You Are Never Too Old!

I was at the gym recently, doing my time on the treadmill, when I saw one of the gym’s employees showing an elderly gentleman around to see what they had to offer. I was so impressed that this gentleman was interested in seeing what the gym had to offer him, because he was he was at least 80 years old, and probably older than that.
It struck me that “it’s never to late” to invest in ourselves and grow into what we want to become. This gentleman, despite his advanced age, was ready to do what he could to have a higher quality of life. He knows it’s never too late for self improvement, or for whatever you want to do.
When talking with many of you, I find you are discouraged and want to give up when conducting a job search, especially if you have been searching for a job for three to four months with no results, and especially if you are over age 50. It does get discouraging and it’s temping to give up and dwell on what is negative. However, it’s never too late – I suggest you do all you can to focus on the end result you want – the perfect job for you – and determine what you have to do to get there. (A good start would be to invest $19.95 in yourself and join the Affiliation for Business Professionals Over Fifty – ABPOF) where you will receive monthly coaching on how to get ahead in your career.
The busiest hiring season of the year is here – September and October. Now is the time to send your resume out if you are seeking a new job, and if you are currently working, it’s time to make sure your resume is a “10,” just in case you are notified about a new job possibility.
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