Friday the 13th, January of 2006

IT IS ALMOST OVER – Please do this TODAY. Recommend JibberJobber to the Department of Labor. Read why here, or Recommend here. THANK YOU!

This was the last day at the job I got let go from, four years ago.

On the way home I was a blender of emotions.  Elated to be free of the crap.  Sad to feel betrayed.  Useless since I was a tool.  Many, many emotions.

But heck, look at me know.  I’m still ALIVE.

And I’m doing better than ever.

I’m happier.

I’m more powerful (because I’m EMPOWERED).

I’m positioned to really tackle MY goals, not some other guy’s goals.


And if your last day is today (or yesterday, or yesteryear, or next month), I’ll tell you, YOU WILL BE OKAY.


It might take four months.  It make take two years.  But YOU WILL BE OKAY!

4 thoughts on “Friday the 13th, January of 2006”

  1. Thanks for the vote of condifence, Jason! As a matter of fact I havee survived, and better than I would have expected. I took a job as a manager of a shoe company to pay the bills and get more management experience late in 2009. A friend of mine called me right after the first of the year, told me of a new position he was developing, and asked me to take it! On January 29 I will become the COO of Peninsula Mental Health Services, and I am really excited!

    Patience, trust, faith, a GOOD network, and a knowledge of your strengths help to realize a dream. I am living a complete blessing and am very thankful. It can happen to others as well, if you believe!

  2. @Jean, you are welcome 🙂

    @Barry – that is really terrific news – I know your job search has been LONG, with lots of variables and decisions and stuff… I’m really excited for you. My friend Barry, the COO 🙂

  3. My last day was January 31, 2008. Early in that process, I stumbled into you Jason. And I paid attention to your story. So much of what you were saying gave my story a voice in those early days, weeks, months. I was, am, and always will be grateful that I got to connect with you. That said, you are so right. I am okay. More okay than ever. But that’s because of sweet providence, blind faith and unwavering hope. I have been blessed beyond my wildest dreams and can hardly wait to see what happens next.

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