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See Ya Next Year!

December 31st, 2008

I wanted to write about my favorite posts from this year.

I wanted to write a post about the sad state of affairs we saw introduced this year, or what I’m guessing will happen next year.

I wanted to write about me and what I’m doing in 2009, and why it will be different than 2008.

I wanted to write a post to thank all of the people who have been my cheerleaders, evengelists and mentors, and people I’ve learned from.

I wanted to write and thank those who read this crazy blog, or those who leave comments.

I wanted to write, encourage, remember… but I don’t know how to do all that in one post.

So I’ll do none of it and remember 12/31/2008 as the day that I wanted to do so much but did nothing.

As Director Tom would say, “IT’S A WRAP!”

Next year will be ______________________________________________.

(see you January 2nd :))

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2 responses to “See Ya Next Year!”

  1. Hi Jason!!

    It’s a wrap, indeed!

    08 is behind us and 09 is staring us in the face.

    “Next year will be…a new beginning with a new story.”

    Thanks for sharing your incredible story with us over the years.

    You’ve touched, helped and inspired many, many people.

    I’m thrilled to be a part of your network and I can’t wait to see what’s in store you this new year. :-)

  2. Paloma says:

    Just finished giving Joshua Persky advice on his interview later this morning Jan 1st, 2009 with CNBC. People recognize him as the “Sandwich Board Guy”. http://www.oracleofnewyork.com/2008/12/weiser-llp.html see also http://www.oracleofnewyork.com/2008/09/jibber-jobber-a.html He has been asked to do another interview with Cindy Perman. This interview will include information on JibberJobber and the importance of Job Coaching/Resume Writing help along with the importance of family support and Networking. It also includes the Mantra learned from Sterling Bateman of what the employer is looking for. Make me Money – Save me Money – or Solve my Problems and I will hire you!

    Jason you continue to be an inspiration for so many people, both those that are currently searching for employment as well as professionals who are advising and wanting to help them. We have all learned lessons this year from your books and blogs and our personal association with you. Wishing you and your wonderful family a prosperous New Year – Feliz Navidad!!