Tuesday, September 18, 2007

A Long Time...

I did not intend to abandon my blog for three months, but a cross country move packs a little bit of a wallop. In July, we moved to Colorado. Here are a couple of things I learned in the process...

1. Don't bother to move all your stuff- just sell it. It's not like it's going to fit in your new place just right anyway. And by the time you've packed it, lugged it, hoisted it, shoved it, lifted it and unpacked it again, you'll hate it anyway.

2. Don't fret about your kids. They absolutely adapt better than adults. Worry about yourself. I think I've aged a year for every mile we moved, which would make me about 2,000 years old.

Despite these hard lessons, I am delighted to be in Colorado. What a beautiful state it is. Third sunniest state in the union, as my sister has told me many times. Now that we are settling into a more normal routine, I hope to begin writing again on a more consistent basis.

I am continuing my work for Linvatec, and there's been quite a bit of it lately. We are actively recruiting for a direct sales force in Florida, for both direct sales reps and management positions due to some recent changes. Local, qualified candidates welcome!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Any rumors for a direct sales force for all states and doing away with distributors in the near future??

Lisa McCallister-Grant said...

See my Oct 3 post...