When you’re searching for employment the weekends can seem to drag on forever…and I don’t mean that in a good way.
Over the 14+ years that Crossroads Consulting has been in business, we’ve seen it all. Lots of highs and now lots of lows.
When you’re working and busy, the weekends seem to go by in a blink as your thoughts get filled with the expectation of what you have in store for yourself when you get to your desk or on the road (as the case may be) on Monday.
However, when you’re out of work or things aren’t going well, the weekends can drag on as the feelings of nothing to do on Monday or less to do fills up the back of your mind.
How do I know this so well? Our earnings are down a HUGE amount and it’s created a gigantic problem for me too… What do I do to fix it? Where am I going to find any better jobs than the same ones that people out there are finding? How am I going to pay the bills?
Trust me…I’m feeling all of it too.
But you know what? I’ve decided that enough is enough.
I’m tired of the pity party. I’m tired of filling my head with excuses for my own failures and I’m tired of the Weekend Blues.
I’m doing something about it. To hell with the “bad economy.”
Joseph P. Kennedy, father of John F. Kennedy (or was it Bluto in “Animal House” I’m not quite sure) is attributed with being the first to say it, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.”
Let’s make a pact together shall we?
We’re done feeling sorry for ourselves. We’re going to work together to turn this whole thing around.
We’re NOT going to wait for Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid to fix it…not that they could anyway…You and I are going to fix it.
We’re going to fix it the way that every American hero has done it…With grit, determination and hard work.
Here’s an opportunity. At Crossroads Consulting I’m looking to hire some straight commission sales people to learn to be recruiters and together we’re going to pull this thing together and we’ll all be better off for it.
If you’re interested…especially if you are a disenfranchised Recruiter looking to get back in the game…get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you just want a job…I can’t promise you anything, but I can do my best to help.
If you need work on your resume, we do that too. While other companies are charging $400-$500 for a resume, we’re charging $100. You can sign up for it here.
I’m suddenly channeling my own inner Bluto Blutarsky (<—Click this link for the video):
Now…who’s with me? LET’S DO IT!!!