Do you have a backup plan in case you’re “surprised” with bad news?

One of the biggest examples in the last 5 years of how “a job” is not “guaranteed” is the announcement this week that CNN is laying off 300 employees. That Turner Broadcasting is laying off over 1000 people over the next year. One of the biggest networks on the planet is laying off people, because of competition. Because of factors they can’t control, people, who probably thought they were going to work for the same company for decades, are now looking for work. Did any of them plan for this? Do they have a backup plan? Do you have a backup plan? if not, why????? Isn’t it time to start planning now rather than waiting for the worse to happen???? Would you like help to begin looking at options? If yes, feel free to contact me. 706-393-8426

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