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Rock Your Career Final

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Rock Your Career Final

  1. 1. Rock Your Career... NOW!!!
  2. 2. Rock Your Career... NOW!!! ...By Discovering the Power of “RE”
  3. 3. Interesting Facts about Rock and Roll Music and Artists:
  4. 4. Interesting Facts about Rock and Roll Music and Artists: •Rock 'n Roll music was started in the 1950's by Buddy Holly and is a fusion of rhythm & blues, gospel music and country music.
  5. 5. Interesting Facts about Rock and Roll Music and Artists: •Rock 'n Roll music was started in the 1950's by Buddy Holly and is a fusion of rhythm & blues, gospel music and country music. •In the late 1950's, record executives were alarmed by the explosive success of rock 'n roll and considered it a threat to "quality" music.
  6. 6. Interesting Facts about Rock and Roll Music and Artists: •Rock 'n Roll music was started in the 1950's by Buddy Holly and is a fusion of rhythm & blues, gospel music and country music. •In the late 1950's, record executives were alarmed by the explosive success of rock 'n roll and considered it a threat to "quality" music. •The modern electric guitar was patented in 1936.
  7. 7. Interesting Facts about Rock and Roll Music and Artists: •Rock 'n Roll music was started in the 1950's by Buddy Holly and is a fusion of rhythm & blues, gospel music and country music. •In the late 1950's, record executives were alarmed by the explosive success of rock 'n roll and considered it a threat to "quality" music. •The modern electric guitar was patented in 1936. •First CD pressed in the USA for commercial release was Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the USA".
  8. 8. Interesting Facts about Rock and Roll Music and Artists: •Rock 'n Roll music was started in the 1950's by Buddy Holly and is a fusion of rhythm & blues, gospel music and country music. •In the late 1950's, record executives were alarmed by the explosive success of rock 'n roll and considered it a threat to "quality" music. •The modern electric guitar was patented in 1936. •First CD pressed in the USA for commercial release was Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the USA". •Rock music exploded during the 1960's amidst social unrest, political upheaval, a cultural revolution and a war that was dividing the country.
  9. 9. Queen Boston Bruce Springsteen Fleetwood Mac The Beatles Jimi Hendrix The Doors The Eagles Bob Dylan The Rolling Stones Elton John Jackson Brown Led Zepplin The Who Pink Floyd Tom Petty Jethro Tull The Greatful Dead
  10. 10. We Will Rock You More Than a Feeling Born to Run You Can Go Your Own Way Hey Jude Foxy Lady Light My Fire Hotel California Don’t Look Back Satisfaction Stairway to Heaven Runnin’ on Empty Another Brick in the Wall Runnin’ Down a Dream Won’t Get Fooled Again Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Truckin’
  11. 11. RE... Rewrite, rewire, recreation, reassess, re-evaluate, revelation, revamp, revival, redemption, reignite, reborn, renew, repeat, rewind, repent, reward, resume, remember, resilience, redo, reclaim, reacquire, react, readapt, readdress, readjust, reaffirm, retire, realign, realize, react, rearrange, reawaken, rebalance, rebate, rebel, reboot, rebuild, recapture, recognize, recover, recycle, redefine, restrict, reduce, reflect, relevant, revolution.
  12. 12. Career Resilience
  13. 13. Career Resilience 1. The ability to adapt to changing circumstances, even when the circumstances are discouraging and disruptive
  14. 14. Career Resilience 1. The ability to adapt to changing circumstances, even when the circumstances are discouraging and disruptive 2. The result or outcome of being career self-reliant
  15. 15. Career Resilience
  16. 16. Career Resilience
  17. 17. Career Resilience PASSION: Quote: “When your heart is engaged the inevitable headaches and daily annoyances become tolerable and don’t derail your commitment”. Po Bronson, What Should I Do With My Life
  18. 18. Career Resilience
  19. 19. Career Resilience
  20. 20. Career Resilience PERFORMANCE: Quote: “There can be no joy of life without joy of work.” Thomas Acquinas
  21. 21. Career Resilience
  22. 22. Career Resilience
  23. 23. Career Resilience PERSPECTIVE: Quote: “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those that cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.” Alvin Toffler, Revolutionary Wealth
  24. 24. Career Resilience
  25. 25. Resilience Pyramid
  26. 26. Resilience Pyramid Work
  27. 27. Resilience Pyramid Job Work
  28. 28. Resilience Pyramid Occupation Job Work
  29. 29. Resilience Pyramid Career Occupation Job Work
  30. 30. Resilience Pyramid Calling Career Occupation Job Work
  31. 31. Career Resilience Inventory: © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  32. 32. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  33. 33. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. 2. During an interview I could list at least 10 skills that I possess. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  34. 34. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. 2. During an interview I could list at least 10 skills that I possess. 3. My career goals are clear and I have a good idea of where I am heading. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  35. 35. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. 2. During an interview I could list at least 10 skills that I possess. 3. My career goals are clear and I have a good idea of where I am heading. 4. I can identify three important accomplishments from my current/last job. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  36. 36. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. 2. During an interview I could list at least 10 skills that I possess. 3. My career goals are clear and I have a good idea of where I am heading. 4. I can identify three important accomplishments from my current/last job. 5. My skills have been upgraded in a significant way within the last year. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  37. 37. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. 2. During an interview I could list at least 10 skills that I possess. 3. My career goals are clear and I have a good idea of where I am heading. 4. I can identify three important accomplishments from my current/last job. 5. My skills have been upgraded in a significant way within the last year. 6. I explore trends in my field/industry and have identified various changes that are occurring. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  38. 38. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. 2. During an interview I could list at least 10 skills that I possess. 3. My career goals are clear and I have a good idea of where I am heading. 4. I can identify three important accomplishments from my current/last job. 5. My skills have been upgraded in a significant way within the last year. 6. I explore trends in my field/industry and have identified various changes that are occurring. 7. I have sought opportunities to take on new responsibilities in my work. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  39. 39. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. 2. During an interview I could list at least 10 skills that I possess. 3. My career goals are clear and I have a good idea of where I am heading. 4. I can identify three important accomplishments from my current/last job. 5. My skills have been upgraded in a significant way within the last year. 6. I explore trends in my field/industry and have identified various changes that are occurring. 7. I have sought opportunities to take on new responsibilities in my work. 8. I have a network of people in and outside of my field that can help my career. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  40. 40. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. 2. During an interview I could list at least 10 skills that I possess. 3. My career goals are clear and I have a good idea of where I am heading. 4. I can identify three important accomplishments from my current/last job. 5. My skills have been upgraded in a significant way within the last year. 6. I explore trends in my field/industry and have identified various changes that are occurring. 7. I have sought opportunities to take on new responsibilities in my work. 8. I have a network of people in and outside of my field that can help my career. 9. Regularly, I try to identify the future direction of my field through making personal contacts, reading or attending professional meetings. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  41. 41. Career Resilience Inventory: 1. I can easily describe the value I bring to my employer. 2. During an interview I could list at least 10 skills that I possess. 3. My career goals are clear and I have a good idea of where I am heading. 4. I can identify three important accomplishments from my current/last job. 5. My skills have been upgraded in a significant way within the last year. 6. I explore trends in my field/industry and have identified various changes that are occurring. 7. I have sought opportunities to take on new responsibilities in my work. 8. I have a network of people in and outside of my field that can help my career. 9. Regularly, I try to identify the future direction of my field through making personal contacts, reading or attending professional meetings. 10. I am more comfortable than ever with the constantly changing world of work. © 2001 Operation ABLE of Michigan.
  42. 42. Tom Petty
  43. 43. Tom Petty Facts:
  44. 44. Tom Petty Facts: •Met Elvis Presley in the 1960’s as a teenager living in Florida and it changed his world forever.
  45. 45. Tom Petty Facts: •Met Elvis Presley in the 1960’s as a teenager living in Florida and it changed his world forever. •Quit high school at 17 and joined a band called “Mudcrutch”.
  46. 46. Tom Petty Facts: •Met Elvis Presley in the 1960’s as a teenager living in Florida and it changed his world forever. •Quit high school at 17 and joined a band called “Mudcrutch”. •Moved to LA in the early 1970’s to seek a record contract.
  47. 47. Tom Petty Facts: •Met Elvis Presley in the 1960’s as a teenager living in Florida and it changed his world forever. •Quit high school at 17 and joined a band called “Mudcrutch”. •Moved to LA in the early 1970’s to seek a record contract. •Published two record albums with 4 top hit singles.
  48. 48. Tom Petty Facts: •Met Elvis Presley in the 1960’s as a teenager living in Florida and it changed his world forever. •Quit high school at 17 and joined a band called “Mudcrutch”. •Moved to LA in the early 1970’s to seek a record contract. •Published two record albums with 4 top hit singles. •Due to legal battles, he filed for bankruptcy in 1979.
  49. 49. Tom Petty Facts: •Met Elvis Presley in the 1960’s as a teenager living in Florida and it changed his world forever. •Quit high school at 17 and joined a band called “Mudcrutch”. •Moved to LA in the early 1970’s to seek a record contract. •Published two record albums with 4 top hit singles. •Due to legal battles, he filed for bankruptcy in 1979. •His family home in LA burned down (arson suspected) in 1986.
  50. 50. Tom Petty Facts: •Met Elvis Presley in the 1960’s as a teenager living in Florida and it changed his world forever. •Quit high school at 17 and joined a band called “Mudcrutch”. •Moved to LA in the early 1970’s to seek a record contract. •Published two record albums with 4 top hit singles. •Due to legal battles, he filed for bankruptcy in 1979. •His family home in LA burned down (arson suspected) in 1986. •In 2008, he performed at the Super Bowl Halftime Show and is still touring today.
  51. 51. Runnin’ Down a Dream:
  52. 52. Runnin’ Down a Dream: It was a beautiful day, the sun beat down I had the radio on, I was drivin' trees flew by, me and Del were singin' little Runaway I was flyin' Yeah runnin' down a dream that never would come to me workin' on a mystery, goin' wherever it leads runnin' down a dream I felt so good like anything was possible I hit cruise control and rubbed my eyes the last three days the rain was un- stoppable it was always cold, no sunshine
  53. 53. Refugee:
  54. 54. Refugee: We got somethin', we both know it, we don't talk too much about it Ain't no real big secret, all the same, somehow we get around it Listen, it don't really matter to me baby You believe what you want to believe, you see You don't have to live like a refugee (Don't have to live like a refugee) Somewhere, somehow, somebody must have kicked you around some Tell me why you will lay there, revel in your abandon Honey, it don't make no difference to me baby Everybody has to fight to be free, you see You don't have to live like a refugee (Don't have to live like a refugee) No baby you don't have to live like a refugee (Dont have to live like a refugee)
  55. 55. I Won’t Back Down:
  56. 56. I Won’t Back Down: Well I won't back down, no I won't back down You could stand me up at the gates of Hell But I, won't back down No I, stand my ground, won't be, turned around And I keep this world from draggin' me down Gonna stand my ground, and I, won't back down (I won't back-) Hey baby! there ain't no easy way out (I won't back-) Hey yea! Stand my ground And I won't, back down Well I know what's right, I got just one life In a world that keeps on pushin' me around But I'll, stand my ground, and I, won't back down (I won't back-) Hey baby! there ain't no easy way out (I won't back-) Hey yea! Stand my ground And I won't, back down
  57. 57. Reflection Resilience Relevance
  58. 58. Hope you enjoyed the show...

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