Millions of Americans are unemployed today. The payroll tax hike has caused companies to cut high paying jobs and replace them with lower salaried people therefore people who were making good money and buying things now don't buy and the newly employed don't make enough to splurge like their higher paid predecessors. Many are looking for jobs and not looking to make more money. So we ask the question"DO U WANT A JOB OR DO U WANT TO GET PAID WHAT YOU'RE WORTH $?" Don't dance around the answer, pick one or the other. Deep down we want to get paid what we're worth but don't have the guts to demand it! . Jobs pay us just enough to get us to come to work and we do just enough work to keep from losing our jobs. No wonder we aren't getting paid out true worth$. 2 friends of mine have been given a early out option versus being let go after working for Fed Ex in technology for over 27 years. The Chicago Tribune reported that Chicago is closing 61 schools for the upcoming school year. How many teachers will get the boot? Substitute teachers? Principals and assistant principals? Counselors and administrative staff? Custodians? Cafeteria workers? Bus drivers? Crossing guards? BUT I know many people who are prospering during this time of sequestration, high unemployment, hundreds of thousands of students graduating and entering the work force and companies cutting employees. All of the people who are prospering have 3 things in common. These 3 things aren't magical, They are really very simple but the payoff is peace and choices.Join us as our griots share the 3 things you need to do to turn this economy into an asset for you. Hosted by Visionary/Creator "DaOne" with NAISA producer/writer Co-Host, Featuring The Human "Encyclo-negro-pedia" C. R. GIBBS Connecting Dots - From Generation to Generation" & a special sports report from 3EO Sportsbeat Writer ANTHONY ADEWUSI
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