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Jibber Jobber's Jason Alba on The Teach Jim Show

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Today our career paths often lead to the next life cycle of our progress.  The idea we are to have a lifelong career plan is crazy.

Jason Alba is a living example of the modern "Career".  From his linked in profile:

I conceptualized JibberJobber in utter frustration during my job search in early 2006.

As a third-class citizen, or as they say, "job seeker," I had either a spiral notebook or a homegrown Excel spreadsheet to help me manage and organize the complexity of an active job search. Neither tool as sufficient, and I really wanted something web-based. So I found a team to help me put it together and the rest is history.

Actually, it's not history. It is RIGHT NOW. I believe everyone is a job seeker, whether they think they are or not. JibberJobber is the tool for you to use, right now, to help you organize and manage your personal and professional relationships.

Teach Jim: Tune in to get the latest news from the job front and the proven principles for today's job seeker.  Jason Alba provides the Jibber Jobber tool tool for job seekers and career builders.  He is in touch with those who are living the new career lifecycle.

Enjoy this episode.  We are all "job" seekers.  What is your next career?  Are you growing into the next lifecycle?

Our goal on The Teach Jim Show is to "stop thinking about elephants" and become the exceptional enrepreneurs and educators we were born to be.  It is time to start dreaming aloud because dreaming's allowed ! 

And whatever you do....don't think about elephants, entrepreneurs or educators!

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