“I agree wholeheartedly with John Kalusa’s approach. In fact, I extend the sales approach and ‘Company of 1’ concept to the initial job listing itself. To me, a job listing is merely an RFP by a company in NEED (of something) for services that your Company of 1 might be able to provide.”
S. Mason – Atlanta, GA
Again, than you for taking the time last night to talk to us. What came out was your honesty and guidance during this times and how “the walk” is never walked alone. I love the phrase that says “Don’t tell God how big your problems are, tell your problems how big God is”. Last night carried with it the same type of re-awakening, per say, as that phrase.
Luis C – Alpharetta, GA
I was at the Career Ministries function at Holy Spirit Catholic Church (Sandy Springs, GA) last night. It was a great presentation!
Scott W. – Atlanta, GA
I guy with a lot of passion and you like to do things right or not at all……..The other great take-away is your advice about viewing myself as a company of one and changing my mindset from doing what is asked of me to providing better customer service to my employer.” Brad H. – Duluth, GA
First of all I want to thank you for your excellent presentation. Your “business” approach and energy were inspiring and gave me a different spin to the job search process. Luis T. Atlanta, GA
I heard you speak at Perimeter Church last night and really enjoyed it. You were entertaining and the topic hit home. It is true that very few people look at networking with an intent to build relationships. I think everyone (me included) is guilty of looking at it as ‘how can I benefit from this?’ angle.
KV P. Atlanta, GA
I was at the Career Ministries function at Holy Spirit Catholic Church last night. It was a great presentation.
S. Whittaker Atlanta, GA