Beggars Can’t Be Choosers

Beggars Can’t Be Choosers

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I was reading an article recently about a person who was unfortunately going to be getting the pink slip and as a result he had to look for a new job and desperately asked others for help. The person’s financial situation wasn’t exactly good either with no savings or any kind of a back up.

In searching for new work, it was amazing that he seemed to be so darn picky and demanding what his new job would have to be like. There were tons of people too who were giving him advice and offers as to where to work. Unfortunately, he kept shooting them all down with an attitude that he was too good for it.

While it’s one thing to have a lot of confidence and respect for yourself to want the best, I was just thinking how in those types of situations you should try to seriously consider every offer that comes your way. This holds true for a self-employment situation as well I’d say. An over exaggerated example would be someone struggling and throwing away thousand dollar contracts as he believes that he should only work on million dollar contracts.

If you find yourself starting from scratch every bit helps. At the same time, you have to think of it more than just a financial point of view too. Those opportunities could easily lead to something better once you establish yourself. You gotta start somewhere.

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