Wednesday, April 4, 2012
The first component to the wheel of life is career. I think it is important to find one's calling. I want to find out why I am here on earth. Why has God placed me here? What is it that makes me unique and special? How can I maximize my contributions while in this world? If you have read my blog for any time now, you know that I am an active job seeker. So that means this area is getting attention but I am not in a position currently. So that means I am not getting feedback on how to improve or in a place to apply my skills, abilities, and passions. Yet, I think the work I am doing now with career research will pay in the future. Getting this area right is so important because I believe that working in the right area, where I am a good fit, where I have passion, and where I have skills will make all the difference. Monday's will not be dreaded and Fridays will be celebrated for the weeks accomplishments. I do not believe that work means I have to be belittled, beaten down, underpaid, and all around miserable. Work, improvement, and betterment are all important to me. I expect to be respected, trusted, heard, and valued. I would like to work for a company that is based in the heartland and debt-free. It will be where faith is part of the culture and where Wall-Street is not in control. I am looking for a place with flexibility in regard to time and earnings. I want to be a responsible overseer of resources. Finances, my Christian faith, and technology are ongoing interests of mine which I hope can be a part of where I land next.