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Saturday, December 29, 2007

Doing well

The learning curve is over I really feel optomistic my new career. I see outragious success. I love it.

Saturday, July 07, 2007

New Job

My new job is everything I've always wanted and more. I work for a super company. I'm surrounded by intelligent, honest, and competent people. I sell the best product on the market. We are higher in price than the so called competition, but that's the challenge of being a salesman verses being an order taker. I get to do a good deal of marketing as well. I'm still in a learning curve, but it won't be long now. I just know this will be a super success. I thank the Lord every day for His tender mercies!

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

I'm back

After spending 6 months in a failed business and 5 months in the job search I landed a job. Oh! I'm back in business, this time we will kick but and take names.

Monday, February 19, 2007

Job Landing

If everything goes right tomorrow I should have landed a job. Not just a job but a great one that will help me further my career and be fun and rewarding. So I look forward to confirming the good news.

Thursday, January 18, 2007

My Strong Suit

After reading this from Brian Tracy I'm convinced that I can do all that and have done all that.

Brian Tracy:

Competence Makes the Difference
Now according to Dunn and Bradstreet, 96 percent of businesses in America that fail, fail because of what is called "managerial incompetence". Managerial incompetence means that the people running the businesses don't know what they're doing. And here are the two critical areas of managerial incompetence that cause business failure.

First is sales and marketing. 48 percent of businesses that fail in America fail because the business cannot sell enough of its products or services. Very few businesses fail when they have high levels of sales and revenues coming in.

Control Your Costs
The second reason that businesses fail, 46 percent, is because of poor cost control. They may be selling enough on the front end, but they're losing so much on the back end that they go broke anyway. Sales and marketing, financing and cost control, both require experience. And if you're serious about becoming financially independent, you have to learn how to do both of these.

Put Luck On Your Side
You must learn the skills you need to be successful. Business success is not a matter of luck. Business success is a matter of application. It's a matter of ability. It's a matter of experience and skill and intelligence, and wonderfully enough, you can learn what you need to know to be successful. And you can start by learning through on-the-job training, which is called OJT. Most successful businesspeople become successful because they get all their training by working for someone else. (Been there done that got a Tee shirt)

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Looking up

I have a couple of good potential jobs on the table. It's this waiting game that's killing me. I guess it will make me a better employee by appreciating what I have even more.