A Lesson From the Wolves!

I hope you all have had an amazing holiday and are ready to get back into the hunt. This economy is not going to get better over night and the President elect Barack Obama has a major task on his hands, but it is us who must do the heavy lifting – not the President. With regard to the job/career seekers, I’d like to share an excerpt from a book by Cesar Millan – The Dog Whisperer.

“Many North American wolves spend their springs and summers foraging for small game and fish, and their winters in organize hunts, pursuing mammals, sometimes as large as moose. Biologist David L. Mech observed wolves in the wild and noticed that only 5 percent of their hunts were successful. But the wolves still went out every day to hunt. They didn’t get together and say, “You know, we’ve had a run of bad luck. Let’s blow off the hunt today.” Whether they caught their prey or not, they got up and went hunting. So the need to hunt – to go to work – is hardwired into to wolves.”

Many of us will have to remember that “The Race is not given to the swift, but those who endureth”. That’s a quote my mom has always reminded me and my brothers of. That being said, it’s time to get to work. Finding a job/career is one of the hardest things you’ll ever do – finding dream job is one of the most rewarding.

Let’s get back to work and be prepared to put your whole spirit into attracting opportunities that are amazing. In my new book and online curriculum, “How to Find Your Dream Job, Even in a Recession”, I share strategies for success. My website – http://www.TheFriendZone.Tv has lots of useful free resources – please use them.

There is also an awesome goal setting workshop in my curriculum for those of you who recognize the power of setting goals.

Until next time – Happy New Year, may you find the job of your dreams and keep the faith! There’s something waiting for you out there – you just need to do the work to find it.

Ron Nash

Master Career Strategist


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