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STOP Living, Breathing and working BENEATH your Purpose! Join TCE's Career Talk Radio along with special guests as we share employment, economy tips, e-business tips and solutions to help you make Monday Mornings...BETTER! Create the life of your dreams.
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What keeps you without a job?
He got hired! Why can't you get a job somewhere!
If you do not have the funds to never need to work again, you need to return to work, like yesterday.
Maybe you can get by without working a while longer, ask yourself:
Is unemployment good for your image?
Is unemployment good for your career goals?
Will unemployment disrupt your social life?
Is starting from the bottom in a new career scary?
People are starting over every day.
If you need training, ask for it!
If you need job search assistance, ask for it!
If you need other things before you can get back to work, ask for it
Jim Jensen stops by FreshStart Radio to Chat with Host Rayanne "Crash" Jensen, as he was nicknamed by Howard Cosell, played for the well-loved NFL football team, the Miami Dolphins for 12 seasons (1981-1992). Wearing #11 for the Dolphins after a successful college career as Quarterback for Boston University, Jensen transitioned from QB to Wide Receiver, Running Back, and Tight End once Dan Marino joined the team in 1983. Together, he and Marino - along with the rest of the Miami Dolphins roster of the 1980s became one of the most fabled teams in NFL history.
Rayanne will talk with Jim about choices and new beginnings, including post-professional football careers and leading a normal, quiet life out of the limelight. We'll ask him about Jim Jensen 11 Foundation and share the their mission. The same scrappiness he became known for on the field brought Jensen success off the field.
Join us for an interesting conversation with unsung hero, Jim Jensen.
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