Member Since: 08/14/11
Last Login: 05/14/13
Program Progress: Day 45
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Man, you need to start getting excited and find your opportunity! It's in the rules! Time to stop complaining and find what it is you are going to do next! I mean it's natural to feel down when outside circumstances present themselves but then at some point we need to take the bull by the horns and steer! So find your horns (or maybe just grab the bull by it's balls) and go for it! You know that nothing ever stays the same from just simple life experience so since it's going to change, make it work for you! 1,2,3....GO!
So I found this guy on iTunes and he has this podcast that is super motivating. He has 5 podcasts a week and each day he focuses on an aspect of life, one being career. He has a new, free podcast on Mondays, so you can check him out, but The only catch is there is a $19.99 per month membership to get the other 4 plus I guess he has a workbook too and his community is WAY bigger than here. Anyway I'm going over there as soon as I finish TOOLS, i think $19.99 is worth what I will be getting, investing in myself really, but right now I just listen to Mondays free podcast. Anyhow, check him out. He's called MorningCoach and if you type that into iTunes search engine you should find it. Good luck man!
Kenny Rogers sings a song that says You gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em. When life deals us a bad hand we have the power to hold 'em or to fold 'em. We have the power to find the opportunity in every adversity. This power is within all of us. This is the power within our minds. If we think that we can, we are right. If we think that we can't we are right. You have the power to decide. You have the tools to help you. You have this community to help you. You may or may not be able to change the workplace but you can change how you think about it. I can assure you that by simply changing your own attitude, by changing the way you look at things, things around you will change as well. All the best, John