When you’re in the middle of a recession, the biggest problem you have is that you’ve lost your job.
In the early stages of a downturn, the most difficult thing is to find someone willing to do the work.
It’s easier to get someone to help you than it is to get somebody who will help you out of the hole you’re digging yourself.
In my experience, that’s what happened in the last three months.
In May, I had my first job offer from a big company, and I was so eager to sign up that I was out the door in a hurry.
The day after, my next job was from an online company, which had offered me a job at a higher pay rate than I was earning at my previous job.
I was stunned.
Why should I be willing to work for someone who was taking my money and taking my dignity away?
It’s the most irrational fear I have ever had.
But I didn’t care.
The next day, I was laid off.
I’m glad I went through with it.
If I had waited, I might have gone to a different job and not had to do what I did in May.
The reason for my optimism is because I realized that I didn