first 15 minutes of an interview if he/she is qualified. #1>When you walk into your interview, DON'T BE COCKY. Be confident about the position you applied for. #2>Don't Hustle yourself onto a new employer. As for myself? I'll pick that up in a heartbeat and make this interview short. #3>Answer all questions as accurate as you can and, please, don't ramble. #4> if you pickup on your future employer's common interest along with you? You had better know and experience this and not "Ad-Lib" just to soften him/her up thinking you're a definite hire. #4> This is where experience comes in, WATCH OUT FOR INTERVIEW MAN TRAPS! This is where employers want to find out how honest you are and if you are full of %$#@. I've done it myself when giving an interview. In all, just be yourself and be truthful. Good luck....Phil(DOC)

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Louis Moore
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over 6 months ago

This has always been one of my strong points and it’s at the interview that you convince the hiring manager that you are the best candidate for the job, you can do this by #1. Learning as much as you can about the company before the interview. #2. Being relaxed and down to earth. #3. Selling yourself and letting the interviewer know that you are the right person for the job.

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Tara Carlson
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over 6 months ago

Here are the six best tips for working in retail with no experience:

Tip #1: Keep your workspace organized Tip #2: When stocking shelves, make sure to put smaller items higher and larger items lower Tip #3: If you’re in charge of setting up display cases… be mindful! Tip #4: Don’t cover important information when tagging Tip #5: Don’t base a sales pitch on what you like, base it on the customers’ needs Tip #6: Don’t interpret a customer’s attitude as a review of your work ethic #retail

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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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over 6 months ago

I'm telling you the truth...(Must Read Now.)

It's one thing to fall-short in life, yet, it's even worse if you fail to try.

Failing can be attributed to a series of situations that's have been piled upon you over the years, and now, it's become more difficult to remove the dirt. (Lack of motivation.)

5 - Keys For a Successful Mindset:

No. #1. Pick-up the shovel in your mind, and get to work.

No. #2. Dig a hole 3ft. deep by 3ft. wide.

No. #3. Tear the list into 20 small pieces, because it's wreaking havoc in your life.

No. #4. Bury those 20 pieces away from your "field of dream."

No. #5. Break the shovel in two pieces; now walk away, and don't look back.

My friends, "I don't plan on failing" and neither should you. Attitude is everything, and everything begins in you, before it will manifest for YOU.

I Believe You Can...!

#interview #resume #motivation #hiringnews #jobsearch #coronavirus #warehouselogistics #ridesharedriver #aboutmyjob #veterans #advice #application #unemployment

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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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I'm telling you the truth...(Read Without Fail.)

The unemployment line extends itself day-day to no avail. The numbers fluxiates according to data, perhaps not in you favor at times.

THE LOSING PROCESS: Some people wake-up each morning doing the same old things, expecting different results:

  • Putting the coffee on the stove, watching TV, and submitting 23 to 27 tiring resumes.

  • Staying angry and disgruntled at the world, until the sun goes down.

  • Looking out the window for frivolous results not yet seen.

THE WINNING PROCESS:

Here are 5 - Cutting Edge TIPS to learn for turning things in you favor:

CE #1. The Identification. CE #2. The Modification. CE #3. The Meditation. CE #4. The Appropriation. CE #5. The Communication.

Listen, "start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible." ~Francis of Assisi

I use these principles before my schedule interviews.

I Believe You Can...!

#jobsearch #interview #resume #motivation #hiringnews #positivity #foodservices #workfromhome #hiringevents #coronavirus #goals #successstory #warehouselogistics #ridesharedriver #aboutmyjob #stressful #healthcare #retail

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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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over 6 months ago

I'm telling you the truth...

I was on a ZOOM meeting with a group of people, and was so amazed at the level of doubt that circulated in the room.

Please listen so you can succeed:

HINT No. #1. You have to get rid of your self-defeating doubts which draws no conclusions to a sadden heart.

HINT No. #2. You have to dump out your old personality, to plug into your new personality the leads to success.

HINT No. #3. Yes, 2023 is going to be a booming, and rebounding year for small personal successes.

HINT No. #4. You definitely want to be a part of vibrant things to come.

This is how you unlock the vaults in your life by "rethinking the possibilities."

I Believe You Can...!

#jobsearch #interview #resume #motivation #hiringnews #advice #coronavirus #warehouselogistics #ridesharedriver #application #unemployment #hiringevents #firstjob #motivation

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Louis Romano
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over 6 months ago

Welcome I’m Lou! I’ve been a member of local union #3 nyc for 23 years. Recent changes forced me to resign. Since the beginning I haven’t stop educating myself on my field work. With over 20 years of knowledge and certifications in the electrical industry I’m able to put information into any field of electric. Since I’m out of state I have linked all certifications as skills and the ones that are nation wide I listed as certified

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Florence Love
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over 6 months ago

Tip #1 Change your minds set before 2023 gets here #2 Once in a while take a few days off, spend time doing something that energizes you, and makes you happy. #3 Find an organization that looking for volunteers. Positive Mind Positive Vibes always is a win win.

#jobsearch #positivemind #wordofadvice

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Appreciate you thoughts Joyce. Have a good week ahead of you.

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Lynn Nelson
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Interaction with customers and providing a pleasant and positive experience.

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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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I'm telling you the truth..(Words of Encouragement.)

On the playing field of life you will encounter many different types of oppositions.

Some may cause you to...

No. #1. Bunt the ball so-to-speak. No. #2. Hit a foul ball, are you kidding me? No. #3. Miss the ball completely, hmm, that's strange! No. #4. Even strikeout, to say the least. Now, that's strange.

Whatever you do, don't lose your passion for the game of life. Stay alert, and well informed. Don't ever give-up by "sitting on the beach of life."

Take your best swing for that homerun in life, so, everything else can fall-in-place for you.

I Believe You Can...!

#interview #workfromhome #firstjob #jobsearch #application #resume #healthcare.

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