Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Jobs or start a business?

"Get a job."

You're kidding; right? In this economy, there aren't any jobs.

In the early 1980 friends in Denver wrote How to Get the Job You Really Want and Get Employers to Call You. At that time there were more jobs than people hunting for them, or so it seemed.

Today, employers get hundreds of resumes. What will make yours stand out? It won't be your superlative skills or your use of all the buzz words to get through the electronic screening filters.

Yes, you should do all the traditional things. And you should do take non-traditional steps.

And maybe you should think about starting a business. The nice thing about having your own business is you'll be the last one laid off.

Pick the right business. It won't have to cost you an arm and a leg to get started.

It is worthwhile to check out the business opportunities available with a large number of companies which do business in the multi-level marketing (MLM) method. I recommend looking until you find the right product or the right service and the right people with whom to associate.

Too many people fail to understand that an MLM business is a business and it is an opportunity.

I'd be glad to show you the one I'm involved in. If you are interested, fine; if you're not, that's fine, too.

If you are interested in a coaching arrangement to find or build a different one, we could talk about that, too. I can tell you what I have to offer as a coach and we can come to some satisfactory financial arrangement, if you are interested. My contact information is to the right.

Tired yet of being unemployed or under-employed?

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