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If you want to accomplish something in life, you need a plan! In order to have a successful future, you need a ten (10) year plan! It is not just something that comes up during an interview! Successful people plan ahead and you should too. It is one of the reasons it comes up in interviews. It is a great way to improve your performance, productivity, avoid pitfalls and solve problems. What are you doing? Read More…

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Post image for Do You Plan your Resume?

Plan your resume!  This is not a trick phrase or some weird marketing strategy!  I am suggesting a new approach to very old document.  In case you never used one, a resume or CV is a document used by individuals to present their background and skills for employment.  Yes, I want you to think differently when it comes to your job search and much more. Read More…

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Post image for Four Steps to Improve your Motivation

Where do you get your motivation? Is it competition, money, awards, promotion, recognition, love, pride, goals, or achievement? In the past, it was a great interview question because it reveals so much about the candidate. It reveals what you enjoy, value and probably perform well. In school, it was grades, parents, going to college, a good job or recognition. It takes motivation to achieve your goals! Read More…

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Post image for Do You Live to Work or Work to Live?

Do you live to work or work to live? This is an important question, but rarely taken seriously! Every employer want employees who are dependable, trustworthy, and good at their jobs.. How do they measure performance? A good employee gets the job done on time. It helps when the employee is self motivated and can overcome the various obstacles and problems that undoubtedly interfere with that objective. Read More…

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Post image for What Was Your Greatest Accomplishment?

What was your greatest accomplishment? It sounds like one of the inane interview questions! Your answer is supposed demonstrate a skill that the employer is wants. Depending on your stage in life, it may relate to school, work or personal life. Your answer is not as important as why you think it is your greatest accomplishment. How does it relate to the position you are interviewing for? What do you do?  Read More…

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Post image for Liking Your Job or Professionalize the Things You Like!

We have the clothes we want, we eat the food we like, and we speak the way we choose – but we must work what we have to do! Job is the main thing in person’s life. We pass almost all our time at work. Is it an absolutely fair when we think that our job on other’s will? Give this false truth of the life a little time and concern. Just invest your valuable time in the activity you like, and you life will return your love! Read More…

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Post image for The Problem with College!

The problem with college is not how much it costs or how long it takes! Many personal financial bloggers talk about the value of going into debt for an expensive private university. The real value of a university education may or may not relate to where you go or how much you spend. In fact, it may have nothing to do with how good your grades are! What is the real value of a college education? Read More…

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What If?

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Many years ago, I used to do “what if” scenarios. As I get older, I find I reflect on my decisions much more and often do “what if” scenarios as a way to plan for the future. I think my ability to plan well helped me achieve or accomplish much more than others. After all, how do you improve your decision making or judgment if you do not reflect on your decisions? Do you reflect on your decisions?  Read More…

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Post image for Why Are Some People Successful and Others Fail?

Why do some people achieve success and others fail? The list is very long, but I will attempt to identify some of the reasons. After all, we all start out with potential and yet we never achieve success. As a teacher, I often hear reasons (excuses) why they never mastered math or passed English. The reasons range from bad teachers, no parental support or lack of skills. What is your excuse? Read More…

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Access to an education is the American way! A university education is expensive, but thanks to the internet, individual courses are free! Improving your skills should be a goal of everyone! Personal development includes activities that improve awareness and identity, develop talents and potential, build human capital and facilitate employability, enhance quality of life and contribute to the realization of dreams and aspirations. What are you doing for yourself? Read More…

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