Ezra Furman started writing songs. Tomorrow is our big news day, we have multiple things to tell you. It's a good feeling to have a good secret you're about to tell. It makes me feel playful and powerful. Only because I know some of you will care, for which I am very grateful. Rock'n'roll is a fun thing to be involved in. The more you get into it the more fun it is. So thanks for being into it. Talk to you tomorrow, Luv Ezra. We got the vinyl, the CD, the digital, what chu neeeeed.
Body was made so just fucking relax Don't pile my plate With historical facts I want to go forward Don't want to go back And my body was made. Your body is yours At the end of the day And don't let the hateful Try and take it away We want to be free Yeah, we go our own way And my body was made, oh! More on Genius. About Body Was Made. In Body Was Made, Ezra defends his genderfluidity and sexuality, expressing how he is who he is, and that this cannot be changed
If you’re one of those people who knows what you’re doing at all times, feel free to stop reading. You probably have a meeting, a project, or a team that needs your unfailingly perfect insight. On second thought, perhaps you should stick around. Since I’d guess you don’t want to be second-guessing everything you do in your work, this is the perfect time to learn how to deal with it. Ahead, three ways to combat the derailing thoughts. Being willing to figure things out as you go and to face new obstacles with curiosity is how you learn and grow.
Adam: Today we’re talking about do-overs. So if you had a time machine and you could go back to your college years, is there anything that you might change or do differently? Sarah: I really wish that I would have had the chance to study abroad. I chose the wrong major initially. I was a nursing major for two years, and worked really hard at a major I was really bad at. And then after two years, I switched schools and switched majors. Adam: How long did you like it? Sarah: For a while until I wanted change. I love change, so I’d always switch it to something else. Adam: Well, that’s great.
I'd really like for you to succeed: it would be good for you, for the company that hires you, and for the overall economy. In fact, I want you to get the best job you possibly can - one that you enjoy, and that challenges you and makes best use of your strengths. In the service of that, there are some actions I want to steer you away from when you're doing a job interview, things that - trust me - will not create the impression you want to create
Anyway, You first need to think about what you like or don't like about the jobs you've had. I think starting your own business, plumbing, electrical would be great because it would be lucrative, you can be your own boss and if you live frugally and save, you can retire early. So basically out of all that text, what I'd like to know is how can someone who has no clear vision in life effectively find the career path that best suites them without continually going from one. Hey
When you’re looking for a job, social media is more media than it is social. Remember that anything you publish has the potential to be broadcast to unforeseen audiences. Employers will Google you and look you up on social media sites. And then there are the strange attitudes. On recruiter told me the story of Franklin Worthington the Third, who referred to himself as such on his resume, and who spoke of himself in the third person. When Franklin takes on a project, Franklin succeeds. You have unrealistic salary expectations. Of course you know how much money you’d like to earn – and what perks you’d like to have from your employer. But if your expectations are unrealistic, or you’re too demanding or inflexible, it will turn employers off.
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|MO-601||Eddie Furman||(Don't Believe) The Things You're Told / Jobs I'd Like To Have (Shellac, 10")||Monarch||MO-601||US||1952|