Life with Lifebushido

It is human nature to want to find a place where we belong, where we feel productive and appreciated. Not many people can say, ‘I was able to start at {insert company} in the position I wanted to be in.’ Lifebushido gives you that opportunity! I started out by looking on job boards for plausible work at home positions. I came across an ad for Lifebushido and it lead me to the company’s website. It said they were looking for people to utilize their natural talents to work for them. It said they especially appreciated stay-at-home moms. I’m like, ‘okay, that doesn’t tell me anything about the job.’ But they meant what they said. During the application process, which is about 30 days, you get set up with a group who you get to know, who you do random tasks with and come up with a creative project. The tasks that you’re given show the company what you’re good at so they know what job to give you and to point out to you what your strong suits are. They focus on the good in you and help you do the same for yourself.

I can honestly say that even if I came out not wanting to work for the company (which I can’t imagine) or if I didn’t get hired, the application process has introduced me to some amazing women, helped go outside of my comfort zone and shown me that I’m more than just a one-trick pony. I’m in a leadership position at the moment, and it’s a first for me. I’ve never been a leader, I’ve always been the backbone. I have so much more confidence in myself now that I know I can be a leader; I don’t have to hide behind the scenes if I don’t want to. I promise you, that if you want to explore your talents, meet new people, have a great company supporting your uniqueness, get paid well, and do it all from the comfort of your own home, try Lifebushido!

http://www.lifebushido.com/

http://turkshido.wikispaces.com/Recruit+Salespeople

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. shianwrites
    Feb 12, 2013 @ 19:01:29

    Awesome post. Good for you. This is very moving and it touches home for me. I too am a backbone type personality. Sometimes we don’t give ourselves enough credit.

    Reply

  2. Jesse
    Feb 27, 2013 @ 14:32:10

    In the army the leader is the back bone.

    Reply

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