Are you ready to write a letter like this ?
Do you wish you could ?
Does this even sound just a bit like you or someone you know?
Could this be in response to your business, or in response to another issue you have ?
A letter like this most coaches would welcome.
Take a minute to look at this.
It may help you or a loved one. [click to continue…]
Last weekend I heard from 4-5 friends, 4-5 old clients and a couple possible new coaching clients who ALL hated their current jobs.
They B*tched in anger for a very long time.
They all had laundry lists a mile long about what was wrong with their jobs, how they were being disrespected and the crappy attitude supervisors handled them with on a daily basis.
The prior weekend–same thing happened.
And the week before .
My God, folks are miserable.
People are talking about retiring, looking for a new job or giving up. Many think today’s generous public assistance is more attractive than working their asses off.
Business owners that I work with don’t have much of a better attitude.
It can be ugly out there, but, it doesn’t have to be.
If you know how the game is played, you can adjust and win the game.
Here are the five main reasons folks feel the way they do in today’s workforce.
1) Breach of Homage- Employers look at employees as a disposable commodity. They are plastic bottles to toss away, they are a pair of daily contacts to wear and toss, they are $2 rain ponchos to use just once and then get a new one for the next rain storm. Companies are so big, they don’t care about what type of lifestyle their employees have. They probably don’t know what type of lifestyle they have. Their is a HUGE surplus of workers. Employers love the take it or leave it attitude. They can leverage when there are hundreds of others that want your job. We hear of all the immigrants both legal and illegal in out country. We the taxpayers support many and the job market is flooded with available workers. Our veterans that return home after protecting our behinds, have trouble finding a job. Especially something that pays some real money. [click to continue…]