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Scott Silvers
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over 6 months ago

Good morning good people... Have you ever wondered who gets to name things? Have you ever thought about who made the decisions that put things in order? Have you ever been faced with rules that you don’t agree with, but you really don’t question it further than that? Have you ever been sitting alone and think, “Why me?” Nothing has been going right and you just can’t understand why life isn’t fair when you believe you have been doing everything the right way. You follow all the rules of society, yet still you seem to be getting nowhere. You sit and search for answers within yourself as to why people don’t treat you as you treat them. As you sit there, you become mentally exhausted and your head drops down into your hands because you seem unable to make sense of any area of anything that’s going on right now. “What am I doing wrong?” you ask yourself over and over and over. I’m sure all of us go through something similar to this from time to time. For some of us, it’s nothing more than a passing through the vastness of our millions of racing and tumbling thoughts each day, and it has no disruption in what our focus is directed towards. There are others who are easily able to figure out that all things don’t need to to be figured out, and we say, “It is what it is.” We believe there are limits to what’s available to us and how far we can travel on our path of success. We settle and convince ourselves we are content, semi-satisfied, and perhaps even happy. And if we aren’t, it’s okay because we don’t have to be. We know it could be a lot worse. We have had much worse situations and made it through, so that is good enough. We look into the mirror, force a smile, and mumble, “This is my lot in life…? (TO BE CONTINUED...) #success #content #happiness #career #confidence If you are looking for a new opportunity, you can find them right here on Jobcase. Take a look here.

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Lori Huffman
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over 6 months ago

I’m looking for remote writing, content development / marketing communications opportunities. Any suggestions or referrals? #marketing #communications #content #writing #workfromhome #jobsearch

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Lawrence White
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over 6 months ago

Heights Platform has 3 work from home job options you might want to consider if you are currently pursuing remote employment opportunities.

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Use the job link above to learn more about Heights Platform and these specific job details. Submit your completed job application as soon as possible before the jobs fill up or close.

#WFH Application Tips to Help Get You HIRED!

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