I am sitting here trying to understand why the aversion to the Launch Pad. Is it fear, is it a lack of understanding,is it depression, or is it just a lack of motivation? If everyone in the room were under 25, I could understand it better because we have found a lot of younger people sometimes tend to think that the jobs should find them.

I also understand that the loss of a job is traumatic, especially if this is the first time…..I have never felt good about losing a job….well, maybe once, but that one was a relief.

We also have several people in the room who have let us know that they have never had to look for a job before….that is understandable.

I want you all to think back to the last time you were in school. Did you ever have a class that really interested you….how did you do in that class?

Did you ever have a class where you had a difficult time paying attention, whether it was boring or whether you just didn’t get it….how did you do in that class?

Did you ever take a course that was required for graduation, and you knew if you didn’t pass it, your time in school would be extended past what you originally planned?

Well guess what. It’s class time, and if you pay attention, your time in school does not have to be extended. As a matter of fact, if you engage, you will have a much better chance of finding what you actually want. The choice is up to you, only now you can’t blame the results on a lack of maturity.

It is time for you to get past (notice I did not say get over) whatever is holding you back. Volunteering for the launch Pad could be just the thing to get you back on track…..hence the name ‘Launch Pad’.

We want nothing but the best for you and trust us when we say the Launch Pad is the best thing you can do right now.

Nothing is holding you back because signing up is ridiculously easy and has no criteria except:

Return this E-mail with a request to be put on the schedule…..first come, first served.

Bill Johnson