March 5, 2013

Your Job: When To Move Up Or Move On

Career "experts" will tell you that quitting your job and finding a new one may be the answer to on-the-job stress and dissatisfaction. Whether you feel underpaid, overworked, or undervalued, […]

Career "experts" will tell you that quitting your job and finding a new one may be the answer to on-the-job stress and dissatisfaction. Whether you feel underpaid, overworked, or undervalued, how do you know what the best course of action is? Tune in to The Dani Johnson Show as Dani shares expert advice to help you know when (and how) to move up in your job, and when it’s time to move on to something new.

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  1. Lorie March 6, 2013
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    Most people dont like their jobs ! They work to pay the bills ony !! Sad but true !

  2. Shane March 6, 2013
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    I here what you are saying and believe it in my head, but i have tried so many things that didnt work and so many things have hit me in the last 3 years that i feel like i am just barely making through all this sludge. I know God is with me and working in me but i feel like i have screwed things up financially I used to be able to work it out but since i was diagnosed with parkinson’s at 38 and my wife leaving because she said she didnt want to take care of me someday, but i think mostly because of financial issues, I am holding on to my business by a shoe string and it has taken the wind out of me, I have been down in business about 200,000.00 a year for the last 3 years and I dont want the two boys, i am a single father to, to have to go through the same things I have gone through I want to be able to give them more than what they see now. I WANT TO SHOW THEM THAT THERE IS SOMETHING BETTER. I feel so punch drunk i cant seem to get up to do anything. and i know with God all things are possible.

  3. Shawn March 7, 2013
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    It’s all about respect for the authority God has placed, showing that respect as unto the Lord. Asking what you can do to serve, finding a way to work together, and stop the whining and complaining. A servant’s heart accepts the situation, shows proper respect for those God has put in charge over your souls and makes the best of it while finding the good. This can be applied to whoever God places in authority as President of the United States aswell.

  4. Garland Guion March 8, 2013
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    i’m hungry for success, my greatest desire is to be in a position to help others to succeed.

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