Some Things I’ve Learned Since Losing My Job

It can be very distressing for a woman, not least because it is so misunderstood and often fails to elicit sympathy from those closest to her. Hair loss in women is usually not so severe as hair loss in men.

Most People Do Not Like Their Job! According to the 2010 Macro Economic Report 80% of employees do not like their jobs. How unfortunate to have to get up every morning just to go to work and do something you don’t like to do. Yet 80% of you are doing it right now, trading time for money. How about you? Do you like what you are currently doing? If not then you should consider doing something about it.

Strangely enough I remember being completely confident that I was headed for a better job. Yes there were times when I thought about my having 3 children under 10 to feed and clothe, not to mention some debt had accumulated. The assurance that God had everything under control helped me stay the course. His provision during this time afforded us three months of rimligt avgångsvederlag.

Your new phase needs to begin with a thorough assessment of where you are right now. How long will your money last? What are the priority payments you have to make? Is there Labour Court financial help anywhere? A good idea is then to draw up a budget plan and stick to it. It’s easy to say but worry doesn’t help. Effective action does. Ask and answer these simple questions: Where am I now? Where do I want to go? How do I get there?

Organize reasonable severance pay your day around the task of finding a job but set limits. Get up, shower, get dressed just like you were going to work. Your new job is finding a job; treat it like one. Evenings and weekends should be for family, relaxation and recreation.

You’ll likely never have a “perfect” website or product but you know what? It doesn’t matter! It’s important you get started as soon as you can and make your site “live”. You can tweak things as you go along and improvements WILL come later – but if you try to get everything “right” before you start then you’ll never start.

You can do it alone but it is harder, and without support you are more likely to fail. It doesn’t have to be much. On-line forums, for example, are an amazing source of ideas and encouragement. And with other people, by forming Joint Ventures or starting your own affiliate program you can really leverage your efforts and do FAR MORE than you could ever do on your own.

You know, according to what Master Jesus said, the Scriptures cannot be broken [John 10:35]. And here is what the Scripture says about tithing: “Bring all the tithes (the whole tenth of your income) into the storehouse, that there may be food in My house, and prove Me now by it, says the Lord of hosts, if I will not open the windows of heaven for you and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it” [Malachi 3:10 – The Amplified Bible].