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Wizard’s Guild
Processor

Description
The Wizard’s Guild is a collaboration for intellectual entertainment and personalized emotional satisfaction. It is an intellectual society for the purpose of practicing magic, the art (the creation in congruence with emotional satisfaction) and science (the practice of methodical achievement and observational understanding as opposed to memorizing theories and practices for a test or performing someone else’s theories without them being the missing piece in your own research). Within the Wizard’s Guild we consider school, computers, and google to return emotionally weak and intellectually inconclusive results. Because the internet is not a useful tool for research, we’ve created this position. The Processor functions in accordance with “Law”, a component of language such as grammar or definition, to generate significance, in other- words, meaning or feelings. The processor works with the operator and the technician to function as a biological computer. Salary is negotiable, starting at $15 per hour. Part of the duties of the processor will be to reference the Wizard’s Guild. These references are not paid; however, they are a necessary component for generating profit within the Guild. Without this pay and or time decrease for lack of funds. With these things in mind, Processors work as independent contractors for the Wizard’s Guild. The position is open to all Members of the Wizard’s guild and is a continually expanding position. Membership in the guild is free and more processor positions will be added as membership increases. The positions is worth much more than we can pay you, but as the guild improves we will be able to pay the full value for the position. Because good computers are worth about $1000 and human equivalents are valued around $26 per hour and up, these two factors will set the standard for pay as membership increases.

Duties
Process dense information.
Utilize information to create new intellectual subject areas in accordance with supervisors’ instructions.
Cooperate with other team members to generate significance
“Decode” patterns
Follow newly generated “Law” in order to generate significance
Keep up with Guild news and gossip
Remain in a standard mental state and record deviations from this as well as the most recent pertaining “Law”.
Advocate for the Wizard’s Guild to increase membership and patronage
Processors may also be required to deal with patrons and members

Required skills
No Training or skills is a preferred skill
Punctuality (Processors must attend work or notify a supervisor prior to illness and a minimum of two weeks before vacation)
Passion for a particular subject, known or unknown hobbies required
Maintain contact with at least one friend (reference required)
Fluent in a single or multiple languages including English, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc.
Able to read or write in a single or multiple languages either in their speaking language or another one (the two do not have to coincide).
Willingness to experience moderate changes in emotion (The fluctuations will not occur outside the job).
Willingness to not know an answer, to be “stumped”
Willingness to discover the answer, to feel the “Eureka” moment.
Able to perform moderate physical activity (run or walk for up to 2 hours or equivalent)
Willingness to experience vivid dreams
Willingness to develop “psychic” powers or “perform miracles” (dependant on personal religion: religion is not a factor in the hiring process on the form the processor works in).

Optional skills and Training
School.
College Degree
Vocational training
Multiple friends
Multiple passions or hobbies
Meditation related skills
Telekinesis
Psychokinesis
Hypnosis

Application Process
Submit a résumé and Essay and personal references (at least one friend. No employers or supervisor’s) by e-mail
Join the Wizard’s Guild for free by contacting a local recruiter
Members who submit an application will be considered for the position
Members with high qualification will be contacted for an interview

For the Santa Cruz Area

Please Contact Jo S. E. with a résumé, references, a Wizard’s Guild application notice and an essay addressing this topic:
The nature of Law and Feeling. This will serve in place of a cover letter but feel free to include one. For the essay a good place to start is to look at facts in law and look at how people feel about crimes they’ve committed. The best papers will not necessarily be academic. It doesn’t matter what language it is in. I will read it. If it’s in English it makes my life easier but write in the language you are most competent in. The place I started is with people closest to me. I gave them a rule or looked at a rule they did not follow and paid attention to how they felt about it. Pay specific attention the rule as an nonnegotiable consequence of facts, and any attempt to negotiate without pointing out incongruence in facts as an emotional response. Such as “this is a(n) (thing here)” “well yeah. I guess, but . . . this little thing here. It’s kind of different.” Law is an agreement between people of a culture. And meaning comes out of the differences between experiences. If your paper says those three things, you’ve addressed the prompt. As long as you stay focused and don’t stray to far from those ideas you will understand. Applicants that display adequait understanding by relating the topics to their own life with receive special consideration.

Send applications to

Blaze2672@gmail.com
In the subject line put Wizard’s Guild Application.
If the e-mail is missing this, I may not see the application.

Sincerely,
Joseph S. Edwards
Director of Hiring
Membership Coordinator
Guild Specialist
Founder

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Finding Work In a Growing Economy

My father likes to think he’s traditional. He works hard, comes home, goes to sleep, and goes to work the next day. He likes what he is working on, but he hates the job he’s at. He hardly talks to my mother, and she’s often afraid to tell him things. Up until now, this blog has been abstract and probably a little bit strange to you. But I live a normal life just as you do. I do things that, if you followed me around, would make you realize, “Hey, this guy’s just an average guy. He’s not so strange. He’s sort of like me.”

Today, I’m still “unemployed”, and I’m looking for a job. Not very hard, because I work smarter not harder, but I’m still working on finding a job to help pay for school. I’m 18, and I surprise people when I reveal my thoughts on something. I’m a writer by nature, and I’ve learned the trade well, but the way my mind works helps me get unstuck. I’m a writer, but not once have I gotten writers block.

My dad on the other hand, is more “qualified” to work than I am. He’s worked all his life. He’s a good worker, and he keeps his life in order. On paper, he’s a great employee except for the mistake he makes on his resume that makes him over qualified. In an interview he’s learned to be straight to the point, like a newspaper headline.

The problems I had growing up came from the way my parents raised me. It is important not to blame them. This way I can move on and fix the problem, so I don’t blame my parents for their shortcomings, which they passed on to me and also my brother, but he’s a special case. Because my dad didn’t see the value in making friends nor did he have any friends, it took me right up to spring of my senior year before I learned to socialize. By that time, all the people I knew that could have gotten me a job had left for college to start the next phase in life. They stressed good grades over good friends. I had problems with both because you need good friends to take your mind off of things, to simplify your life every once in a while and to give you inspiration for future projects.

While my friends were way farther off starting their lives i was already more qualified to do things that they wouldn’t be able to do even if they were “qualified”. Today, I went down to the job center. They provide computers and internet and copiers to help people find a job. I was there to attend my orientation to a program they offer that gets unemployed professionals together to network. They have a 15% success rate, meaning that 15% of their members find jobs when they were previously unemployed. Even though I had never had a job, I had never submitted a résumé, I didn’t have the friends to network and help me find an entry-level job, I didn’t have a degree, I didn’t have certification, I was more able to produce results that these people at least twice my age, still were unable to figure out. They had everything I didn’t and yet they were unemployed.

What’s my secret? I have a map. It takes me the extent of a single problem to figure out exactly where I am, and where I should be. This is Zedu. They struggled to conform to the standards, to produce things that Job listers would like to hear. The moment I encountered my first problem, I knew I was two far in to the right side of my brain, where everything is flowing and connected, but flowing and connected is not what they’re looking for. I have the tools, acquired from exploring Zedu, I have the Cru, something I never thought I could reach, and now I’m on my way up from a working class family, to a millionaire life-style. You can join me if you sow the seed.Germinate