Unexpectedly you lose your job( or a loved one, or something or someone important to you.) What do you do next?
If I lose my job unexpectedly, I’ll look for another job in town if I’m unable to find one I might move to another city.
Since I live in a smaller city,there is only a few vacancies, I’d have no choice but to look elsewhere. I can only look for teaching jobs, yes there are jobs if I want to be a substitute teacher. It is not something I’d like to do, besides the regular teacher has to be sick for a job opening, also it only depends on who the Principal decides to call to teach that particular day.
The only other option for me is to go back to school and register in a cooking school to become a chef. It does not sound very appealing to me, I’d have to study for how long I’m not sure, then after spending my savings what if I fail to get a decent paying job.
There is another possibility I may opt to sit at home and draw unemployment insurance, it would give me time to do some planning.
You know what losing one’s job is not a very good thing, I hope I won’t lose mine!
To be, to have, to think,,to move—which of these verbs is the one you feel most connected to? Or is there another verb that characterizes you better?
The verb ‘think’ is the verb I feel most connected to. All the others are special as well, after reading the ones listed, I find myself closer to the verb ‘think.’
This morning I’ve spent a good part of the first hour thinking. I had a list of to do things, writing the prompts, calling someone about something important I had to discuss.
While the prompts are important for me to do, but the telephone call was more important. I was thinking I must make this call now or I may not be able to get him if he gets busy.
After making that call I sat down to find out what the prompts are, which one can I do faster, the daily prompt won because it was straight forward, I had to choose one verb that characterizes me, I found it and am busy writing it. To me the verb ‘think ‘ is very important, everything I prepare to do I have to use my thinking process.