Are You The Right Fit?

 ”I’m sorry, but you’re just not the right fit.” Have you ever experienced being told this statement? What in the world are they really saying? What does that even mean? Or how about this one. You have landed a job only to discover that the company (or boss or team) isn’t the “right fit” for you? How do we know …

Retired or Re-Fired?

During the past 70 years or so, the subject of retirement has gained ground rapidly in America due to health and economic advantages we are now afforded. People are living longer, and many are now able to retire for as many years as they have previously worked. In fact, one of the fastest growing populations segments in America are those …

Pursuing That First Job as A New College Graduate

You’re coming up on graduation from college. Congratulations!  It’s a great accomplishment to gain the tangible proof of all your hard work: a diploma. The hope is, all that hard work will land you a career where you’ll thrive, be fulfilled, and not the least of which… pay your bills! So, what’s the best way to FIND that job, and …

Reconnect for Success

Maintaining your professional network is important in every season of your career. When things are really good it’s easy to forget how important it is to maintain them, and then we tend to react when things go south by calling on relationships we haven’t maintained. Avoid these pitfalls and make sure that in every season of your career you work at …

Establish Good Habits & Get Organized

New jobs are a fresh start in many ways.  I highly recommend that you use your fresh start to take a hard look at your habits and organization to make small, but impactful improvements.  The beginning of a new job is a great time to revisit things from how much you’ll save for retirement to tweaking your morning routine for …

Be a Friend or Befriend?

When you start a new job there’s a temptation to befriend everyone.  The first couple weeks at a new job you’ll be asking for help, learning from seasoned employees, etc., and the temptation to want to “fit in” and be liked will be strong.  Here’s my caution: always be friendly but be careful who you befriend.  It’s important to treat …

New Job, Now What?

At Crossroads we have always focused primarily on helping people find the right job.  Our desire, though, is that all people are living in their purpose, honoring God in their work, and finding fulfillment.  So if you’ve walked through your job seeking season and the Lord has provided you the right opportunity, we want to help you shine!  You found …

3…2…1…Go!

A positive person is able to accomplish more at work than a negative person. Agree or disagree?    Various Scriptures would lead us to agree: Proverbs 17:22: “A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit saps a person’s strength.” Philippians 2:14: “Do all things without grumbling or questioning.” Psalm 118:24: “This is the day that the Lord has …