Adjusting to Change

Change can be very scary, exhilarating, powerful, humbling, uplifting…well, I think you get the point. Change has a way of bringing every single emotion known to mankind right to the surface and sometimes all at once. Yikes! It is inevitable. We are all going to experience many changes during the time we spend hurling through space on this very large water covered rock.

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Change is Positive!

Technology is ever changing, and we have a new system conversion happening soon in our office. Most people will be faced with this type of change at some point in their career, so I thought I’d take a moment to point out some reminders to make this process as seamless as possible.

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Fall Into Change

Fall is here and in Nebraska that means a lot of football. What else do you think of?

What about the leaves changing colors? Falling from the trees onto the lawn? Or the kids jumping in the piles of leaves? Fall is also a time of thanksgiving; a time for blessings; a time to reflect on what you are thankful for.

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Are you Ready to Change Jobs?

Many indicators flash when someone is ready to change jobs. Maybe they clean up their resume, start perusing job boards, place a call to their favorite recruiter, or increase the complaint frequency to their friends and family about their professional situation. Sometimes the reasons for evaluating other opportunities are appropriate, but sometimes they aren’t. Sometimes the timing is good, and sometimes it is bad. We have spent a great deal of time as recruiters separating legitimate corporate wounds from those that are not.

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worth the risk

Risky Business

Happy New Year! There are so many articles going around about resolutions and change, and I didn’t feel like I had anything different to add. Quite honestly, resolutions are hard for me. Everything that I want in 2020 feels so intangible and hard to quantify, and most of my desires for this year are what my friends and family want for themselves.

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