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Ed Alexander "Believe and Achieve"
4 months ago

I'm telling you the truth...(Must Read w/o Fail.)

If you are over 50 years of age and feeling...

  • Ageless
  • Boldless
  • Faithless
  • Hopeless
  • Jobless

You have undervalued yourself to the worse degree possible. However, I understand the psychologically impact over the years.

DON'T MISS MY NEXT ZOOM TO BOOM POWER TALK!

As illustrated below, you have to learned "how to conquer your interview." Then everything else fall-in-place for you!

I Believe You Can...!

#workfromhome #interview #jobsearch #resume #determination #drive

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Jade Roman
over 6 months ago

Is that Mcdonalds is a easy job. It requires alot of patience and friendliness towards the cutomers. Sometimes you get blamed for things that are not in your dutty of doing. For example: a customer can get angry at the cashier because her/his food is not fresh or the way they ordered it when it is the kitchen employee mistake though.

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Fred Goff
CEO and Founder of Jobcase
CEO and Founder of Jobcase
over 6 months ago

“You are really old for your job” That’s what I was told yesterday by someone who then said “have you thought of getting someone younger in that role and you doing another role”?
It went on. And on. When I pointed out that considering age as a fulcrum of decision-making was something I never do- there was a hasty retreat in the conversation (to be generous, ‘clarification’) it changed to “I didn’t mean that. I mean.have you thought really hard about whether you want to do this, etc, etc. “ sigh.

Ok. Why rehash here? Because I know we almost all of us face “isms” in the workplace. Some much worse than others. It doesn’t feel great. It might even be a blocker to certain paths. But in the big scheme of things - It doesn’t need to change you or what you are capable of, or limit what you can achieve - - it’s just noisy headwinds. Sail around it. Sail through it. Sail over it. But don’t let it take the wind out of your sails!! You rock. And they can’t stop you!

There will always be naysayers, daggerthrowers, and doubters in your life.
Fine. Actually, good. Take it as fuel. Prove them wrong. Represent. Walk tall and kick butt!

Jobcasers 1) care about others 2) drive their own work life success and 3) believe workers have as much value as shareholders. I am gonna keep driving that work life success whether people think I’m too old or not. Won’t slow me 5 seconds. It might speed me up.

How about you?? Are you gonna drive right over the “ism” you are facing? I hope so! I know you can . And as a fellow Jobcaser I support you and will strive to have your back! #ageism. #drive #power #StrongerTogether

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Philip Finch
over 6 months ago

I moved to Tucson from Minnesota in 2013. I joined St. Andrews and found that there were several areas where I could contribute. The first was the "Shower Trailer". We rebuilt a trailer to have six hot water showers inside. Divided into Mens and Women areas. We tow the trailer to Casa Maria Soup Kitchen and Z mansion on a regular schedule. I am one of the drivers responsible for moving the trailer and setting up on site. I als had volunteered for a mission trip to Nicaragua where we drilled a well for a village that did not have a source of clean safe water.

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