The Go-Giver and the Job Search

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I’ve been on vacation this week. One of the books I’ve been reading is The Go-Giver.

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I enjoyed this book because of the stage of life I am currently in.

For nearly thirteen years, I worked for Warner Press, a Christian publisher. My wife was a children’s pastor for a growing Indiana church

In July 2015, my wife was called to a church in Scottsdale, Arizona. I expected to find work in a few weeks. But it was six months before I found a great job with Facebook.

But in July of this year (2016), she was called to another great church in Ohio. So I am looking once again. 

This book made me reconsider how to give and add value to others. These things take time. While I would love to give value to a new business right away, I know I must build relstionships before I can give to others.

I suppose I am giving a round up of the last year because of the third law in The Five Laws of Stratospheric Success. 

The Lae of Authenticity: The most valuable gift you have to offer is yourself. 

So as I enter the next chapter of my life, I am striving to be generous and authentic. It seems to be a good way to live. 

Author: Kevin Spear

I am a marketing professional with a design flair, based in Clayton, Ohio. I specialize in digital and content marketing that increases brand awareness for small businesses and nonprofits.

1 thought on “The Go-Giver and the Job Search”

  1. Kevin, many thanks for your kind review of John David Mann’s and my book. I can tell that you are the very embodiment of a go-giver and I know that the next firm you work with will be extremely fortunate indeed to have you on their team. Again, huge thanks!

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