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YOU'RE FIRED! How to Avoid Being Canned!

The job market for executives is extrordinarily challenging, and in my humble opinion depending on the impact of the sequester, it will get even tougher. There will be fewer positions available and many execs currently employed will lose their jobs. So, what can you do to secure your position? Typically the answer does not lie within your skillset, but rather within your attitude. Lets take a look at what you can do to be a survivor. Your first challenge will be to look at the two images in the beginning of the video and identify which image most closely represents you. Be honest. Don't rely on wishful thinking. Come to grips with reality. I would love your comments.  

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