Handle Bad Employment News

Bad Employment News …

Why your passion helps you to handle the negative news on unemployment

Everywhere I look, there is bad news on jobs.

Major corporations all around the world, including Australia where I am based, and in the USA, are making frequent
announcements about job losses.

At the same time, the news media is regularly publishing survey results on the current levels of ‘business confidence‘.

How can business confidence be up when negative news keeps hitting the airwaves and your mindset? How can you best handle all this negative news, so that your confidence remains intact?

My strong and clear advice to you is to tap into your passion.

Tap into Your Passion

And I will tell you why.

Firstly, who has ‘job security’? I believe that the CEO’s of the world’s major corporations certainly do not have it. Even though they
have contracts for long periods of time, you can often see Boards of Directors ‘lose faith’ in their CEO, and they get their marching orders. Of
course, their contract is paid out, but that is not job security.

The only true job security is the security that you feel within yourself. So, learn to let go of your need for this illusion of job security. When you let the illusion go, you will stop regretting that you don’t have it, that the only way you get it is to create it.

Secondly, your true job security lies in your ability and capability to add value, to solve problems, to help other
people and organizations to achieve what they want. When you are passionate about these matters, you soon start to realize that it
doesn’t matter what is happening to others about their jobs, you will also be ’employable’, because you can solve problems, and you love doing so!

When you are passionate, you will be courageous. You will take the risks to offer your services to those people and organizations who
need your services.

When you are passionate, you will be happy to face the rejection while you are searching for the people and organizations who will happily pay you
money because of the problems that you solve in an added-value process.

Your clients and customers need to be educated, through your marketing and business-generation, about the value you
can add to their lives and to their businesses.

It’s a great way to live.

When you live this way, all the negative news simply runs off your mindset like water down the windscreen of your car. You do not buy
into it because you feel powerful and confident through the passionate energy coursing through your mind, body and soul.

ZOX Pro Training is an added-value resource that can help you live in this way. It is added-value because the small cost of the training is a tiny
fraction of the rewards you can earn by living your life in a passionate, motivated, enthusiastic, positive and high-energy way!

Go for it! Do not waste your time looking for answers outside yourself. Your passion has the answers of bad news.

Charles B Kovess LL.B. (Hons), LL.M., MAICD, MAITD
Australasia’s Passion Provocateur
Certified Speaking Professional
www.kovess.com

4 comments

  • Hi.
    We trust in God.

    • Daeiush,

      It is fine to trust in God.

      If you were to ask your spiritual adviser (Pastor, Priest, Rabi, etc.), they would suggest that God needs a little help on your end as well, through knowledge, wisdom, and other personal attributes that you can facilitate within yourself.

      Shannon

  • Yesterday my Son recommended your vital information and forwarded it to me, the day before I had lost the only job I had, which was on call / part time. What great timing to read my email from you!

    I am 54 years old,with a lot of experience in the work force, but very limited due to where I live as far as work goes. Thank you for sending this bright news to me. If there is a way to continue this training in the future I will!

    • Doreen,

      Sometimes the obvious passes us by because we are too busy grieving about a past situation.

      All is not lost… Remember, When 1 door shuts, 100 others open!

      Keep your head up and your eyes open.

        Otherwise you may miss a wonderful opportunity.

        Shannon