8 Steps to Solving All Financial, Relationship, Security or Health ProblemsWritten by David Cameron Gikandi
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4. Understand cause and effect. The law of cause and effect is prime law that runs universe. It is number one law. Every spiritual and scientific teacher has sought to teach it. They may have said you reap what you sow, or you get what you give, or what goes around comes around, or karma, or consequences, or every action has an equal and opposite reaction, or many other similar statements. Quantum physics is now teaching us how this works, exactly, on a sub-atomic level. Things get better when you get better. They get worse when you get worse. The world is all within you. You are at cause over everything that happens in your life, whether you were conscious of it or not.
5. Eliminate level confusion. Align your thoughts, words and actions with your goals. Become aware. And realize that physical world is an effect, not a cause. It is a result of our thoughts, words and actions. You cannot achieve anything by trying to manipulate effect. Instead look to change cause.
6. Understand infinite loops. You see what you believe and you believe what you see. But start of this loop is that what you believe is what causes conditions that you see.
7. Know that there is no order of difficulty, as all limits are placed upon yourself by what you believe to be so.
8 Find your purpose. Find out what makes you happiest, and work within your purpose. When you do so, your confidence, inspiration, creativity, energy and passion will be unstoppable.
David Cameron Gikandi, CEO ImagesOfOne.com and author of A Happy Pocket Full of Money: Your Quantum Leap into the Understanding, Having and Enjoying of Immense Wealth and Happiness. Available for download at http://www.ImagesOfOne.com.
Successfully Finding the Perfect Job Written by Paulina Roe
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Your cover letter must be written for job, as well. Mention specifically why your skills are ones employer wants for that job. Some employers don't bother with cover letters, but majority still do - err on side of using a cover letter, but make it brief, no longer than a page.
Prepare a 1-2 paragraph profile of your experience and your preferences in a job. Prepare a 1 minute "commercial" that you can use when you meet people - you have to say it in 30-60 seconds for effect. Many networking groups go around group for one minute speech - and that one minute is all you have. Make it a good one minute speech.
There are many resources you can check into for resume help, places to search for jobs, places to post your resume. There are temporary jobs, contract jobs, and career opportunities posted on various sites - some are better than others. Check them out because you never know just what will appeal to your interests. You need to get out on as many areas as you can to look around and to be posted on. Some won't apply to you, and several may. You should be sure of those you want to sign up with - pay for ones of most value to you, and take advantage of free areas. Some are WELL worth price - but you need to see if it is worth it to you. There are free resource areas at most of sites.
With your various methods of looking for and telling others about your job search and experience, you will find job you want. You might have to settle for some lesser job for an interim period, but keep looking for job you want , using same search tactics.
Paulina Roe posts resources for various avenues of interest, in areas of expertise. The job search site with the entrepreneur's test is an ongoing project, as more timely information is put together from the current job market and search situations - over 7 years of expertise in this area. A "contractor's" site is up and coming as a new resource - keep checking.. For the job search site, and other resources, go to http://doubleii.com/jobsearch.htm