Searching for a job? Do you know the best way to get your name out there? Network, network, network. Connecting face-to-face with people is an effective way of landing a job.
But who should you network with? Everyone around you, family, friends,…
It’s easy for me to say that I’m a fairly reasonable kind of guy, but not really. I’ve…Continue
It was impossible for his doctors to determine, with any level of accuracy, how the compounds were interacting with one other. (Jump to the full article and podcast.)
And, as they added an anti-seizure prescription, to what he was already putting in his body, he reached the…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on July 21, 2011 at 5:12am — No Comments
“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” –ALBERT EINSTEIN
It is often said, “Keep it simple.” But don’t over-simplify simplicity! Network marketing isn’t easy. In other words, don’t confuse simplicity with ease.
Challenge for today:
Understand that one must identify the method for sharing the business opportunity that works best for them. In…Continue
Added by Jay Veal on July 20, 2011 at 2:38pm — No Comments
It's not your fault if you hate you job, but you are to blame if you stay there! I had the "priveledge" to visit a headhunting agency a few years ago, when I walked in the receptionist barley glancing up from her computer, hands me a pile of papers to fill out.Here I sit answering questions about skills, past jobs, and ideal work, only to have it disregarded and offered an…Continue
Added by Mike Purchis on July 20, 2011 at 1:53pm — No Comments
OK. You listened to my advice and did a proper application. Congratulations, you've taken the first step. Now read carefully. The first 48 seconds of your interview are critical. The hiring choice is often made in the first few seconds of the interview. Let me rephrase that. The decision NOT to hire is often made in the first few seconds. You never get a second chance to make a first impression is the rule of the day here.
When you go into the interview room you need to be…Continue
Added by Mike Purchis on July 19, 2011 at 11:01pm — No Comments
Added by Jason Ayers on July 19, 2011 at 3:41pm — No Comments
“Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don’t quit.”
Today’s quote is one of my favorites. Consistent and persistent action and a “never quit attitude” is what it takes to be a success! Period.
Challenge for today:
Keep moving. Keep your eye on the prize (specific, written…Continue
Have you ever received an email saying you just won a lottery in Africa? The email goes on to say just send us $3000 to claim your $1 million. Believe it or not this is something people fall for on a daily basis. The first thing they do when they do not receive their money is call their bank. The second thing they do, based on the information the bank gives them, is call the police.
Most banks will try to work with you as much as possible, but keep in mind you are the one that sent…
Added by Adam Patesel on July 19, 2011 at 9:15am — No Comments
I suppose this kind of thinking or realization comes with age. I’ve heard it said before that when we’re 16, we worry about what everyone else thinks; and when we’re 40, we don’t care about what anyone else thinks; however when we’re 60, we realize that nobody is thinking about us, because they’re all thinking…Continue
Added by Robert de Brus on July 19, 2011 at 6:44am — No Comments
No not that Mike Myers.
Michael Lynn Myers was born in Southern Illinois in 1950. He was raised in poverty, lost both parents at a young age, got drafted, and spent much of his young adult life traveling around the country taking odd jobs. He met my mom in Colorado Springs in the early 1970's and soon after convinced her to marry him.
Mike Myers is my dad.
He is also the father to my 5 brothers and 3 sisters. If you have 9 children in your family people ask "from 1…Continue
My daughter and some friends decided to go to Miami for a vacation this week. The plane left about an hour late. When it arrived it couldn't get up to the ramp because of lightening. It was raining. They landed an hour later than expected. She was not happy. She expected to be having a ball with her friends, but instead she was shaking her head at Mother Nature. …Continue
Every week I will pose a question for you to take a SECOND and think about and give your thoughts. Sometimes questions will be profound, sometimes simple, but meant to provocatively get you thinking and sharing. Take a few seconds and if you don't want to respond to the question on the blog, feel free to email me your response at…Continue
“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence then is not an act, but a habit.” –ARISTOTLE
We are the product of thousands of seemingly insignificant daily choices. Our repetitive actions shape us and mold us. From how we eat and exercise, to how we think, act and respond to situations, we are what we repeatedly do.
Challenge for today:
Focus on each decision you make today, no…Continue
There is a lot of money to be made by simply "Jumping on the bandwagon" of a big topic, hot issue, famous person, popular item or anything else that gets a lot of attention. I recently did just that by making the first ever "presidential series" drumstick. I used the royality free public domain photo made available by the White…Continue
We tend to look hard for passions, but a lot of times, passions are driven from past experiences. Things we’ve overcome due to difficulties. Life gives us pretty good reason to believe that we’re always going to be over coming difficulties, or struggles throughout our life. It’s apart of what makes us who we are, and…Continue