“But I said to myself, ‘I hope this girl can find time to process it all.Because sooner or later it will catch up with her.’”It has caught up with me.
I’d just like some help in understanding what’s going on.
This still requires getting one’s duff out of the chair from behind the desk and the computer display to actually people.
(See Executive Search: Don’t pay lazy headhunters.) But, show me 1,000 recruiters and I’ll show you 999 lazy keypunchers who are terrified to talk to anyone, and content to get paid for diddling their keyboards. The other biggest problem is that the cost of entry to the recruiting business is virtually zero.
My mom, who adores my kids second only to their parents.
As my children and their needs as people grow, it seems that our circle of people shrinks – and the pressures of being a single mother mount.