Gaining Momentum

I was thinking today about how important it is in a new job, an old job, or even just in life and your personal projects – to gain and keep momentum.

Momentum always stays constant, according to nature, in a closed system. But professional life is ANYTHING but a closed system. Affecting you on a daily basis is a wide range of co-workers, time, budget, and skill restraints, bosses, managers, people who think they are bosses or managers, not to mention all the things in your personal life that can affect you. Continue reading Gaining Momentum

Here Goes…

Note: these posts in the “historical archive” are from my FIRST blog, which later became Psychotic Resumes. I’m bringing them back for historical purposes (and so I can remember what I wrote, haha).

Admittedly, I may not be the first one to think about this…

The other day, I was reading over my friend’s resume – he graduated college this year and has yet to find a career position. He’s got a stable job at a decent company. Unfortunately, you have to use that filthy R-word to explain what he does.

Retail. Continue reading Here Goes…