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The Fine Art of Delegation

“No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself, or to get all the credit for doing it.” --Andrew Carnagie Success in delegation is not measured by how you go about delegating, to whom you delegate, or how often you delegate. Your success will be judged by the results you . . .

The Freelancers Field Guide to Contract Work

The Freelancers Field Guide to Contract Work By Peter Ferrigan **** What is Outsourcing? **** Outsourcing is a great way to earn extra money or even a full time living. When a company outsources its work this means they are looking for people outside the company (you) to co. . .

The Gift of Failure

During this Thanksgiving holiday, we are reminded to reflect on the bounty in our lives. Most of us have jobs, family, a place we call home and food on the table, and for these things and our ability to obtain them we should be grateful. But what about those who are struggling with financial diff. . .

The Job Loss Myth

Presidential candidate John Kerry is fond of stating that “... not since Herbert Hoover has any president lost more jobs than George W. Bush.” And there is a kernel of truth to the statement; thanks to technology, jobs require less human intervention to complete. However, a larger factor in this . . .

The Management Team Section of the Business Plan - Don’t ...

Even the best new concept or existing plan will fail if executed poorly. The Management Team section of the business plan must prove to the investor why the key company personnel are eminently qualified to execute on the business model. The Management Team section should include biographies of key. . .

The Mid-Life Challenge: Make a Plan to Re-ignite Vocation...

Nobody will stop you in the hallway at work to ask if your career provides meaning and personal fulfillment. Recognizing that something’s missing in your vocational life and taking the initiative to change must come from within. Serena Williamson found a way to turn her passion — helping writer. . .

The Need for Pre-Employment Drug Testing

Employers have many reasons for requiring pre-employment drug testing. One of the most obvious reasons is that of safety. Those handling dangerous equipment or those who drive commercial vehicles have a greater chance of accidents or inflicting injury upon themselves or others if they are under t. . .

The Secret of Life Is to Get On Board

One of this year's box office hits was the movie, Polar Express. It's a wonderful story about the power of believing. It is Christmas Eve and a little boy waits in his bed hoping to hear the bells of Santa's sleigh. As he anxiously waits for the reindeer to appear, a mysterious train pull. . .

The Three Most Important Qualities in Network Marketing

Network marketing is a business and an art. With network marketing, you can make money without ever making a product and with tools you already have within yourself and your own arsenal of strengths. You can make money while you sleep, you can make money when other people make money, and you can . . .

The top ten ways to be positive in the workplace of life

Internet By BZ Riger-Hull, Certified Success Coach There is a growing volume of research that shows’ staying positive is better for your health; you can cope better with stress. It’s better for relationships; you keep from judging people and getting the bad habit of gossiping. It takes much more. . .

The Value of Career Coaching and its effect on Productivity

Athletes the world over have coaches. Yet, workers whose very livelihood depends on their ability to perform well on the job are often unaware of the merits of a career coach. Career coaching has been shown to improve productivity and lessen stress. According to a recent study conducted by the In. . .

Thinking Outside The Box - The How To

When innovators talk about thinking outside the box, they mean coming up with creative ways to solve problems - new ways to look at things. How do they do it? How can you do it too? We first have to ask what the "box" is. Then we can look at how to get outside of it. The "box" is the normal way o. . .

To Get Hired or Get Promoted, Attitude Is The Key

When you're looking to get hired or get promoted, what do you think is your most important asset? Your experience? Knowledge? Skill? Talent? While all of those are advantages that will help you achieve your goals, there's one thing that's more important than all of them combined. Your attitude! I. . .

To Stress or Not to Stress?

Today it seems that no matter who we are or what we do, we have more stress in our lives than our parents or grandparents did. There are many factors and demands that cause stress in our lives: things such as demanding careers, relationship conflicts, financial worries, health concerns, parenting. . .

Top 10 Questions to Ask in an Interview

Go to your interview well-prepared. It’s as much your interview of them as it is the other way around – show them that you have done your research and that you are really interested in the job and the organization, but that you still have a few questions that you would like answers to as well (t. . .

Top 10 Tips for Excelling at Interviews

The interview situation – after public speaking, it’s probably one of the experiences a lot of us fear most. I have a suspicion that some people might even put off job hunting for fear of the ‘interview’. Sound familiar? With good advance preparation and practice, you can turn it into a positi. . .

Top Ten Reasons to Hire a Personal Coach

Have you considered hiring a personal coach? Jack Canfield, in The Success Principles says hiring a "personal coach is one of the best-kept secrets of the successful." 1. A coach can help you clarify your vision and goals. If you have a sense that what you are doing isn’t the thing you really. . .

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