Because it has been almost two years since I last posted on my website, I think I need to change the name of this column to “Posts every now and again” or “Posts Not Likely”.
I am very active on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. There is a Link on my website for you to follow me on each if you would like to keep up with me on a day to day basis. As a result of other social media, I have not been able to find the time to blog on a regular basis. Now that I have a little more time on my hands, I will do my best to be a bit more diligent.
The last few years I have been working as hard as I have during my entire career. It has been a lot of fun to watch my company over double in office staff, people on billing, in revenue and in profit during my tenure. The team became a part of my family and we shared a lot of love between our family/team. Without question, together we created the #1 brand in the IT Staffing Industry in Atlanta. As happens in business, companies change direction and owners decide that they want to rearrange their team. I was floored that it happened to me based on the success we have experienced together. Nonetheless, it was their decision to make and I have no regrets. In fact, I have a great deal of pride in knowing what I contributed over the past almost 6 years. I left with no restrictions on what I can do in the future costing me walk away money but it allowed me to keep all my options on the table. If I choose to remain in the IT Staffing industry, my former company and I will learn whether they made a sound business decision or not. Regardless of which way it plays out, I will not be bitter nor will I gloat because I am confident that my failure or success in business is in bigger hands than my own and for that I am eternally grateful.
My future is so bright I have to wear sunglasses. My phone has been ringing constantly with messages of cheer and kindness from my friends, clients and my colleagues at the former company. I am certain that God has a plan for my life as He does for each of His children. I have also thought about semi-retirement by writing another book and reigniting my speaking career. I don’t know exactly what my future holds but I am very confident in Who holds the future.
If I may be of service to you, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at (770) 951-8059 Home Office.
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