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I'm a great believer in luck and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.
-- Stephen Leacock


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I just landed a dream job for me. My work will be to find innovative ways to implement strategic objectives. Creativity meets action. What's even cooler - I really like the guy to whom I'll report.

Since hearing that I landed this gig, my brain has been on a high hum. I can feel the passion motor cranking up big time. I know that I will churn out huge productivity for this and I get tingly just thinking about it.

Isn't it amazing how the right position can be just like inserting an IV of adrenaline into your arm? What would it be if every manager sought to do just this thing for each of their employees? Resumes include a silly statement called "Objective," but it's always too generic. It should be relabeled "Passion."

I'm very lucky... I wish more people were very lucky.


by Brett Rogers, 2/15/2007 6:52:51 AM


Details please.



Posted by Annette, 2/15/2007 3:29:03 PM

Sometimes you create your own luck... ;-)



Posted by Jeff K, 2/15/2007 4:57:09 PM

Enjoy the new gig.
Glad you found something to apply your talents to.



Posted by Mike C, 2/15/2007 5:52:43 PM

Congrats on the dream job, but what is it? I am anxious to hear!



Posted by Jenni, 2/15/2007 7:29:19 PM

Congratulations! I know you were anxious to hear about this. I too have a job I'm passionate about and it truly makes all the difference in the world. They are lucky to have you in that position.



Posted by AJmom, 2/16/2007 4:16:57 AM

Okay, who is the new boss? When does it begin? Is this one of the positions you'd mentioned in 2006? DETAILS, please!



Posted by Lori, 2/16/2007 3:22:10 PM

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