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Want To Find A Tax Job? – View Abraham Lincoln’s Resume



Kat Jennings, Find Tax Job, Tax Recruiter

Three types of tax professionals have their Professional Profiles in TaxConnections Worldwide Directory of Tax Professionals:

1) Tax Professionals Creating Higher Visibility/Authority
2) Tax Professionals Developing New Business
3) Tax Professionals In Transition

When a tax professional is looking for a new tax opportunity and registers to Find Tax Jobs, the first thing they receive is a series of messages that coaches members through the process of attracting key decision-makers to them.

Everything has changed about finding a tax job and if you do not know how to navigate the process you are at a huge disadvantage. Having personally placed thousands of tax professionals throughout my tax search career, I know how it works more than anyone. I see every mistake people make and want to reach out and help all of you through what is often a heartfelt process. I genuinely want every tax professional to succeed as my life work has been about helping you. Never give up-follow us and we will show you the way.

Today, I give you a bit of inspiration that I must credit to the smcsafetyfoundation.org. They were kind enough to send it to me and now I share this with each and every one of you.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S RESUME

1831 – Failed in business

1833 – Defeat for Legislature

1833 – Second failure in business

1836 – Suffered nervous breakdown

1838 – Defeated for Speaker

1840 – Defeated for Elector

1843 – Defeated for Congress

1848 – Defeated for Congress

1855 – Defeated for Senate

1856 – Defeated for Vice President

1858 – Defeated for Senate

1860 – ELECTED PRESIDENT

My path was worn and slippery. My foot slipped from

under me, knocking the other out of the way. But I

recovered and said to myself, it’s a slip and not a fall.

~ Abraham Lincoln, 16th U.S. President

 

 

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As TaxConnections CEO, Kat Jennings founded the leading tax platform connecting tax professionals and taxpayers worldwide. TaxConnections blogs educate tax professionals and taxpayers on the impact of tax laws affecting citizens all over the world.

Contact Kat@TaxConnections.com or call 858.999.0053 at TaxConnections.com