Friday, May 10, 2013

Tips on finding a job...

I'm linking up to Kelly's Korner tonight and really wanted to share with you guys about tips on finding a job.  I recently stumbled on the most amazing job opportunity that I never knew I needed or wanted!  I am a Registered Nurse with experience in adult ICU as well as my true love, labor and delivery.  I practiced nursing for almost 10 years and although it was both wonderful and terrible for tons of reasons, I am now "retired" from the medical field at the ripe old age of 36! Yep, that's right...I'm no longer working 12 hour night shifts at a hospital and I have to say, I've never been happier.  Now being a nurse, doctor, teacher, lawyer, those are all great things to study and be...but what if someone presented you with an opportunity to earn what you are worth... where the sky is the limit and you could chase your dreams and watch them come true...all before you are 65 or 70 and retire!? 

I want to share a few resources with you all and let this information help open your eyes to a world that I had no idea existed until 2 years ago...read, learn, wonder, and dream about a future of blessing and the ability to help others!  I read these books and I have been so incredibly blessed I can hardly stand it!!!I look forward to hearing your feedback when you get your hands on these and open your eyes to a whole new job market!!! Check them out!

I purchased these through amazon and they were very reasonable! The kindle versions were dirt cheap if you are tight on money!! I hope you take a few days and read these and good luck with your future!  Also check out www.sarahrobbins.com for an amazing story from an amazing gal and you can also find my business page at www.facebook.com/SaraMarblePlexusSlim.

Enjoy and happy weekend!


And don't forget to jump over to Kelly's blog to link up and read more ideas!!!!


2 comments:

janice said...

I have been an RN for 34 years. It's a challenge, for sure. I am curious, what is your job?

Jeri Garrett said...

Me too. 26 years. My guess its nothing to do with nursing.

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