On a Lighter Note

Business Partner Needed

We are a team of three hard-working and highly motivated individuals seeking a fourth partner to share our business in equal parts.

The current president is involved in a myriad highly detailed and far reaching projects which hold potential for a healthy profit over time. She is forthright, organized, energetic, creative and talented. She has been published and speaks regularly to the public and is a master of public relations and steering the company through scandal and governmental jealousy of business assets. She has many years of experience and yet is still often seen on the floor with her employees, working side by side with them. She has proven herself as one who is not only interested in their welfare, but also willing to go to great lengths to protect them form outside intrusion at all cost.

The current vice-president is keen at motivational speaking, managing company grievances and seeking advice from outside authority. She has developed a fine sense of compassion for those who visit the facilities during business hours and is involved in energetic promotions of the company’s ideas and products. Further, she is forever learning new ways of doing things and expanding the protocol to allow for growth.

The current manager of operations is precise and direct and maintains a strict discipline of the day to day tasks. He is a perfectionist with a strong ability to lead others. He daily promotes the ideas of self-ownership, responsibility and adherence to company policy above all other non-compliance and regulations which are not derived from the company itself. His strong hand and attention to justice and liberty within the workplace have helped to make it the success it is today.

We are seeking a fourth member of our team to establish a strong direction for future growth and make the business more profitable. Investment cost is minimal and only requires relocation. The ideal business partner will maintain his own vehicle, ideally a truck or other car that can transport company property from time to time. He will also be strong enough to carry some of the burden of heavier company assets as the current administration is unable to handle this aspect of the business on their own at times. He will also be skilled in various basic skilled labor techniques that the company is currently lacking (such as plumbing, building construction and vehicle mechanics). Lastly, he will be interested in assisting with the manufacturing and trading of company products (namely: produce, eggs, livestock and crafts) for the furtherance of company profit and sustainability.

The right candidate will maintain a strong sense of moral courage and adequate tenacity to shoulder the ups an downs of every day life. He will respect the rights of the other partners to hold their personal beliefs about religion, philosophy and culture while developing his own opinions and sharing them in a common exchange of mutual interest. His weekly tasks may include many hours of face to face time with the junior partners as the president seeks to mold them into better team players for future business as their partnership agreements are only short-term.

In exchange for these duties, the new partner will be handsomely beset with a position of honor and lodging, meals, laundry and room service will be included. His needs and desires will be considered as important business interests and he will be treated with respect. The president will also devote several hours per week in private interaction to ascertain that he is relaxed, rejuvenated and able to perform his position’s duties to the best of his bodily ability.

This partnership is a long-term position. The president requests that no official contracts be drawn up as she is a strong believer in mutual consent and desires to have no government involvement.


About supportmidwifekatiemccall

Katie McCall was born at Pomona Valley Hospital in Southern California by scheduled c-section as a frank breech due to the current medical system insistence that breeches should always be delivered that way. Katie's father's family was filled with teachers, her mother's family was filled with healers. It is no surprise then, that she went on to have her own two children and spend her adult life involved in a combination of teaching and healing through midwifery, childbirth education, doula work and serving families in Southern California. Katie attended USC for her general education and then went on to study with the American Academy of Husband Coached Childbirth to become a certified childbirth educator. Shortly thereafter, she certified as a birth doula (labor assistant) with the Association of Labor Assistants and Childbirth Educators. Katie was also mentored through a pregnancy and birth support business called The Birth Connection in Glendale, CA, which Katie later purchased and expanded to include a 1500 square foot education facility, retail store and birthing center. She enrolled in midwifery school and apprenticed with the midwives who ran the birth center as well as with midwives who attended homebirths. She sold her business to pursue her midwifery education full time in 2006 and passed her midwifery (NARM) exam to become a Certified Professional Midwife in 2008. She went on to gain her Midwifery License from the State of CA Medical Board in 2010. Katie has received supplementary education in lactation to become a lactation educator, vaginal birth after cesarean support, support of sexual abuse survivors, aromatherapy and is neonatal and CPR certified. She assisted over 500 couples through childbirth education and attended over 550 births as of 2011. As a Southern California native, she has a wide range of experience, serving mothers from diverse backgrounds. She believes her job is one of empowering women to develop their own trust and connection with their bodies and their babies during their own unique journey into motherhood. If she has learned anything through her experience with birth, it is that every birth is as different as the women who are laboring. On August 17th, 2011 Katharine “Katie” McCall, a licensed midwife, was convicted of practicing medicine with out a license for a 2007 birth she assisted as a student. The charge arose from a home birth where Katie's supervising midwife could not arrive because she was at another birth. Instead of leaving the family to birth unassisted, Katie stayed. She recommended that the family transfer to the hospital and the family refused. They were aware that she was only a student midwife and that she was unable to secure an overseeing mid View all posts by supportmidwifekatiemccall

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