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It's Your Time "Believe and Achieve"
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2 months ago

I'm telling you the truth...(Read Without Fail.)

Listen, when you are mesmerized by your past (negatively), you can be paralyzed from having a beautiful future, that was only meant for you.

Don't let this happen to you!

MESMERIZED...can be a powerful mental state of being or block, which can capture and/or hold your ability to think, likened to a prison of unoccupied space and disconnected efforts.

Don't mess around with this!

MINDSET: Learn to break one link in the chain of condemning thoughts, then, everything else will fall-in-place for you.

I Believe You Can...!

#interview #resume #motivation #hiringnews #workfromhome #jobsearch #application #hiringevents #healthcare #veterans #advice #deliverydriver #retail #first job #inspire #secondchances #successstory #foodservices #policies #remotejbs

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Ms. Y.M. B. MoHaMmAd
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over 6 months ago

My journey with Panda Express began at the peak of the Pandemic. I was recruited as assistant manager and now I am general manager. I closed on an almost 5acre land where I plan to build my second home. My family and I are blessed I am so grateful to Andrew and Peggy Cherng for building and organization where I can learn, grow, and give back to my community! If your looking to change your life send me a message! #100k #Gm #AM #GreatBenefits #Inspire #jobsearch

www.pandacareers.com Keyword 2145

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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...

"If you become a passenger in your own vehicle of life, and allow others to drive you around; it will become difficult to reach your dreams in time." ~Edward Alexander

Your best future depends on you moving forward.Then, everything else will fall-in-place.

I Believe You Can... !

#inspire #aspire #driven #workfromhome #doitnowx

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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...

Imagine going to work at a new department which has about 12 other people and...

2- persons frequently reports to work late.

2- persons are usually on sick leave during the week.

3 - persons are definite job complainers.

5 - others have questionable activities to say the least.

As a new hire just coming onboard, where do you stand?

Don't worry about dysfunctional attitudes by others, be dependable in the small things.Then everything else will fall-in-place.

I Believe You Can...!

#Motivate #Inspire #Desire #Aspire #Workfromhome #Remoteworkers

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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...

People generally fall by the waste side of life, after torments of pressures from unseen circumstances.

Don't let this happen to YOU.

Make that "tiny" change that been tugging at your heart for years, then everything else will fall-in-place.

Be resilient so other things can appear.

I Believe You Can...!

#Aspire #Inspire #Motivate #Escalate #Coummunicate #Dedicate #Homebusiness #Favor #Jobs

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Lauren Brucato
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over 6 months ago

An LA legend - Rafer Johnson - has died. He was an inspiration to many and considered one of the best athletes of his time. Who was your childhood hero? Or who still is?

https://www.latimes.com/obituaries/story/2020-12-02/rafer-johnson-dead?

#losangeles #hero #inspire

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Gage Cherry
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over 6 months ago

Hey Jobcasers,

Today I want to talk about something that's incredibly important to employee engagement and something that I think we all should be looking for in our next employment opportunity. I want to talk about the idea of Stewardship in the context Steven R. Covey discussed it in his book, "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" and how it's not only important, it's necessary for all of us to maximize our personal and professional development in any role we take on.

To provide context, he explains this idea as a method of management that stifles the urge to micromanage and how it involves setting clear, defined parameters for the task at hand and taking a largely hands-off approach (but still taking the time to get periodic status reports).

He gives an example of having his son take care of the lawn and he explains that he wants the grass to be green and the lawn to be clean (as in free of debris and other foreign objects). He then goes onto say that his son did not keep up with his end of the bargain (about keeping it "Green and Clean") and his son's anxiety over it and how his son eventually asked him to help return the lawn to its original state of "Green and Clean", as well as his son learning the importance of maintaining his responsibilities.

So, you may be wondering: "What does this have to do with me? I'm not in a Management position." or you may be thinking that you can't make your manager entrust you with stewardship over the projects you've been assigned.

That's okay. Not everyone is going to get it and that's not something you can necessarily change, but what you can change is how you approach the tasks you've been given.

Your boss is a micromanager? Take it upon yourself to take ownership of your projects and put a little extra in here and there. I can't guarantee that this will ensure your boss steps back, but here's what I can guarantee, they'll ask themselves whether they should be micromanaging you (who has a history of high performance) or the other employee (who may not have the same history).

You might also be wondering why you should want to take ownership of your projects and the additional responsibility that entails if there's no additional compensation and your boss already trusts you. I can't promise you that there's going to be a financial payoff for the extra work you're putting in or the responsibilities you've taken upon yourself, but I can tell you this: We're all in this boat together.

It's a simple truth. Once you've taken the offer, we're all in the same boat of trying to push our organization's goals further whether our interest in that being our core values aligning with the company's values or perhaps just our own sense of monetary security and we can either take a proactive approach to our workplace and drive it forward or simply coast by day by day. The choice is yours, but just remember that once you sign an offer letter, you join an organization with a highly interdependent infrastructure and the amount of effort you put in may impact people in other departments or even the company's gross revenue or net profits which could have major impact on benefits, bonuses, and even affect layoffs.

So I ask you this, will you step up to plate and take ownership of your department? It doesn't matter if you're the CEO or a line-level employee: You can be the change in your organization that you wish to see or you can be a contributor to the company culture you appreciate. All you have to do is make a pledge to yourself, "We're a team and I won't leave anyone behind."

I hope you're all willing to take that pledge with me and I'd like to thank you all for reading again.

Best Regards,

Gage Cherry

#management #motivation #inspire #teamwork

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Diane Christensen
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over 6 months ago

Enjoy my day and share a smile with everyone I see. What are you going to do today?

I put so much pressure on myself to get up early, get dressed, apply to 10-15 jobs a day and I forget to enjoy the moment. I get so lost in what I believe I NEED to do and have forgotten how to relax into my day of activities.

So today I am going to enjoy the day.

#inspire #today #smile #justbreathe #pressure #jobhunting

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