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Edward Alexander "The Howitzer"
almost 2 years ago
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I REALLY WANT A JOB!!!! (Working From The Inside...OUT!) [IBYC]

READ THIS ARTICLE WITHOUT HESITATION!

Imagine, sitting down and enjoying a first-class meal. Everything is well prepared, cooked, perhaps well-done or medium-rare. Ummm, the savor of the wine, the poultry and vegetable, yes, everything is in place. Right? What really took place? From the illustration below, perhaps three or four persons working in unison to prepare this meal and they did it from the inside/out. Now, their enjoying the fruits and feast of their labor and living their best life now!

Likewise, to find the job you really want, requires that you are "working from the inside/out" to achieve the same estimate goal.

FOUR (4) UNDENIABLE TIPS, TURNING THINGS AROUND:

TIP #1. FAITH: Act on what you believe, versus what you see. TIP #2. CONSISTENCY: Stay true to your works and efforts. TIP #3. DILIGENCE: Do what you're suppose to do, even when you don't feel like it. TIP #4. ATTITUDE: Demonstrate an "attitude of gratitude" because it's on the way.

Don't simply follow-me, rather, learn this principle and turn your life inside/OUT!

I Believe You Can...!

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Ashley Wilson
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Those that work hard will truly reap the benefits just like this gorgeous meal! Makes me excited for Thanksgiving already, haha. Edward Alexander

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Edward Alexander "The Howitzer"
over 1 year ago
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THINGS TO AVOID: No. #1. The Jack Rabbit Faith [IBYC]

HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR LEVERAGE OF FAITH?

Here we go, so read this fully!

#1. Now the jack rabbit resides in a relatively open country space which poses various challenges and obstacles to overcome. At his discretion he tends to rest during the day, thus, becoming more active towards settling of the dusk.

#2. When the jack rabbit is faced with challenges, obstacles or difficulties, he has the tendency ability to jump as far as 6m (19 ft.) at a single bound. And if necessary, he can run at speeds of up to 72kph (45 mph). That's fast!

#3. In retrospect, what has he learned on his journey along the way? Perhaps, many things based on his experience and survival skills at hand.

#4.In contrast to jack rabbit, we have the ability to use our personal development skills to overcome obstacles, challenges and difficulties. Four things we can do...

  • Face our fears with faith, and don't jump.
  • Face our challenges with commitment, and don't run.
  • Face our obstacles as opportunities, and don't hide.
  • Face our difficulties as differences, and strive.

Why? Because if we're hopping and jumping all over the place, we'll never stand-still long enough to strengthen our faith.

At all cost avoid the Jack Rabbit Faith.

I Believe You Can...!

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Ashley Wilson
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WOW very interesting Edward Alexander !

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Edward Alexander "The Howitzer"
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4 - MAJOR DON'Ts TO CONSIDER: (Time to change...) [IBYC]

THIS CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE!

OVERVIEW:

They wake-up each day, and press the snooze button 2 or 3 times with the same hand; they rollout of the bed on the same side; walk into the bathroom almost the same time, use the bathroom, wash their faces with the same hand and brush their teeth in the same manner like the day before.

Let's tell the truth, then, we follow the crowd of people or clichés in the office just to fit in, so we're not left out. Then, we complete the course of the day in almost the same exact manner as yesterday.

HERE ARE 4 - MAJOR DON'Ts TO CONSIDER: #1. DON'T...follow what everyone does, or you will end up with what everyone else have. #2. DON'T...support others when they are untrue. People usually know you by the association you keep. #3. DON'T...say yes, when you need to say No. If you keep pleasing others, you won't ever please yourself. #4. DON'T...allow others to penalize you for your past. Give yourself a "selfie-award" because you don't need to ask.

ACTION: When you take time to change, you make time to rearrange, a new perspective with favor in your life.

I Believe You Can...!

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Edward Alexander "The Howitzer"
11 months ago
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WORK TOGETHER, STAY TOGETHER...! [IBYC]

I'm telling you the truth...

THOUGHT! Because we live in a "judgmental" society, it's difficult even in our marriage to find peace and harmony with each other in terms of learning to work together as a team. Yes, it's difficult.

THRUST: If you consider these principles below, perhaps, you can win more sooner, than later in life.

#1, WORK together, stay together and focus on one simple goal and you'll win. #2. WORK with each other, and not against each other. It doesn't matter who's right or wrong. #3. WORK, with a simple short-term goal in mind. Then, watch it gradually grow. #4. WORK, to support each other through laughter and smiles. Then, minimize the frowns. #5. WORK, together each day in love, because tomorrow carries it's own uncertainties.

Two rings, enjoined by two hands equals ONE!

I Believe You Can...!

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Matt Bornhorst
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Thanks for sharing, Edward Alexander !

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Michael k Hobbs
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To whom I got this letter from. These are the things that are on my mind a lot. Especially today living in a judgmental world. I'm almost 60 years old. I feel people will judge you if you don't work. If you are in a relationship stay in it. It's a hard thing to do with a lot of people especially when you're young. Those hormones are raging and away we are presented through her media and television it is alarmingly scary that they make the vows between two people materialistic. I don't watch TV anymore. And when I do watch people that watch TV it's scary. It is as if they are in a trance. One can only notice this if you have not been watching TV for at least a year it's been 7 for me. I started waking up about 5 years ago simply by just not watching TV. Nor do I listen to the radio. I think and I know that there are deeper underlying messages within our TV and radio. I listen to recorded music that I choose and if I watch anything on TV it is something I recorded or I want to learn about. Like YouTube is the only TV I watch and that's to learn something.

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Find Your Future LA
12 months ago
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Find Your Future Original Content Series Post #4: 4-Year Degree Alternatives

Find Your Future Original Content Series #4: 4-Year Degree Alternatives

Don’t think a traditional 4-year university path is right for you? Don’t worry, Find Your Future is here to help. In this post, you’ll learn about 4 alternatives to 4-year degrees. Link to our Instagram: https://bit.ly/2KoVJDy

You’ve got a lot more options than you might think, from community college to apprenticeships. We hope that after reading this post, you’ll be more empowered to choose the best path for your future!

Also, stay tuned for more news on job openings and job fairs in the coming weeks!

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Ashley Wilson
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Thank you for keeping us posted and informed Find Your Future LA !

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Jamall Nunle
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I like working with you today

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Find Your Future LA
12 months ago
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Support Resource Spotlight #4: Metro INTP

Heading to a food bank, shelter or job interview but don't have a ride? You may qualify for the #Metro Immediate Needs Transportation Program.

The Metro INTP is an amazing resource on findyourfuture.la that gets you the subsidized #transportation you need go places! As long as you’re going somewhere for one of the purposes above, there’s a good chance you’ll qualify.

Sign up for #findyourfuture.la today!

#findyourfuturela #fyfla #support #metrointp #intp #resource #subsidized #transportation #la

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Ashley Wilson
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Thank you so much for sharing this information Find Your Future LA

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Find Your Future LA
12 months ago
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Support Resource Spotlight #4: Metro INTP

Heading to a food bank, shelter or job interview but don't have a ride? You may qualify for the #Metro Immediate Needs Transportation Program.

The Metro INTP is an amazing resource on findyourfuture.la that gets you the subsidized #transportation you need go places! As long as you’re going somewhere for one of the purposes above, there’s a good chance you’ll qualify.

Sign up for #findyourfuture.la today!

#findyourfuturela #fyfla #support #metrointp #intp #resource #subsidized #transportation #la

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Kat Coley
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Id like to know if theres a program for people who are working that'll get them rides to and from work..(avoiding public transport like the bus or a taxi)

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Ben Luna
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Waze has drivers

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Edward Alexander "The Howitzer"
10 months ago
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IS GETTING A JOB HARD? [IBYC]

I'm telling you the truth...

THOUGHT: Getting a job can be comparable to lifting weights. When you develop your perspective is to win, guess what? You'll win. Everything depends on your perspective in life.

THRUST: Here are four UNDENIABLE TIPS to consider if you want to win:

#1. You must be in the right position. #2. You must place yourself in demand. #3. You must be able to tell your story. #4. You must be willing to lift yourself your circumstances.

Yes, getting a job can be hard, sometimes you have to lower weights, stand-up straight and step-out smartly toward your goals.

I Believe You Can...!

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Elyssa Duncan
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Great tips! Thanks for posting, Edward Alexander

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Bruce Trotter
7 months ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #SNLTrucking as a #TruckDriver ...

#1 slip seating #2 older model trucks #3 Third shift #4 call ins on days off #5 working on Holidays #6 split days off/never two in a row #7 delays on maintenance #8 may have to drive hostler #9 average $1k week gross #10 weekly pay check #11 frequent change of duties #12 frequent drop and hook #13 57’ trailers

If you have double/triple end. You will pull doubles.

#14 average 50 hours a week

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