If you are having trouble getting interviews, this course is for you.
I've created this resume course especially to help you streamline your information and demonstrate to an employer the value and experience you have.
The course is provides:…Continue
Studies show that approximately one third of those with a high income are living paycheck to paycheck.
How does that happen?
Here at the Factory Media Network we are feeling all the feels today! Our pride has risen to the top and it's about to burst. We are so proud of David and Kelli Pritchard from AXIS Ministries…
Added by Brad Voigt on August 6, 2015 at 10:51am — No Comments
Having a health crisis really highlights the fact that no matter how self-reliant, independent and capable you consider yourself to be, there will be times when you must rely on other people – plain and simple. As a mom, one of the goals in raising my children was to help them be independent, capable adults.…Continue
Anyone who has ever parented or worked with a young child knows how adamant he/she can become when they don't want help to achieve a task. Whether it's trying to reach a water fountain or learning to tie shoes, that line, "I can do it by myself." can send even the calmest adult into a tizzy.
It takes a great deal of patience…Continue
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I’m so excited to announce that my first book is available on Amazon Kindle today. If you are looking for a simple, easy to use guide to help you with your resume creation, this is for you.…Continue
Last week I received a call from my daughter who told me her vehicle had gotten stuck in the mud even though it didn’t look as if the ground was really that soft! ” I just need something to give me some traction”, she offered as she listened to the suggestions my husband had for getting her unstuck.
That’s really the way our lives operate also, isn’t it. We need the things that give us traction to keep us going. One thing that keeps you going on your job are Motivation, Personal…Continue
Added by Kathy on March 30, 2015 at 3:16pm — No Comments
Today I just want to chat with you and see what you are struggling with. Think of this as a blog version of a personal coaching session for FREE!!!!
A few ideas of topics you may want to ask questions about:
Making money online
Increasing site visibility
Social media integration
I watched a show on the Food Network called Restaurant Stakeout. Basically, restaurant owners who are having problems in some aspect of their business calls a man in who sets up hidden cameras throughout the business. This man is an “expert” who has several very successful restaurants. Then, together,…Continue
S how summary in a sentence: Dream expert and coach Victoria Allen joins us on the show and shares three ideas for tapping into and harnessing the power of our dreams. (Jump to the…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on September 21, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
Monthly Budgeting: Free monthly budget template below.
I have heard a lot of people give a lot of, ah-hum, “reasons” why they haven’t done a monthly budget in like, ever.
One of my (least) favorites is, “I don’t have any money, so what is the point?”
Answer: Part of the reason you don’t have any money is you don’t budget the money you do have.
These people are doing what? …waiting until they have money to start managing it? Are you waiting to lose 10 pounds before…Continue
Added by Derek Olsen on June 3, 2013 at 1:15am — No Comments
(Must listen episode!) First “walk-about” episode. Come on a walk with Derek and Carrie in beautiful Kansas City as we discuss stewardship within relationships. Specifically, we take relationship advice, honey-do list, and why it is important to be thankful and grateful.
Added by Derek Olsen on May 14, 2013 at 3:23pm — No Comments
Description: It’s the first of the month. That means Carrie and I (Derek) talk about stewardship and money. More monthly money tips for couples. Stewardship within a relationship can get complicated, let’s make it simple.
What you will hear:
Added by Derek Olsen on May 10, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
One of the unexpected things for me with jumping into entrepreneurship has been the need for a healthy mindset and attitude. To be honest, I never gave my mindset and attitude much thought until a few years ago. I always saw this part of personal growth as superfluous and only for those who were a little far out there.Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on August 8, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments
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I used to not be able to say this, but now… Well, I’ll admit that I can move about freely with my work being that it is pretty much mobile. I’ll go and sit in different locations, and especially when I’m feeling stuffy in my own office…Continue
Added by Robert de Brus on April 17, 2012 at 4:00am — No Comments
I used to work with a grumpy assed individual who explained his being…Continue
Sometimes, the best help comes from our clients.
I have two clients: a budding entrepreneur and an amazing musician. They were both wanting more from life and I provided my coaching services to them. The entrepreneur is now finding ways to get more income from his gaming group, and the musician now has a concrete plan in order to attack his career. They both have a realistic, but challenging plan to double their income next year.
In the meantime, I have been struggling on my…Continue
Added by Elmer Querubin on December 12, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
We have a friend who is stuck in the beginning of what looks to be a messy divorce.
He is a very controlling and restrictive personality, and she is trying to break free from that.
She is trying to find a way to continue home-schooling her son, and find some sort of income from an evening/night job or flexible hours income.
Her background is in childcare / daycare. (she used to run her own years ago) She has a very upbeat and perky…Continue