What is it models, photographers, performers, clothes designers have in common? They all maintain portfolios of their works. Good ones keep these portfolios up to date and are always quick to display them to anyone interested. You see, they know their current gigs are going to end and so they are always prepared to enter the job hunt ... even before the current assignment is completed.
Many of us look at our current job as being the last we will hold! Oh, we anticipate different assignments and various promotions, but all with our current employer. Perhaps we are forgetting who is really in control of our work history [future].
God places us in our places of employment! He also moves us when it is time. We can be certain in His oversight far more reliably than we can be certain as to the tenure of our job. Should we not take a lesson from those who are more certain that jobs have a set longevity? What would it look like if we aligned our practices with those of the "gig" economy? Here are some ideas:
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