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In Pursuit Of Joy, Happiness In Your Career

22 February, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
Today, someone is going to be fired. Whether expected or caught completely off guard, the shock and onslaught of anxiety can be equally devastating. Regardless of how well the company handles the actual termination conversation, more than likely there will be feelings of anger, embarrassment and perhaps even shame, especially as you make that endless […] Read more»

5 Ways To Be Prepared For Job Loss

29 January, 2016 Posted by John G. Self
Most everyone has a job loss at one time or another in their career.  Or, asked to resign, fired, laid off or restructured out of the organization. It is inevitable.   It is usually not a happy day for the one losing their job. They worry about their mortgage, the monthly bills, their wife, their […] Read more»

Be Prepared To Lose Your Job

8 July, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
When an executive gets the sack, there are two underlying facts: they were caught off guard, or, they saw it coming.  Either way, there is no reason — no excuse — not to be prepared, especially in an era of rambunctious business model reform, consolidation and layoffs. So even if you are not sweating bullets, […] Read more»