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200 Most Recent Career Articles

1.   The Keys to Writing a Killer Resume Cover Letter by Gerald Penniston
    As a job seeker, you must understand the importance and value of a professional resume... Do you, however, also take stock of the importance of a well-written cover letter? Many job seekers fail to realize that a cover letter completes a resume, and both should go hand-in-hand.
    Distributed: 2013-07-24 11:15:00 | Word Count: 904 | Page Views: 1589 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
2.   Up in the Air by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    When looking for work or changing careers, go beyond researching on the internet and reading articles. Find out how you can learn from the art of listening and having a conversation.
    Distributed: 2011-07-24 08:00:00 | Word Count: 678 | Page Views: 598 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
3.   How to Write a Resume - Simple and Complex at the Same Time by Rebecca Hawkes
    Writing an effective resume is as much a creative art as it is a logical puzzle. How do you take 500-600 words and make them jump out and scream "hire me" to an employer? It's a skill that needs constant refining.
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 12:00:00 | Word Count: 438 | Page Views: 3493 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.29
4.   3 Cutting Edge Steps Show You The Real Way To Make Money Online by Ryan Parenti
    Tens of thousands of people all over the globe are quietly cashing in on what may be the only recession proof industry -- at the very least it's one of few industries maintaining consistent and enormous growth! These people... well, these are just regular folks who have decided they want some extra income and have turned to information publishing for profit (staggering profit). Here is how they do it.
    Distributed: 2010-11-16 14:45:00 | Word Count: 742 | Page Views: 2901 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.33
5.   Understanding Your 401(k), IRA and Other Pre-Tax Investments by Irene A. Majchrzak
    What does all of the bad economic news mean to you, the average investor. Well, if you are still working and contributing to your pre-tax 401(k)'s, 403(b)'s, or IRA savings your strategies for salvaging your retirement will include reviewing all of the investment options found in your 401(k), etc.
    Distributed: 2010-08-03 11:15:00 | Word Count: 1005 | Page Views: 3081 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
6.   Delivering Effective Performance Feedback - Simple Steps for Success by Andria L. Corso
    Delivering performance feedback does not need to be difficult. Follow the guidelines and feedback delivery model outlined in this article and you will create a more simple and effective process to deliver effective performance feedback.
    Distributed: 2010-04-13 11:45:00 | Word Count: 989 | Page Views: 3811 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 0.50
7.   Built-in Trust: Increase Sales Exponentially with a New Breed of Strategic Partnerships by Joseph Skursky
    Wouldn't it be nice if you could bypass the competition and get in front of hundreds of qualified prospects who are looking forward to talking with you? No cold-calling or expensive advertising. No sales calls to people who don't understand what you do or the value of it. No waiting months for people to decide whether to trust you or not. What would that do to your sales cycle? Your revenue? Your profit margins? Let's talk about a way you can accomplish this.
    Distributed: 2010-04-13 10:45:00 | Word Count: 672 | Page Views: 2255 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.00
8.   Lessons From Sport and Alan Jones by Scott Bywater
    I was flicking through the newspaper on the weekend when I came across an article about Alan Jones. The article covered a number of things, but there were a couple of things which stood out.
    Distributed: 2010-04-13 10:00:00 | Word Count: 530 | Page Views: 2093 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.00
9.   Too Much Chocolate? by Scott Bywater
    And I've heard it said that everyone is addicted to something... alcohol, drugs, sex, looking at email, other people's approval, etc. But there are good addictions too.
    Distributed: 2010-04-07 10:00:00 | Word Count: 429 | Page Views: 2282 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
10.   The Perspective of Dawn by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    For years, I have been a night owl as opposed to an early bird. I embrace beautiful sunsets, bur rarely, on purpose, strive to witness a glorious sunrise. Recently while on a Caribbean cruise, with Diane Ackerman's book in hand, I challenged myself to be an early riser to discover the beauty of sunrise rather than my standard, sunset. It was a chance to try a different perspective. And, it was rather enjoyable.
    Distributed: 2010-03-15 10:30:00 | Word Count: 560 | Page Views: 2497 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.00
11.   Life is Like Mahjongg by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    I have read all of Amy Tan's books starting with the Joy Luck Club, Kitchen God's Wife, The Hundred Secret Senses, and more. Each book carries the reader to the Far East and often, the author mentions people playing the game of Mahjongg, an ancient Chinese game of skill, strategy, and calculation with a certain amount of luck. Hmm...MahJongg... What kind of game is that?
    Distributed: 2010-03-11 15:45:00 | Word Count: 695 | Page Views: 2598 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
12.   The Top Ten Mistakes Made in Job Interviews and How to Avoid Them by Cecile Peterkin
    A job interview is your chance to shine. Now that you've been given this opportunity, it's critical that you don't waste it. Here are the top ten mistakes made in job interviews and how to avoid them.
    Distributed: 2010-03-11 12:30:00 | Word Count: 650 | Page Views: 3370 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.00
13.   The Decline and Fall of the Retirement Empire by Irene A. Majchrzak
    "I have a pension and it'll have to be enough!" As a financial Advisor over the past 10 years I have often heard this statement. It was difficult 10 years ago to explain to future retirees why this was an impossible belief to hold. 10 years ago no one would believe the changes that would occur in our world view.
    Distributed: 2010-03-10 10:45:00 | Word Count: 1317 | Page Views: 2729 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
14.   Conducting Effective Career Aspiration Discussions with Employees by Andria L. Corso
    Enhance your talent management and development programs through conducting career aspiration discussions with your employees. Find out where they want to grow their career to determine if it matches your business needs. This will enable you to differentiate your employee development to grow the future leaders of your company.
    Distributed: 2010-03-10 10:00:00 | Word Count: 690 | Page Views: 10377 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 1.50
15.   Plan Ahead: Your Personal Body Art May Carry An Unforeseen Cost by Eileen Howerton
    Over half of all tattoos that are given each year are spontaneous, and given without plan or thought. While these tattoos seemed like a great idea at the time, many young people are finding out that these tattoos are costing them more than the charge to have them put on.
    Distributed: 2010-02-25 11:15:00 | Word Count: 532 | Page Views: 2632 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
16.   New Year Still Is A Time Of Uncertainty For Economy by Barbara Wulf MS, ACC, CPCC
    As we look back on the first decade of the new millennium, we realize in many ways it was a dud and disappointment. We witnessed the World Trade Towers being toppled with senseless terrorism. We closed the decade with the toppling of the global economy that resulted in high unemployment and massive job loss for young and old, skilled and unskilled.
    Distributed: 2010-02-02 12:00:00 | Word Count: 509 | Page Views: 3017 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
17.   Women and Social Entrepreneurship -- A Growing Trend by K. MacKillop
    Many women are finding that the power and privilege that comes with successful entrepreneurship make it easier to make a difference, both financially and by promoting new ideas. Combining a for-profit business with social activism provides the best of both worlds. Women who are thinking about launching a nonprofit should consider the alternative -- Social Entrepreneurship.
    Distributed: 2010-02-02 10:45:00 | Word Count: 533 | Page Views: 1856 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 3.00
18.   How to Persuade Without Really Trying by Judy Murdoch
    Recently, the owner of a consulting practice contacted me. In the email, she said that she needed an easier, more predictable way to find ideal prospects. She had already tried a lot of different things but nothing worked. So we set up a meeting so I could learn more about her situation and whether I could help. In this article, I will share with you what "I" learned...
    Distributed: 2010-01-19 13:00:00 | Word Count: 1170 | Page Views: 2155 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 2.00
19.   PPO Vs Fee for Service Dental Practices: How to Make This Crucial Decision Wisely by Peter Gopal, Ph.D.
    Our experience is that in an ideal situation, every dentist would like to have a FFS practice, but not all dentists are suited to running a FFS practice. To make a better decision about PPO participation, compare the characteristics of a successful heavy PPO practice with those of a FFS practice.
    Distributed: 2010-01-19 12:15:00 | Word Count: 532 | Page Views: 6837 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.00
20.   Will Training and Education Requirements Become Regulation for Clinical Research Professionals? by Lisa Mazurka
    In July 2008, the Department of Health and Human Services (OHRP) asked the clinical research industry to provide public comment on whether the agency should develop regulations which would mandate education and training requirements for clinical research professionals or whether additional guidance on the topic should be provided (73 Fed. Reg. 37460). This article will review some of the specific questions OHRP requested for public comment, the public response and any action by OHRP to date.
    Distributed: 2009-12-15 14:30:00 | Word Count: 604 | Page Views: 2223 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 2.00
21.   She's After Your Money by Scott Bywater
    Who would you rather be? The guy who had just managed to inherit a tidy sum from a bank before he left and had $700,000 in the bank... but had no money and limited skill? Or the guy who had invested the last five years of his life to gain the knowledge to practice as a specialist in this country with highly sought after skills. Many people would probably say the first guy.
    Distributed: 2009-12-14 13:45:00 | Word Count: 460 | Page Views: 2257 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 0.00
22.   Government Grant Writing: Doing It Yourself by Brendon Turner
    Chances are, if you're looking for a grant to start up your small business or not-for-profit organization, you don't have the money to hire grant writers. A few will work with the promise of payment once the grant money comes in, but these are few and far between. The alternative? Do the government grant writing yourself.
    Distributed: 2009-10-27 10:48:00 | Word Count: 419 | Page Views: 2312 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.67
23.   Government Grant Programs: Why You Need an Awesome Proposal by Brendon Turner
    Government funded grants might sound too good to be true, but the fact of the matter is that there are vast numbers of government grant programs out there. There are also a lot of people looking for that grant money, so if you are going to be successful in your application, you need to know what you're doing.
    Distributed: 2009-10-22 11:00:00 | Word Count: 440 | Page Views: 2173 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 3.75
24.   Creating an Info Product That (Practically) Sells Itself by Judy Murdoch
    It's a common issue: you love your work and the clients you work with love your work too. But you wonder whether what you do will translate well if you're not doing it in person.
    Distributed: 2009-10-15 09:24:00 | Word Count: 1148 | Page Views: 1936 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 5.00
25.   Top Ten Personal Habits by Laurel Vespi
    Successful people have a regular routine of daily or weekly habits that reinforce the things that are most important to them. By practicing a set of personal success habits, they maintain a positive outlook, keep focused on their priorities, have more energy, and a greater sense of satisfaction with life.
    Distributed: 2009-09-08 11:00:00 | Word Count: 427 | Page Views: 10873 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.40
26.   Answering the Question: What Makes You So Great? by Judy Murdoch
    The other day I was discussing marketing options with a client and she said something which took me completely by surprise. "Well, I guess I could be shameless and promote myself more when I'm doing a presentation but it's not like I have anything special or interesting to say..." I was surprised because this woman has singlehandedly built a very successful consulting practice and works with an impressive roster of Fortune 100 companies.
    Distributed: 2009-09-03 10:24:00 | Word Count: 946 | Page Views: 2232 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.71
27.   Hedge Your Bets With Job Loss Protection Insurance by Kyle Fitzsimmons
    Even if you believe your job to be secure in the current economic downturn, you should learn about Job Loss Protection Insurance, just in case your "secure job" gets eliminated. You should also understand what your Job Loss Protection Insurance policy will actually do for you. The time to learn what your insurance policy does and does not cover is NOT when you have lost your job and your agent tells you that your policy does not cover "that".
    Distributed: 2009-08-28 11:00:00 | Word Count: 372 | Page Views: 3500 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.33
28.   Job Searching and Staying Marketable in a Recession by Cecile Peterkin
    Job searching is never fun, nor is it something that is particularly comfortable for the majority of people out there. It can be frustrating, but ultimately, it can prove to be an extremely rewarding experience. There are additional challenges that exist, however, when it comes to job searching in a recession. Here are some helpful tips to ensure you'll be successful.
    Distributed: 2009-08-11 11:36:00 | Word Count: 507 | Page Views: 2674 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.56
29.   How to Use Personal Branding for a Competitive Edge by Cecile Peterkin
    Personal branding has proven to be a successful strategy - one that can also help you to get a competitive edge during your job search. If you want an exceptional career and to achieve your goals, learn how to use personal branding.
    Distributed: 2009-08-06 12:12:00 | Word Count: 510 | Page Views: 2105 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.00
30.   Volunteer Abroad with a Clean Conscience by Stephen Knight
    Guidance for anyone thinking of volunteering abroad who is concerned about the negative impact of air travel.
    Distributed: 2009-08-06 12:00:00 | Word Count: 923 | Page Views: 2745 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.67
31.   The Big Picture Of Pursuing A Career As A Microsoft Networking Administrator by Frank Pines
    Pursuing a career as a Microsoft Networking Administrator can be both rewarding and challenging. There is a lot to learn in preparation for your career in this field, and you must be willing to upgrade those skills every few years in order to stay up-to-date on these ever-changing technologies. Fortunately, there are many potential paths that you can take that will allow you to successfully become a Microsoft Networking Administrator. No matter which path you choose to follow, however, there are some basic skills that you must have in order to reliably handle your job.
    Distributed: 2009-07-16 11:36:00 | Word Count: 656 | Page Views: 2069 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.73
32.   The Check Point Certified Security Administrator (CCSA) Certification Will Prove Your Worth by Frank Pines
    Are you looking for a career in Information Technology? The Check Point Certified Security Administrator (CCSA) certification is a good choice to add to your credentials as a Network Security specialist. The CCSA has not only become a highly recognized and sought after credential to help you get the job, it verifies your knowledge and improves your practical application skills to help you keep the job.
    Distributed: 2009-07-15 13:12:00 | Word Count: 500 | Page Views: 3745 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 3.08
33.   Are You Considering A Career As A Microsoft Network Administrator? by Frank Pines
    Computer technology has become an essential part of every industry and sector, whether civic or commercial. The industry continues to expand its capabilities, making the continuous and smooth operation of the Information Technology (IT) department a crucial aspect of any large organization. As more computer systems run on the Microsoft platform, there is a high and growing demand for Microsoft Network Administrators.
    Distributed: 2009-07-14 13:12:00 | Word Count: 648 | Page Views: 2565 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.71
34.   The LPI Certification Is The De Facto Standard For Linux Professionals by Frank Pines
    With its certification programs, the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) has constantly raised the bar of excellence. It has continuously provided support to Linux professionals to meet the industry demands for expert skills. LPI has been acknowledged universally as a leader in providing professional help with Linux, Open Source, and Free Software.
    Distributed: 2009-07-10 15:00:00 | Word Count: 543 | Page Views: 3518 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.89
35.   How To Say No! by Carol Chanel
    We've all have had the experience where we meant to say no to someone. We knew it was going to be difficult but we were determined this time. Then next thing you know, we're saying yes. How did that happen? Why did that happen? Do you notice that the very people you mean to say no to, are the ones who seem to draw the life energy out of you?
    Distributed: 2009-07-09 10:48:00 | Word Count: 912 | Page Views: 2933 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 3.08
36.   Are Your Decisions Crushing Your Spirit? by Carol Chanel
    Next time you have to make a decision about a job, a relationship, a promotion, or even a date, I want you to run the fear-based vs. trust-based test past it.
    Distributed: 2009-07-08 15:00:00 | Word Count: 829 | Page Views: 3477 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 1.38
37.   CISSP Advanced Security Certification Can Lead to a Lucrative Career for the Committed Computer Security Professional by Frank Pines
    Within months of 9/11, computer security became one of the hottest career choices in Information Technology (IT) departments around the world.
    Distributed: 2009-07-07 15:24:00 | Word Count: 623 | Page Views: 4481 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.50
38.   Schmooze To Sell by Paul Barton
    Schmooze: That's the thing to do if you want to give yourself a powerful advantage in selling your products or services -- or in selling YOU. Article explains why schmoozing works and gives real-life examples of selling success.
    Distributed: 2009-04-15 11:00:00 | Word Count: 734 | Page Views: 3718 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.60
39.   Federal Jobs Are Plentiful by Benji O. Anosike
    Think there are no job hiring anywhere in america today? Have you tried to job search in one place? Truth is, there are plenty of federal jobs with the federal government right now, with even increased worker hiring scheduled. And here's how and where!
    Distributed: 2009-02-26 15:24:00 | Word Count: 1351 | Page Views: 4116 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.63
40.   Resume Writing - Can Software Make A Difference? by David Alan Carter
    A resume builder (i.e., resume software) is simply an interactive tool to help you craft your own resume. If you can compose a straightforward sentence and follow step-by-step instructions, you can write a professional-looking resume yourself - with help from a good resume builder. But how do you find a good one?
    Distributed: 2008-12-18 11:00:00 | Word Count: 563 | Page Views: 3502 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.43
41.   Resume Writing - Can Software Make A Difference? by David Alan Carter
    A resume builder (i.e., resume software) is simply an interactive tool to help you craft your own resume. If you can compose a straightforward sentence and follow step-by-step instructions, you can write a professional-looking resume yourself - with help from a good resume builder. But how do you find a good one?
    Distributed: 2008-12-15 11:48:00 | Word Count: 563 | Page Views: 3329 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 3.00
42.   There's More to Culinary Arts Than Being a Chef by Jennifer Charleston
    Culinary arts is simply the art of cooking. Working in the field of culinary arts usually involves preparing meals which not only taste good, but look great too.
    Distributed: 2008-10-09 12:12:00 | Word Count: 797 | Page Views: 9040 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 2.78
43.   Why a Nursing Career is the Most Highly Rewarding Career You Can Choose by Jennifer Charleston
    Nursing careers provide a richly rewarding career option. If you enjoy helping people and making a difference in their lives, then nursing is a wonderful career choice for you.
    Distributed: 2008-10-06 11:12:00 | Word Count: 766 | Page Views: 19607 | Votes: 23 | Rating: 3.22
44.   Laid Off? Today Is A Brand New Day by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    A sudden job loss can be very unsettling, and it makes a person look inside in order to get perspective on their situation. I was a person that was laid off too a few years back, so I know what it is like to not have a job to go to.
    Distributed: 2008-10-02 11:36:00 | Word Count: 948 | Page Views: 3484 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.70
45.   Make Your Career Bullet Proof in a Turbulent Economy by Lois P. Frankel, Ph.D.
    With the fall of major financial institutions, increasing home foreclosures, and government bailouts, Americans have good reason to be concerned about the safety of their jobs. Bestselling author and executive coach, Dr. Lois Frankel, provides readers with ten tips for making them valued and indispensable employees.
    Distributed: 2008-10-02 11:24:00 | Word Count: 492 | Page Views: 2736 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.44
46.   How a Paralegal Career is a Shortcut for Many in the Legal Field by Jennifer Charleston
    Paralegal careers provide a large scope for diversity and variety as well as career advancement. Although an entry-level paralegal salary is not considered to be high, as time goes on and you gain experience you can become a very well paid paralegal with considerable responsibility.
    Distributed: 2008-09-30 11:24:00 | Word Count: 825 | Page Views: 4134 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 2.73
47.   Why Becoming a Pharmacist Means You Don't Have to Worry About Student Loans by Jennifer Charleston
    So you want to become a pharmacist but are not sure where to start? Unlike other careers, there really is only one way to go about becoming a pharmacist. And that is to attend a university and gain a degree. For this reason all prospective pharmacists must have fantastic study abilities as well as the commitment to see out a long six year degree.
    Distributed: 2008-09-26 11:12:00 | Word Count: 692 | Page Views: 34125 | Votes: 94 | Rating: 3.10
48.   Laid Off at Lehman? Now Is Your Chance - Taking a Step Toward A New Career by Izabella Tabarovsky
    If you are among those laid off in recent Wall Street upheaval, resist the fear sweeping the industry. Now is your chance to take stock of your life and consider what else you could do to create a truly authentic and meaningful career for yourself.
    Distributed: 2008-09-25 11:48:00 | Word Count: 671 | Page Views: 1936 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.80
49.   How to Know if You'll Make a Good Police Officer by Jennifer Charleston
    Becoming a police officer means you'll be taking on the most noble of jobs. Police officers are highly respected members of any community who risk their life daily in order to protect citizens. For this reason, becoming a police officer can be risky although very exciting. No two days are ever the same for a police officer out in the field.
    Distributed: 2008-09-24 11:12:00 | Word Count: 789 | Page Views: 15689 | Votes: 35 | Rating: 3.34
50.   Interior Designers: Dynamic Careers for Those with a Vision by Jennifer Charleston
    Interior design careers are exciting, creative and dynamic. Interior design is becoming a popular field of work due to many people now wanting to renovate their homes. This could be due to the success of home improvement TV shows, magazines and websites.
    Distributed: 2008-09-18 11:00:00 | Word Count: 818 | Page Views: 3658 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 3.25
51.   The 1, 2, 3's of Accountant Career Options by Jennifer Charleston
    An accounting career is a highly popular choice for many people. Although accounting may not be considered one of the most exciting professions, there is certainly a high sum of money to be made as an accountant. There are also many career opportunities and accounting careers options for qualified accountants.
    Distributed: 2008-09-17 11:36:00 | Word Count: 803 | Page Views: 3157 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.67
52.   Conversation: 5 Small Talk Steps To Sell YOU, Build Relationships by Paul Barton
    Article gives 5 easy steps to good conversation and explains how important conversation is in building romantic, personal, social and business relationships and selling yourself.
    Distributed: 2008-09-16 12:00:00 | Word Count: 696 | Page Views: 3151 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 1.00
53.   Setting Goals For Getting Your Dream Job by Adrian Loncarovich
    Are you miserable at work? Well, you're not alone. According to a 2007 survey conducted by The Conference Board, less than half of all Americans are happy with their jobs. For young adults below the age of 25, the numbers are even more striking: only two out of five people in this age group are satisfied with their careers.
    Distributed: 2008-09-16 11:36:00 | Word Count: 1676 | Page Views: 2388 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.17
54.   Designing Video Games: Hot Career or Just a Fad? by Jennifer Charleston
    Young technology enthusiasts often see a career as a video game designer their dream job, and it certainly can be! But is it right for you?
    Distributed: 2008-09-15 11:24:00 | Word Count: 829 | Page Views: 2901 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.18
55.   Considering a Graphic Design Career? Here's What You Absolutely Must Know by Jennifer Charleston
    Does a career as a graphic designer appeal to you? If so, you're not alone. This career path is becoming a popular one due to the fact that many students now have easy access to affordable graphic design programs at home. Many students are taking up graphic design as a hobby and then choose to later further their skill with a solid education in graphic design.
    Distributed: 2008-09-11 11:12:00 | Word Count: 832 | Page Views: 4651 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 3.30
56.   Want To Succeed In Business, Social, Personal Life? Take Good Care Of Your Personal Image. by Paul Barton
    Your personal image: It’s the most important YOU asset you own. Your personal image, the perception that people have about you, affects your success in every aspect of life - your life on the job, your social life, even your love life!
    Distributed: 2008-09-09 11:00:00 | Word Count: 709 | Page Views: 2506 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.43
57.   The Job Seeker's Guide to Finding Restaurant Positions by Julie Deane
    Although economic outlooks often appear grim when it comes to finding and keeping jobs, restaurant positions continue to be among the fastest-growing career options available today. Entertainment and service industries - especially those related to food - always do well when the rest of the world is tightening its belt. After all, people still need to eat.
    Distributed: 2008-09-02 12:12:00 | Word Count: 692 | Page Views: 1918 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.60
58.   The Rapid Job Growth of Medical Assistants by Mark Stout, BSc, MD
    Medical assisting is one of the fastest growing health care jobs. As the American and global population of western countries continues to age, this high growth of many health care jobs is expected to continue through at least the next decade andh employment is projected to grow much faster than average, ranking medical assistants among the fastest growing occupations over the 2006-16 decade. Job opportunities should be excellent, particularly for those with formal training.
    Distributed: 2008-08-14 11:24:00 | Word Count: 631 | Page Views: 4897 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.00
59.   Never Write A 'Thank You' Letter Again by Perry Maisin
    When I was in graduate school, I had a friend who interviewed at fortune 500 companies and succeeded at landing a great job. One day, I saw him sitting in the student union with a stack of cards. The cards said 'thank you'. He opened each card and signed his name. The inside of the card was blank. I asked him what he was doing and he told me that it was important to send a 'thank you' to every person you interviewed with. He believed that that was the difference between getting the job and being passed over.
    Distributed: 2008-08-12 11:48:00 | Word Count: 971 | Page Views: 12439 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 2.30
60.   How to Become a Medical Assistant by Dr. Mark Stout
    Often online medical assistant courses are so convenient that you can complete the entire program at your own pace and study all classes online at anytime around the world. Many medical assistant programs also provide online training in introductory laboratory skills and basic clinical tasks for medical assistants. Online medical assistant schools are definitely convenient, but that doesn't mean it's easier than attending a local traditional junior college or trade school.
    Distributed: 2008-07-15 12:24:00 | Word Count: 627 | Page Views: 2460 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.60
61.   Quality by Design Streamlines Pharmaceutical Manufacturing by Norm Howe
    The pharmaceutical industry wastes more than $50 billion a year in manufacturing costs according to findings of a study conducted jointly by Olin School of Business at Washington University and McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. The goal of the study was to understand how the FDA regulates pharmaceutical production and how those regulations may be inhibiting advances in manufacturing. Quality by Design ensures reduced deficiencies, quicker approvals, and improved interaction with FDA. It also allows for continuous improvements in products and manufacturing process, as well as a better understanding of how APIs and excipients affect manufacturing.
    Distributed: 2008-06-24 11:12:00 | Word Count: 453 | Page Views: 3268 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.80
62.   Online Education for Medical Assistants by Dr. Mark Stout
    Distance education is a field of education that focuses on the use of instructional systems designed to deliver education to students who are not physically on site of a school campus. Rather than attending courses in person, teachers and students may communicate at times of their own choosing by exchanging printed, electronic media or through technology that allows them to communicate in real time.
    Distributed: 2008-06-17 11:24:00 | Word Count: 550 | Page Views: 2557 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.00
63.   How to Become a Medical Assistant by Mark Stout, BSc, MD
    Many medical assistants receive informal on the job type of training while others learn the basics of a medical practice and patient care in a more formal setting such. Formal training for medical assistants may occur at a local junior college, vocational school, high school technical classes, local hospital or online distance education programs.
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64.   Online Medical Assistant Schools by Mark Stout, BSc, MD
    Medical assistants perform administrative and clinical tasks to keep the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners running smoothly. The duties of medical assistants vary from office to office, depending on the location and size of the practice and the practitioner's specialty.
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65.   Barbie Has Always Been As Color Conscious As A Florist by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The Barbie doll has long been a fashion icon for young girls. She always knows exactly what to wear for every occasion. Her color choices are impeccable. Why, Barbie is so good with colors, you'd think she was a florist!
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66.   How To Successfully Prepare For Interviews by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    A job interview is a screening tool. For you, it’s an opportunity to assess whether or not you want to work for a company. For the employer, it’s an opportunity to decide whether or not they want to hire you. Both sides are looking for a match.
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67.   Were Hilary Duff And Haylie Duff Annoyed By Each Other On The Set Of Material Girls? by Wesley Berry, AAF
    It leaves those of us who are accustomed to working with all sorts of people wondering if the sisters were annoyed by each other like so many of us have been with our coworkers. In fact, coworkers can be so irritating that NBC ran a news report devoted entirely to the habits that bug our coworkers.
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68.   What All Great Conversations Need by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Not getting what you want in your career? Maybe you are not asking effectively. Communication should be simple. You say one thing, and the other person says another. The challenge is that each person communicates differently. People listen to what is being said differently, and they interpret what they hear differently, too.
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69.   Say The Right Things During Your Job Search by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Are you doing as well at your job search as you’d like? If not, maybe the problem is the words that are coming out of your mouth.
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70.   Portland Art Show Has More Excitement Than NBA Basketball by Wesley Berry, AAF
    On October 5, 2006, Portland, Oregon hosted a competition that had all the thrills and suspense of any NBA basketball game. The competition didn't involve athletic shoes or running, but there was plenty of enthusiasm, lots of fans, and breathless suspense as viewers waited to see who would come out on top. Flowers were the star players in this game.
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71.   Lindsay Lohan's Peers May Choose Floriculture Careers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Unlike actress Lindsay Lohan, most twenty-something-year-olds are spending a great deal of time thinking about career choices. Though Lohan has been acting for many years now, friends she grew up with who are not in the entertainment business are in the midst of their college education years or are beginning jobs in the "real world." With the millions of career possibilities out there, it can be very difficult to decide which path to take. One path available to Lohan's peers is a career in the floriculture industry.
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72.   Lindsay Lohan And The Entitlement Generation Benefit From Flowers At Work by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Lindsay Lohan is well known not just for her acting ability, but also for her party girl ways. Unfortunately, it would seem the fun she has off the set occasionally affects the work she does on the set since she recently received a letter from the firm producing her latest movie, Georgia Rule, scolding her for unprofessional behavior. The letter chastised Lohan for behaving in a "discourteous, irresponsible, and unprofessional" manner, stating that she'd been late for work on several occasions and hadn't come at all on others. Many businesses that employ young people in Lohan's generation may not be all that surprised by such "bad" behavior-after all, that generation is referred to as the "entitlement generation."
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73.   Mattel's Barbie May Launch A Floriculture Career by Wesley Berry, AAF
    If Barbie should ever consider making flowers her career, there are some great educational programs and opportunities available to help get her started.
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74.   How To Get Paid More At Your Current Employer by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Getting a raise doesn't have to be difficult. Think about it this way. You work hard. You contribute a lot to the company you are working for. If getting more money is something you deserve, it's OK to ask for it.
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75.   Britney Spears' Children Enter The Floriculture Industry by Wesley Berry, AAF
    If Britney Spears is like most mothers, though her son is just a baby and her second child is still in the womb, she's probably dreaming about what they'll become when they grow up. Considering the beating she and husband Kevin Federline have taken from the press, it's likely that Spears isn't hoping her little ones follow in her footsteps to stardom. So, what do the children of wealthy pop stars grow up to be? Well, anything they set their mind to, I suppose-maybe even florists!
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76.   How To Successfully Implement A Career Plan by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    It takes work to put together a career plan. You are combining courage, vision, and the specifics of what needs to happen when. When you put these elements together, you create a workable plan that can take you from point A to point B in a powerful and focused manner.
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77.   Attention Leaders: Tired of Being in Crisis Mode by Diana Keith
    Learn why some leaders make it, yet others get left behind. Find out how to get out of crisis mode, along with six strategic success habits every leader needs to know. These are the habits that separate great leaders from their counterparts.
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78.   The Key to Success in Psychometric Tests – Personality and Aptitude by Ron Clover
    In the current job market, being invited to a job interview almost always entails taking psychometric tests. The two main elements in psychometric testing consist of – personality tests and aptitude (IQ) tests.
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79.   Floriculture Training Program Is A Good Deed Worthy Of Angelina Jolie by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Angelina Jolie is well known not just for the hit movies she stars in, but also for the wonderful charity work she's done in countries around the world
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80.   Change Your Approach by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    The working world has changed dramatically over the past couple of years. There are fewer positions and more jobs being sent overseas. It can seem like your skills need updating sooner, and that's because they do. A global economy means change happens quickly. You can't sit back anymore and hope that change will not find you; because it will.
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81.   A Career Alternative by Lisa Mazurka
    With the increasing demands in nursing today, many nurse practitioners are seeking alternative careers to utilize and compliment their current degrees. Numerous nurses are pursuing career alternatives as Clinical Research Coordinators; individuals who aid in the coordination, management and conduct of clinical research under the supervision of a designated physician/investigator.
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82.   How Proactive Networking Can Dramatically Boost Your Business by Christophe Poizat
    Do you know why most people fail at marketing anything on the Internet? Even though the products or services they are trying to sell are awesome?
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83.   Create Success-With Whatever You Have! 7 Practices for Creating What Matters Most In Life And Work by Bruce Elkin
    Seven Practices For Creating Almost Anything -- These 7 practices are no magic formula. But they will help you create outstanding results-with whatever you start with.
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84.   Make A Fresh Start In The New Year by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    The New Year is here. This means, it's a perfect time to complete the previous year and start fresh. If you haven't been passionate about your career in a while, capitalize on this time of the year to begin again.
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85.   We Were Meant to Fly by Gary Bradshaw
    I believe we were put here on this planet to soar with success, to fly to new personal heights of growth to succeed and enjoy the journey we call life.
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86.   Can We Package Inspiration? What We Give Someone Really Can Change Their Life! by Gary Bradshaw
    Ever thought about giving a gift that inspires? Sometimes all someone needs is the gift that lights the spark of inspiration. PilotJourney, a national flight school marketing company, has teamed up with over 300 flight schools nationwide to offer a $99 Discovery Flight Gift Certificate, a real flying lesson in a real airplane.
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87.   Is It Time to Sit Up Front? by Gary Bradshaw
    Are you one of those people that always ask for a window seat? Perhaps always watching the airplanes that fly overhead? As I was traveling from San Diego to Nashville on a Southwest flight I wondered how many people on my flight ever thought about being a pilot.
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88.   Ever Thought About Being A Commercial Pilot? by Gary Bradshaw
    Being a commercial pilot is not as hard as you might think, and the demand for pilots due to the growth of regional airlines and corporate aviation travel is making this a great aviation opportunity. And the demand for aviation education focused flight instructors is about to get very good.
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89.   How Did I Get Here? by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    How did you get to where you are in your career? Was it a haphazard, disconnected journey, or by a detailed plan that you have followed step-by-step? Or, maybe something in between? No matter how you got to where you are today, you have followed a path whether you have chosen it or not.
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90.   Get Traction In Your Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    There are no accidents when it comes to career achievement. If you are working towards your career goals on a consistent basis, you will reach them. It might not be in the time frame you want, but you will get there. If you are not working on your goals, or if you just work on them 'here and there,' you probably will not reach them.
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91.   Is Being An In-Home Nurse Right for You? by Craig Elliott
    In-home nursing can be extremely rewarding for the nurse that likes to create a strong relationship with a patient and who likes the freedom of making decisions on their own. However, in-home nursing is not the best job for everyone. Consider your skills and your demeanor before taking on a position such as this.
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92.   How Not To Land A Legitimate Work At Home Job.. A Resume For Disaster by Belinda Stringer
    In this article, I hope to address how to put together a successful resume that will help you to land that coveted work at home job.
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93.   Wish Upon A Star by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    If you are experiencing a slump in your career, it's because you haven't defined the next thing you want to go after. You are stuck in the day-to-day and can't see your future. You feel trapped with no way out. You can create a light at the end of the tunnel if you wish more.
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94.   Why Strangers Are Worried Your Business Is Stalking Them. by Mark Silver
    There you are at a party, and you notice someone you'd like to get to know. So, you start staring at them. And staring. And staring. You're hoping that your googly-eyed stare is communicating your interest in them. No surprise what happens next. He or she gets up, crosses the room, and whispers to the host, 'That weirdo in the corner keeps staring at me... I'm worried... is he a stalker?'
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95.   3 Ways To Feel Better At Work by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Being tired and having low energy is common in the workplace. How can it not be? You've probably been getting up early five days or more per week for years. You probably get home late from work and go to bed late. Getting eight hours of sleep at night may be a strange concept for you. Being tired is the norm and no longer the exception.
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96.   Put Your Change Of Career On Hold Now - I'll Tell You Why by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Regardless of the reason behind your career change, there are three initial steps that need to be addressed by you.
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97.   Job Etiquette Rules – How Many Do You Know? by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    There are 10 basic rules of job etiquette you need to follow when you begin a new job or transfer to a new organization with in your company. Above all, you must be prepared to...
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98.   Increasing Realtor And Mortgage Revenue by Roger Vetruba
    Using online video to add revenue for realtors and mortgage lenders.
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99.   How to Double the Capacity of Your Realty or Mortgage Practice by Roger Vetruba
    Using online video to increase referrals and streamline systems.
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100.   Solutions That Won't Stay Put by Celeste Varley
    You've just learned a new method of drawing, painting, throwing pots, or attracting positive things into your life. If it starts to lose it's shine, do you feel disappointed? 'Solutions that won't stay put' will show you how lucky you are.
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101.   Bad Choices Can Lead To Good Ones by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Your career is a series of choices. Some are good and some are not so good. But either way, you are the person doing the choosing. At times it may feel like you have no choice, or someone else is making the choices for you, but the truth is you have more power over what you choose than you think you do.
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102.   One Star that Doesn't Need to Shine: The truth behind the Order of the Eastern Star by Siobhan Gamble
    Standing firm by the side of the organization that many of us know as Freemasonry, is a woman's auxiliary which was founded in 1868 known as the Order of the Eastern Star. It is the largest Fraternal Organization in the world. Also known as the "Star", OES is only open to women with specific Masonic affiliation and men who are Master Masons.
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103.   Stop! Don't Go to Your Interview Until You Read This! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    You got the interview now what? I Have a short prep list of 10 *must embrace* tasks for you to complete prior to your 1st interview.
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104.   How To Successfully Navigate The Course Of Your Career by Terri Kelly
    It is almost impossible to reach your goals without a destination. Just like you would use a map on vacation to find your way to a new location, having a map for your career is just as important. Without an address and directions, you'll end up lost.
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105.   How To Stand Out During Interviews And Get The Job You Want by Terri Kelly
    If you want a job, a great job, you have to shine in front of perspective employers. This means making a great impression that lasts for days, weeks, or more after your interviews are over. This impression is called personal branding. Just like companies brand themselves so they can stick out from their competition, if you want your dream job, it's time for you to do the same.
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106.   Do Not Post Your Resume' Online - Until You Read This! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Do not post your résumé online until you understand exactly what you may be getting into. The Internet is a wonderful tool to utilize when and if you are looking for a job or a change of career. However, there are some consequences of putting your résumé out for the world to look at that you may not be aware of.
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107.   How Generation *R* Got It Right! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Who is generation R? I'll tell you, they are our retired mothers and fathers, and even our grandparents who were born in the 20's and 30's. Why am I writing about this generation of people?
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108.   Be Prepared For Your Exit Interview by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Deciding to change jobs was the easy part, telling you boss and going through the exit interviews is difficult and you need to be prepared.
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109.   Begin With Today by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    No matter where you are in your career, today is a brand new day. It does not matter how many jobs or gaps you have on your resume. It does not matter whether you once led a big project that failed or went nowhere. It does not matter if you tell yourself regularly that you should be somewhere else in your career rather than where you are right now. Today is a brand new day.
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110.   How To Create A Powerful Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    What's happening to you in your career? Is your job being eliminated? Is your company merging or reorganizing? Are you on your third, fourth, or fifth boss, and you don't know what is expected of you anymore?
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111.   Clothes Make a First Impression by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    How many times have you been out in the workplace and caught a glimpse of somebody who is completely underdressed for the situation. This not only happens at work, it can also be a major problem in social settings as well.
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112.   No Time To Prepare For The Job Interview? A Three-Day Countdown to Interview Success by Carole Martin
    You didn't see it coming – at least not this fast. The call came in last night and you have until Friday to prepare for that important interview – and today is Tuesday. What to do!! Don't panic. You can prepare in three days by using this step-by-step guide.
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113.   Ten Tips on Surviving Reorganization by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    How do we survive the ever-changing dynamics of the workplace related to frequent leadership changes and personnel moves? Here are my basic tips for survival.
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114.   When you can't see for looking by Celeste Varley
    The Museum of Modern Art in NY held an exhibit featuring a painting by Renoir. About 140,000 viewers came to admire this work. They all saw the sky, the sea, and the sailboat. But, not one of the 140,000 viewers noticed that the painting was hung upside down. Why not? Because we see what we expect to see. Now I don't know if this story is actually true. I heard it on a TV courtroom drama, but it certainly illustrates a truism. See how clear your vision really is in this article.
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115.   You Gotta Go Through by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Are you facing a situation in your career that you thought you'd never face? Working in a job that you are overqualified for? Reporting to a boss that doesn't get or like you? Unemployed after years of hard work? Interviewing endlessly when in the past jobs came to you?
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116.   The Salary Negotiation Dance During A Job Interview by Carole Martin
    To perform the job interview salary negotiation dance steps, you must have a good sense of balance. Knowing your value and your worth will help you feel more confident about staying in step during the salary negotiation process. The employer takes the lead and you follow, staying with the rhythm. You move together through the interview process; aware of the other, taking care not to step on one another. The salary negotiation dance is never confrontational or harsh, but smooth and in harmony.
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117.   The Music Industry -- How To Lose Money And Ruin Your Career With A Number One Hit Song? by Stan Medley
    Any career development person worth his salt, wants you to have a career that is constantly rising. The most important tool to accomplish this is survey technique. Why does your career development person do this? Because you can actually lose money and ruin your career with a poorly planned number one hit.
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118.   Making Extra Money With A Digital Camera by Aiyana Rayne
    There are quite a few of us who are relentlessly in search of ways to make extra cash. By using items that we already have and adding to it some brain power and motivation, we may surprise ourselves with some of the things we can come up with. It could be something as simple as taking a photograph.
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119.   How To Perform Well At Work by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Everything you do at work comes down to how you perform. Good performers produce results quickly and are known for getting the job done right. Poor performers complain, use a lot of excuses, and generally cannot be counted on.
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120.   Use A Mentor For Your Career Success by Cecile Peterkin
    Mentoring is a relationship that is established with someone who is an expert in their field. The mentor is usually older and more experienced than the mentee. The mentor shares their experiences, and the lessons they have learned. But the relationship benefits both the mentor and the mentee. The mentor benefits from the opportunity to strengthen their leadership skills. The mentee receives career guidance and helpful career advice to prepare for the next level in their career.
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121.   Characteristics Of A Successful Professional: A Propensity To Take Risks by Dave Kahle
    What sets the exceptional professional apart from the average? Regardless of what the profession, from sales to psychiatry, the exceptional professionals share certain characteristics. Here's one: The propensity to take risks.
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122.   How To Leave Your Job In A Powerful Way by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Have you accepted a job offer that you are excited about, but feel a bit guilty over the fact that you are leaving? Feeling conflicted about leaving a job is normal. Even though it may not have been the right job for you anymore, you still spent time there every day. You met people you liked. You had a routine you were used to. You were in familiar surroundings.
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123.   Job Interview Answers - What To Say If You Got Fired by Bob Firestone
    Have you ever been fired from a job? Use these winning job interview answers to beat this tough question and get hired into the job you want.
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124.   7 Reasons Why Getting Let Go Is Good For You by Jason Alba
    Jason Alba was laid off just 3 weeks after Christmas. This was the first time he was unemployed, and soon got to work looking for his next job. What started as a very difficult change turned out to be a positive experience, and in this article he shares why getting let go can be good for your career.
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125.   Flipping, Retailing, Leasing, Options, Short Sales? Confused By All The Strategies Out There? I Was Too! by Donna Robinson
    Many programs, seminars and boot camps on real estate teach a specific step-by-step strategy in an attempt to help newbie's learn how to become a real estate investor. I have taken such strategy based classes, and have taught them too.
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126.   Interview Attire by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    One sure-fire way to miss out on a job is to show up at an interview dressed poorly. If you do this, the hiring manager will have a bad first impression of you, and you will probably have a very difficult time overcoming it.
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127.   The Right Words To Get The Job You Want by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    A job interview is a screening tool. Employers want to know if you will fit in. They are assessing whether they like you and if you are a good match for the position.
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128.   You Give What You Get In Your Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    How do you treat the people you work with? Do you say hello in the morning or stare at something else as you walk by? Are you friendly or aloof? Are you only nice to those that you deem as necessary or can further your career?
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129.   Wife, Daughter, Sister, Mother, Entrepreneur... From the Kitchen to the Office... Facts about Women and Home-Based Businesses by Ruby River
    My years as an adolescent female were during the time when women were totally dependent upon their husbands financially and men were totally dependent on their wives domestically. This influence has had a positive and a negative impact.
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130.   Interviewing And The Electric Toothbrush by Carole Martin
    Many electric toothbrushes have a shut off mechanism that turns off the toothbrush after two minutes of brushing – which is the time that someone decided was enough teeth-brushing for any one period.
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131.   Successful Federal Resume Writing Tips by Jason Kay
    Applying for a federal job may seem a bit intimidating, due to the long list of special requirements regarding your application. One of the requirements is a resume in a certain format, known as a federal resume.
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132.   Opportunities for Teaching Internationally by Justin Burch
    Throughout the world, there are international schools looking to hire American, Canadian and British teachers. With over 900 K-12 schools in locations as diverse as China and Italy, the opportunities for teaching overseas are incredible.
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133.   Are You Really Committed To Your Career Goals? by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Are you working on your career goals or just going through the motions? Are you "in" one day and "out" the next? Are you waiting for your goals to inspire and motivate you, and then you will jump in completely?
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134.   Eight Keys to Success by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Everybody wants to achieve some level of success; whether it be in their personal life, or in the business world. Here are eight keys:
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135.   Do Not Post Your Resume' Online - Until You Read This! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Do not post your résumé online until you understand exactly what you may be getting into. The Internet is a wonderful tool to utilize when and if you are looking for a job or a change of career. However, there are some consequences of putting your résumé out for the world to look at that you may not be aware of.
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136.   Create Your Personal Success Equation! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Do you have any idea how to measure your success? I really had not thought much about how to measure my success until I was asked the same question. Some of my initial responses were money, power, paying off debts, raising children and so on. All of these are factors in what I refer to as a success equation.
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137.   Tie-Breakers For Job Hunters by Charles Dominick, SPSM
    Like it or not, there are four harsh facts about employment in today's business world: (1) no job is secure, (2) there are only a few good jobs out there, (3) there is a lot of competition for those few jobs, and (4) there will be even fewer jobs in the future.
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138.   Ten Tips on Surviving Reorganization by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    How do we survive the ever-changing dynamics of the workplace related to frequent leadership changes and personnel moves? Here are my basic tips for survival.
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139.   Seven Secrets for Writing Successful KSAs by Jason Kay
    If you have never heard of a KSA statement, you are not alone. Many Americans don't know what a KSA is, let alone how to write an answer to one. However, knowing not only what a KSA statement is, but also how to write an effect answer to one can make the difference between getting a job... and getting left in the dust.
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140.   Be Prepared for Your Exit Interview by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Deciding to change jobs was the easy part. Telling you boss and going through the exit interviews are difficult, and you need to be prepared. So you have decided to leave the company and turned in you paperwork to your manager after much thought and introspection. What you need to prepare for are the next three to four exit interview sessions.
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141.   Internet Marketing Mentor: Guiding You to the Next Step to Success by Steven Gerber
    If you need a guide in your internet profession to steer you and advice you on what you need to do, an internet mentor is for you. Being an internet marketer can mean hard work and dedication. You have to build your reputation as an internet marketer in order to make it in the internet world.
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142.   Put Your Glasses On by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Are you going through your career with blinders on? Change in your career (and your circumstances) can not take place unless you are aware of what needs to be changed. If you want a new job, you cannot get one unless you understand why you are staying in a job that no longer serves you.
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143.   Why Your Business Needs A Peer-Led MasterMind Group by Mark Silver
    There are a lot of reasons for the Big Gulp- lack of business knowledge, lack of marketing knowledge, fear of failure, financial pressures, even fear of success. Yet the Big Gulp is really about isolation and lack of support. The trouble is that while there are many different ways to get support, only certain kinds of support really work to move you forward.
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144.   Workplace Characters - Meet And Learn How To Handle Liam The Liar, The Mean Girls And Gossiping Gail by Belinda Crosbie
    A friend once said, "People don't leave their work, they leave the people they work with." Personality dynamics have a great influence on workplace satisfaction. Discover a mind, body and spirit solution to managing the Liam the Liars, Mean Girls and Gossiping Gails in your life.
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145.   Job Interview Answers --How To Uncover The Interviewer's Hidden Needs by Bob Firestone
    Don't make the mistake that your job interview is about you -- it is really about THEIR NEEDS. Learn to uncover the Hiring Manager's "hidden needs" with these 12 strategic questions so that you can formulate winning interview answers.
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146.   How to Play Santa Claus for Children--A Short Guide by Victoria McCraw
    Playing Santa Claus for children, whether as a semi professional shopping mall Santa, a charity Santa who works to cheer up less fortunate children, or even as the resident Santa at social and family gatherings, is a heartwarming and important job. Nothing can quite compare with the smile on a child's face when he or she discovers that Santa is in the room.
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147.   Your Career in 2007 – Get a Fresh Start by Cecile Peterkin
    As the New Year approaches, have you thought about your career goals? What worked to years ago in planning and managing your career will not work for your career development in the 21st Century. Managing your career in the 21st Century requires preparation, career goal planning and career guidance and ensuring that your time is directed meaningfully.
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148.   Why Technology Is Ruining Your Life! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    What am I thinking or talking about? Technology has provided our society global connectivity as well as access to a multitude of higher education and unlimited resources never dreamed of ...
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149.   Considering the Importance of Corporate Culture by Kate Smalley
    When it comes to sizing up job candidates, cultural fit is just as important to consider as qualifications.
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150.   The Freedom of Saying 'No' by Gail Solish
    We live in a fast paced world and often we believe that the way to get ahead is to take on more and more. The price we pay for doing "more" or too much is feeling overwhelmed and out of balance. "NO" is just a simple two letter word. Yet it is often the hardest word to say. The challenge is to set limits and boundaries for ourselves which requires us to learn how to say "no". Why is this so difficult?
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151.   Laughter Makes the Workplace Lighter by Gail Solish
    Did you know that the average preschooler laughs or smiles 400 times a day? That number drops to 15 by the time people are 35 yrs. old. Isn't it amazing what stress and too much responsibility can do? So who says that work always has to be serious?
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152.   The Job Interview Is Not Just About The Job Duties by Carole Martin
    "CAN HE DO THE JOB? The first item of business for an interviewer to determine is if you have the qualifications to perform the duties of the job. That is the basic part of interviewing - to determine if the qualifications and experiences fit the requirements of the position.
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153.   The Pros and Cons of Teaching Abroad by Justin Burch
    As it has been said, teaching abroad isn't for everybody. Each program you will encounter will require some prerequisites and the proper attitude, but will offer unique challenges and personal incentives to the right individual. Here is an impartial analysis of opportunities confronting both sides of the arguments you need to consider before deciding to teach abroad
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154.   Do You Love the Job You're In by Belinda Crosbie
    Do you love or loathe the work you're in? A survey asked critically ill people what they regretted most in life, their responses: not making the most of their relationships, not doing meaningful work and not playing enough. Consider your life now, are doing fulfilling work?
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155.   Make Time To Think About Your Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    Do you spend time thinking about where your career is headed, or do you wish you even had time to think about your career? Time to think about your career is crucial. Without it, you go along, more often than not, without difficulty, until the day that something happens. Then, you are left without direction or a plan...
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156.   How to Study For a Test by Susan Kruger
    How to Study for a Test: A practical action plan that will teach you how to maximize your brain's efficiency to effectively study for tests.
    Distributed: 2006-10-24 10:00:00 | Word Count: 940 | Page Views: 3351 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 2.62
157.   The Secret To Making Successful Business Connections by Kate Smalley
    If you have a hard time making successful business connections, don't despair. Anyone can be good at meeting people-if they use the right technique. The whole secret to making a positive connection is knowing how to attract people and inspire them to want to give you a chance.
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158.   Take a Leadership Role by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    If you recognize there is a situation at your company that is headed down the wrong path, step up and offer to take the lead to correct it.
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159.   Developing a 401k Strategy In The Modern Employment Market by Jason Alba
    What is the biggest pain that comes with every job search? I'm not talking about the job search itself, I'm talking about some of the typical "housekeeping" that you have to do. Is it file for unemployment? Is it refigure your budget? Is it developing a new schedule? For me, one of the biggest hassles is figuring out what to do with my 401k account.
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160.   10 Killer Job Interview Questions and Answers by Carole Martin
    Behind every interview question there is a concern or another question. Your job is to process the question thinking about what the interviewer's concern might be. In other words, why is the interviewer asking you this question?
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161.   Building and Sustaining Positive Relationships in the Workplace by Gail Solish
    It's Monday morning and you've only been at the office for a couple of hours. The phone has not stopped ringing, you've barely made a dent in your emails, there is a project deadline looming, a team meeting to lead and your boss is concerned and hassling you about the project outcome. Does any of this sound familiar to you? Does it feel overwhelming? The truth is that order to be successful, productive and less stressed, you need positive, supportive relationships at work.
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162.   Students: Increase Your Grades...Talk to Your Teachers by Susan Kruger
    Most teachers see 90-170 students everyday, so students must stand out in the crowd! Learn the benefits of making a positive impression on your teachers and simple ways to make it happen.
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163.   Positive Attitude-Good for Yourself and Others by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Having a positive attitude is not only important for yourself, it is also important to the people that you come in contact with during your daily life.
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164.   How To Get What You Want In Your Career by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    We all have something that we want in our career. Some people see potential where they work, so they want a big promotion and a large raise. Other people are ready for a change, so they want a different job or a new career. What do you want?
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165.   Lessons From Best Broadcasters by Bill Lampton Ph.D.
    We learn by watching experts in action. You learned to walk by watching your parents' steps. You learned to talk by observing how they moved their mouths. Later in life, you learned ice skating, ballet, golf, baseball pitching, dancing, driving a car and many other activities by watching people who did those activities well. In this article, we will seek to learn from broadcasters how to become better communicators.
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166.   Dream Big! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Everybody, regardless of who you are, has a dream that they want to accomplish in life. Remember, if this is your life long goal you want it to be something huge.
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167.   Interview Attire by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    It is important to remember that regardless of what kind of position you are applying for that you need to dress professionally.
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168.   Questions You Should Ask During The Job Interview by Carole Martin
    At some point, usually at the conclusion of the interview, you may be asked, "Do you have any questions?" A common answer to this question is, "No, I think you've covered everything very well." This is the wrong answer!
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169.   Can Faith and Patience Help You Save More Money? by Darlene Arechederra
    It's hard to be patient at times, isn't it? It's even more difficult when things aren't going our way. Makes us want to jump right in there and *make things happen.* But, is it a signal that perhaps we should do the very opposite instead? Should we just sit tight?
    Distributed: 2006-09-14 10:24:00 | Word Count: 787 | Page Views: 2513 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.83
170.   Steps For Defending Yourself At Work by Deborah Brown-Volkman
    From time to time, co-workers may snap at you. They do not mean it. The pressure has gotten the better of them in the moment. Understanding why co-workers snap is important. They are overworked and so are you. But, behavior that feels inappropriate, is inappropriate, and must be addressed quickly. Here are 4 tips how:
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171.   Overcome Fatigue at Work by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    A big problem in today's working world is that too many people are working long hours. This can lead to fatigue and many times burn out. This can be a big problem because fatigue can cause a decline in work production.
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172.   Conference Couples Renown Motivational Speakers With Business Development Experts Creating Ultimate Networking Experience by Aggie Kobrin
    The W.I.S.H Conference, which features legendary speakers such as Les Brown, is an all-encompassing event offering guidance in how to balance life through wealth, inspiration, self-improvement and health.
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173.   Becoming An Extraordinarily Fast Bartender - Part 2 by Jeremy B. Sherk
    As a bartender, if you can churn out drinks with minimum expenditure of time and effort... you will make ridiculous amounts of cash and have the option to work at virtually any establishment you like.
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174.   Feeling Invisible? Stop Complaining: How to ask for what you want by Kathy Gates
    I feel invisible! My kids don't listen to me, my husband doesn't listen to me. I've told my boss a dozen times about that vendor problem, but still it's the same thing. Sound familiar?
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175.   Defining Leadership by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    I challenge you to ask five different people what the definition of leadership is and see what they say.
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176.   Develop Decision Making Skills by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Everybody in the world will have to make a decision or two today. But not everybody is equipped with the same level of decision making skills.
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177.   Time Management Training: Organize Your Time With The Building Blocks of Productivity by Denise Landers
    What lessons you can learn from small children! An effective daily schedule can also be constructed with three types of blocks. How much you can pile on (your productivity) each day depends on how well you organize your time.
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178.   Ten Things You Can Do To Decrease Your Stress At The Office by Chris Le Roy
    The world we live on is nothing but a mound of chaotic pressure that is building to the point it bursts like a volcano. We are bombarded with pressure from our employers, our customers and families to the point where some people actually do break. Most of us today in professional lives spend between 8 and 16 hours a day at the office, which equates to almost two-thirds of our lives being in a place we really do not want to be in, but there are things you can do to decrease the stress in your office.
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179.   Good Memory Equals Greater Success by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    There are two important parts to your memory: concentration and recall.
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180.   The 3 Biggest Lies Of Bartending by Jeremy B. Sherk
    In my time as a bartender, I've come across what I like to call the "3 Biggest Lies of Bartending". Well, I've had great success in this industry as a bartender, and let me tell you, I got there without any of the so called "requirements" listed below, and you can too.
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181.   Can Your Online Activity Cost You A Job? by Michael Laveen
    Recent trends in the recruiting industry may harm a job hunter's chance for success. New tactics are leaving some college and high school seniors staring at a phone that never rings. Why? Now, when headhunters or employers research new candidates, they don't stop at past employers and references. Instead, they head straight to the Internet.
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182.   Tips on Writing a Powerful Resume and Cover Letter by Jance Hayes
    Whether you have a job or are prospecting one, its crucial in today's job market that your resume and cover letter are in ace shape, ready to go out the door at all times. Have you kept yours up-to-date? Is a new promotion or job omitted? Now's as good a time as any to polish it up.
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183.   Becoming An Extraordinarily Fast Bartender - Part 1 by Jeremy B. Sherk
    Your speed and efficiency behind the bar is crucial to your level of tips as well as the quality of bar you can work at... So, how does one become a faster bartender?
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184.   Avoid Constant Complainers by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Is there somebody at your place of work, or a friend of yours that does nothing but complain? Does this start to get on your nerves so much that you cannot stand to be around the person?
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185.   Put Your Change of Career on Hold Now - I'll Tell You Why by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Regardless of the reason behind your career change, there are three initial steps that need to be addressed by you.
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186.   One Way to Buy a Jet by Cory Halbardier
    How does anyone afford something so luxurious? If I were your coach, the first thing we would do is investigate your motives. The conversation might look like this:
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187.   Goal Setting-Why You Should Do It! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    The only way to ever get what you want in life is by setting goals.
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188.   The Accountable Job Search by Jason Alba
    I had never been unemployed before, but I was sure I knew what to do. I spent about ten hours a day, six days a week in my job search. I was anxious to move on to greener pastures and, in spite of the hurt from getting laid-off, I was excited to see what else the world had to offer me. Boy was I in for a big surprise!
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189.   Popcorn and Other Marketing Mistakes In a Changing Economy by Dave Kahle
    Ten years of competitive hell! That was the title on the seminar brochure I received recently. The Information Age is certainly one of the most turbulent times business people have ever seen.
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190.   Time Management - Why You Need It! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    One of the most overlooked skills in the business world is time management. Without this you will never be able to achieve your maximum level of success.
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191.   Cisco CCNA Exam Tracks by Jameson Brown
    With the latest version of the CCNA exam, Cisco offers two possible CCNA exam track options of either one or two exams.
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192.   Do Not Post Your Resume' Online - Until You Read This! by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Do not post your resume' online until you understand exactly what you may be getting into.
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193.   Online Education and the Challenge of Motivation by Timothy D. Arnold
    Getting an online education is both a very thrilling proposition and a challenging one as well. It is quite exciting to learn through a very new and non-traditional form of education and it offers a set of new challenges that would compel individuals to really immerse themselves in what they are doing.
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194.   Keeping People Motivated by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Communication, always important, but this time of year it is critical. Why, because everyone else is juggling their personal schedules as well job assignments.
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195.   Embracing The Suit: How Women Can Dress For Success by Jance Hayes
    Men wear suits day in and day out. But when it comes to career success, women are typically left staring at the clothes racks like a deer into headlights. But relax. It's not as hard as you think.
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196.   Lacking Communication Skills? Don't Worry by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Good communication skills are an essential part of anybody's life. No matter if you are in the business world or your social life, communication skills are necessary if you are to be a success.
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197.   Three 21st Century Leadership Models by Rick Johnson
    There isn't much doubt that most effective high impact leaders are driven by a model. This is true even when that effective leader doesn't take the time to define his personal unique model. A model is a tool that leaders use to predict future outcomes of current decisions; a tool that not only enhances personal creativity but encourages creativity in the minds of their employees.
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198.   Overworking Can Lead to Burnout by Kent Jacobson a.k.a. Mr. Success
    Do you feel like you are stuck in a rut and you will never get out? If you answered yes, you may be suffering from burnout.
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199.   Finding The Best Legal Jobs Online by Sandy Kassenbaum
    How serious are you in your search for legal jobs?
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200.   Access The Hidden Houston Job Market by Richard Epstein
    Searching the Houston chronicle classified jobs section is a great place to start, but please don't make the mistake of limiting your Houston job search to just the papers.
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