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Edward Alexander "Mr. Encouragement"
25 days ago

#9. MAJOR DON'Ts TO AVOID IN LIFE: Criticism [IBYC]

I'm telling you the truth... (MUST READ w/o FAIL)

One great saying that comes to mind is, "Even a fish wouldn't get in trouble, if he kept his mouth closed."

CRITICISM: Is an expression of disagreement or disapproval of something or someone with probable cause.

Some people really go overboard when extending their opinions about others, which can create new layers of criticism. Better known as "super critical" or negative minded people.

THOUGHT: When someone spends time harshly criticizing others, it can also damage their character as well. Some people may say: "Man, "If he said.. xyz.. about that person, what would he say about me?

Many people have said: "if you can't say something good about a person, don't say anything at all." Even a fish wouldn't get in trouble, if he kept his mouth closed. Right? Then, everything else will fall-in-place.

I Believe You Can...!

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Michael Foy
about 1 month ago

Looking new job

I've worked in the grocery business for 9 years,I grew up around the grocery business my entire life. My dad has worked for a grocery store for 30+ years and my mother has 25+ years,I'm looking to move up into a leading role,but the current store I am working for will not give me a shot,all I need is a company to take a chance on me,any jobs looking for experienced workers,I've stocked,I've cut meat,I've ran produce,I started on a register and bagging,I've worked in just about every dept.If there are any jobs looking for an experienced employee,shoot me in the right direction. #walmart #retail #9+years #management #supervisor

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Bonnie Akridge
almost 4 years ago

City of Firebaugh

For any of you out there looking at this company for potential employment, it's a scam. They want bank info nestled way down in question #9 or #10 after Mabel Floyd makes you feel excited you are being considered for this job. Who is going to pay anyone $700 a week for 5-10 hours work without a face to face interview?

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Bruce Trotter
about 1 year ago

#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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Edward Alexander "Mr. Encouragement"
over 2 years ago

INTERVIEWS: (Passing my interview...3 days from now.) How?

CHANGING MY MINDSET!!

"IF I BELIEVE, I CAN ACHIEVE, EVERYTHING I CAN RECEIVE!

Let's see, first, let me reflect on my 12 - Irrefutable Keys:

#1. Consider what I learned from the Jobcase community experts. #2. Review my weekly notes and points of interest #3. Set-aside time to prepare, practice and rehearse. #4. Arrive early for the paperwork process. #5. Leave my cell phone in the car. #6. Greet the receptionist with a smile #7. Present my ID Card or Driver’s License to the receptionist. #8. Obtain my security badge and clip it on my lapel #9. Increase my confidence level to 10+ #10. Manage my tone of voice. (Speak clear and concise.) #11. Make moderate eye contact with board members. (Don't stare.) #12. Trust my heart, then, touch their minds.

Yes, I can to this...

I Believe I Can....Yes, It's Possible!

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Edward Alexander "Mr. Encouragement"
over 2 years ago

WINNING IN THE WORKFORCE? (Sometimes you have to kick-butt.) [IBYC]

Janette, how did you prepare for that breakthrough job?

Sometimes you have to wake-up in the morning with a MINDSET...(I'm Going To Kick-butt today.)

Here's my 10 - UNDENIABLE KICK-BUTT TIPS:

TIP #1. A supportive team of winners. (Rooting for me, telling me to...Go! Go! Go! Go! Go Janette!) TIP #2. A Positive Attitude: (Today, things are going to be different. I’m bringing my best A-Game.) TIP #3. Did I have my coffee? Or do I really need it. (Find out what gives you that morning perk.) TIP #4. Give off my butt and dance. (Dance to the music that gives you inspiration and spark.) TIP #5. Fire-off my seven resumes each day. (Ready, set, hit enter…they’re gone.) TIP #6. Schedule my follow-up action. (Stick to your agenda and follow-through.) TIP #7. Check my emails and text messages to confirm receipt of my resumes. (Sometimes your error reading may say “failed delivery.”) TIP #8. Be prepared to schedule my interview dates. (Are you a morning or afternoon person?)

TIP #9. Check my confidence level. (Your confidence level should be between 8-10 average.) TIP 10# Know my stuff, don't bluff and don't fluff with nonsense. (How you train, is what you gain.)

Follow-me. Learn, Lead, Believe and Achieve.

I Believe You Can...!

Target Audience: 3,000

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Carl Bertram
about 2 years ago
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Ravindra Maskare
over 2 years ago

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Edward Alexander "Mr. Encouragement"
over 2 years ago

WHEN YOU REALLY WANT A JOB...YOU MAKE THINGS HAPPEN!!! (Recap of Events) [IBYC]

READ NOW, PAY ATTENTION, TAKE ACTION AND HAVE FAITH!

My name is...Shenneca,..xyz....Reno, Nevada.

If you really want a job consider my 12 Valuable TIPS: (These can change your life.)

#1. Turn off the TV and CD Music player. (Unless your know for a fact that music helps you think.) #2. Put the dog or cat in the other room. (No time for meowing or barking.) #3. Let your girlfriends know, (no phone calls or texts for at least two hours.) #4. Don't answer the door for FEDEX pickups. (Unless you sign, close the door and get to work.) #5. Make sure you have something light to snack on. (Nothing too heavy to put you to sleep.) #6. Do your research diligently. (Don't waste time on FB, or other social medias.) #7. Select the job websites which are user friendly. (Some sites can be more complicated.) #8. Identify your related Job Titles. (Match them against online applications.) #9. Perform your proofreading techniques. (Minimize your errors to the best of your ability.) #10. Be familiar with the salary range and benefits package. (Know your value system.) #11. When everything is right, submit your online resume. (At least 5-7 resumes each day.) #12. Track your email and text message responses daily. (Make sure your text message box is not full.)

WHEN YOU'RE SERIOUS ABOUT GETTING A JOB, YOU'LL BUCKLE DOWN AND DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE!

I'm Shenneca...I'm not waiting for an invitation. I Make Things Happen!

I Believe You Can...!

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Edward Alexander "Mr. Encouragement"
over 2 years ago

My name is Claire, and I'M LIVING IN A SET-TIME OF FAVOR! (READ THIS BELOW)

Thanks Ashley, you're my girl...

I’ve made up my mind for the next interview, I will captivate my audience and win the board!

MY RECAP IS: I've done the things required; I've considered notes from different contributors in the Jobcase community; I've set-aside 10 minutes each day to plan, practice and present, everything else is on the way.

So, how can I maximize Principle #9 and “Increase my confidence level?

While waiting in the lounge at the interview site, I will inculcate these words in my heart and repeat them with my mouth over and over again saying… Claire, “You were designed for accomplishment, engineered for success, and endowed with the seeds of greatness ~ Zig Ziglar

Yes, my confidence level is a number 10 and I am bound to win!

Then, when they call me in…”Ms Claire, come on in please….! They will know my name, and I will know my job, yes I am confident and everything else, it’s on the way!

I Believe I Can, Yes, It’s Possible!

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