The 2 Year Layoff Notice
Saw this headline in the paper today.
$18B NextEra acquisition of Oncor sparks questions for ratepayers
There was one part of the article that I found very interesting.
The Oncor name, its Dallas headquarters and the company’s management will not change under the terms of the agreement, a NextEra spokesman told the Dallas Business Journal. No employees will be laid off for at least two years after the transaction closes, the company said.
Have you ever gotten notice that you were being laid off? Have you ever gotten notice 2 YEARS in advance that you might be losing your job?
While it may seem like a dire situation for some, it’s actually a great thing they have this much time to prepare. They have two years to get their next path in life determined, and start down that path. If it were me, I would be working feverishly to build up my marketing education so that I could start my own business and have money coming in right away.
In fact, that’s what I did when I found myself without a job. I’d already decided I wanted my own business, but I didn’t know how to go about it. I also didn’t have two years notice to figure it out, either. Fortunately, I’d already been a member of a system that had the education I needed to know. Only now, I was more motivated than ever to learn what I needed to know to build my business using the Internet.
I know it sounds like marketing speak, but I really am one of those who work from where ever I want, and work when I want. (Side note: I was actually at a Starbucks when I wrote this article.)
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If you don’t think it’s possible, let me tell you otherwise. It is possible to do this. It’s done every day by people of all ages, races and nationalities. It’s done by people who were tired of making someone else rich by working in a ‘good’ job. It’s done by people who want to spend more time at home with their kids and grand kids. You control your life, not someone else.