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Michael Carvalho
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over 6 months ago

Take a moment to reflect on positive thoughts, and remember you are #worthy #mythoughts #motivation

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Michael Carvalho
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Title: Understanding "I Can" vs "I Can't"

Hello everyone,

Today, we're going to delve into a topic that plays a significant role in our lives, often without us even realizing it. We're going to discuss the power of the phrases "I can" and "I can't", and the profound effect they can have on our mindset, behavior, and overall life.

At first glance, "I can" and "I can't" might seem like simple, everyday phrases, but in reality, they're much more than that. They're statements that reflect our beliefs about our own abilities and potential. They're declarations that shape our actions, guide our decisions, and create our reality.

When we say "I can't", we're setting a limit for ourselves, often before we've even tried. By declaring that we're incapable, we close the door on possibilities and opportunities. This phrase can create a self-fulfilling prophecy, where our belief in our own inability prevents us from achieving what we could have achieved had we believed in ourselves.

On the other hand, when we say "I can", we're opening ourselves up to possibilities. We're acknowledging our potential and giving ourselves the permission to try. Even if we don't succeed immediately, the phrase "I can" encourages persistence and resilience, both of which are crucial for growth and success.

It's important to note that this isn't about denying the reality of our limitations. It's about recognizing the power of our words and the influence they have on our mindset. It's about choosing to focus on our abilities and potential, rather than our perceived limitations.

Next time you find yourself saying "I can't", take a moment to consider why. Is it because you genuinely believe you're incapable, or is it because you're afraid of failure? Remember, every skill was once foreign to you, every achievement was once something you hadn't done before. With effort, learning, and persistence, what seems impossible now may just be your next "I can".

So, let's make a conscious effort to shift our language and our mindset. Let's replace "I can't" with "I can", and see the power it has to transform our lives. After all, the first step towards achieving anything is believing that we can.

Remember, you are capable, you are resilient, and you have the power to shape your own reality. So go ahead and tell yourself, "I can!"

#ICan #MindsetMatters #SelfBelief #PersonalGrowth #believe #faith #Worthy #motivation

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Scott Silvers
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“Suddenly” losing a source of income can be very unsettling.

Just when it seems all is well, the reality of uncertainty can appear as swiftly as the mysterious music of the Ice Cream Man as his truck rounds the corner.

Disbelief can turn thoughts into self-pity as belief in the ability to provide for the ones who count on us disappears.

There are productive steps that can be taken to navigate the situation:

  1. Losing a job can be emotionally taxing, so allow yourself some time to process your feelings and adjust to the situation. It's normal to feel shocked, angry, or disappointed, but try to maintain a positive mindset moving forward.

  2. Review your termination details: Understand the reasons behind your termination and review any documentation related to it. This information can be useful for future job applications and legal purposes, if necessary.

  3. Assess your financial situation: Evaluate your finances to determine how long you can sustain yourself without a steady income. Create a budget to manage your expenses effectively during this transitional period.

  4. Check your employment benefits: Review your employee benefits, such as severance pay, unused vacation days, or any other entitlements you may have. Familiarize yourself with the terms and conditions surrounding these benefits and ensure you receive what you're entitled to.

  5. File for unemployment benefits: If you're eligible, file for unemployment benefits as soon as possible. These benefits can provide temporary financial assistance while you search for a new job. Contact your local unemployment office or visit their website for guidance on the application process.

  6. Update your resume and online presence: Polish your resume to reflect your most recent experience and accomplishments. Update your LinkedIn profile and other professional networking platforms to showcase your skills and availability for new opportunities.

  7. Network and seek support: Reach out to your professional contacts, colleagues, and friends to let them know about your job search. Attend industry events, join professional organizations, and engage in networking activities to expand your connections and potentially discover job leads.

  8. Explore career options: Take this opportunity to assess your career goals, interests, and skills. Research different industries and job prospects to identify potential career paths that align with your aspirations. Consider acquiring new skills or certifications that could enhance your marketability.

  9. Job search and apply strategically: Start searching for job openings through online job boards like Jobcase, company websites, and professional networks. Tailor your applications to highlight relevant experience and skills for each position. Leverage your network for referrals and keep track of your applications to follow up as needed.

  10. Consider freelance or temporary work: If finding a full-time job takes time, consider taking up freelance work or temporary assignments. These opportunities can help you stay financially afloat and build valuable experience while you continue your job search.

  11. Take care of yourself: Job loss can be stressful, so prioritize self-care. Maintain a healthy routine, engage in activities you enjoy, exercise regularly, and seek support from family and friends. Taking care of your well-being will help you stay positive and motivated during this transition.

Remember, losing a job can happen to anyone, and it's an opportunity for growth and new beginnings. Stay resilient, remain proactive, and keep a positive mindset as you navigate this challenging period. You are not alone. Best of luck in your job search!

#challenge #confidence #worthy

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Scott Silvers
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To all the felons out there who are feeling discouraged and disheartened by the challenges of finding a job, please don’t give up.

Although the road may seem daunting and filled with obstacles, it's crucial to remember that setbacks are not synonymous with failure. Instead, view them as stepping stones towards a brighter future.

Our past does not define our entire story; it is merely a chapter in our lives. Embrace the power of resilience and perseverance, for they are the qualities that will carry us forward.

Seek out organizations and programs dedicated to assisting individuals with criminal backgrounds in their job search.

Enhance your skills, pursue education, and utilize every opportunity to showcase your potential.

Remember, everyone deserves a second chance, and with determination and a positive mindset, we can overcome the odds.

Stay strong, believe in yourself, and keep striving for success because your journey is far from over.

#jobsearch #confidence #worthy

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Scott Silvers
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Something I have always wondered about is how one-sided the criminal justice system is. What I mean by this is if we are accused of wrongdoing and standing before the judge, all of our mistakes are aired freely, making it seem that we have nothing but bad in our lives. We are defined by our mistakes.

What if there were also courts for the good that we have done? Every now and then we are summoned to the courthouse for praise, recognition and commended for our good deeds.

It’s not that I believe we should be rewarded for doing the right thing, but what if we were? I just wonder if that would be a deterrent to crime?…

#motivation #jobsearch #worthy

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Michael Carvalho
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Walk Away from Negativity, Know You are #Worthy of All Things. #motivation #hiringnews #positive

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Scott Silvers
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If you feel as though you have no skills and are trying to find a job, it can be a challenging and discouraging situation, but you can still move yourself forward.

Identify your strengths:

Regardless of job-specific skills, everyone has strengths. Think about what you are good at, which, by the way, are strengths, which yes, are skills.

Now create a list of all those things and how those strengths/skills can be applied in a work setting.

You may just be surprised at how many strengths and skills you do have. I would love to hear about what you come up with...

#skills #strengths #worthy

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Scott Silvers
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Fair Chance Hiring Ex-Felons in Demand in Tight Labor Market Due to to the shortage of workers more doors are opening for convicted felons. They are being given A Fair Chance for Employment. These stigmatized people are proving to be worth it... Click on the link below to watch the video and leave a comment with your take on the subject.

https://youtu.be/FQGnh6ek5QY

#felon #hiring #fair chance #worthy #success #human beings

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