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7 Stepping-stones to Career Growth and Excellence

By Steve Brunkhorst Achieving excellence in our work is an integral part of feeling genuinely satisfied in life. We want our careers or businesses to blossom, making us financially secure and content with our achievements. Here are seven stepping-stones that lead to career growth and excellence. . . .

7 Success Tips for Would-Be Telecommuters

In our increasingly busy world, it comes as no surprise that so many people seek a way to work from home. Doing so helps to reduce "unproductive" time and stresses such as commuting to the office. However, the ever-growing numbers of people seeking to telecommute means that competition for work. . .

7 things you can do to reach the success you truly desire

Internet 7 things you can do to reach the success you truly desire By BZ Riger-Hull, Certified Success Coach Ever have those days where no matter what you try life seems to be a series of one step forward and two steps back? Well today is the very best day to take charge of your life and develop. . .

7 Tips To Avoid Potential Interview Disasters

7 Tips To Avoid Potential Interview Disasters Copyright © 2005 Nathan Newberger Work Tree This career article gives you some common sense advice and tips on avoiding potential job interview disasters. There are definitely things that you can do to. . .


Making a fabulous impression on people opens doors for your business, personal, and career endeavors. People like charming people who make them feel comfortable. So, making a fantastic impression helps you get where you want to go. The basic rule to make a great impression is this: Humans cr. . .

A Career in Mortgage Banking

The American School of Mortgage Banking can teach you all there is to know about mortgage banking. They have several courses that teach you all aspects of mortgage banking. The American School of Mortgage Banking offers a variety of courses at varying times. Some are as short as a few hours, a. . .

A Career in Sports Medicine

Do you want a rewarding career that also lets you work with a lot of people? Do you enjoy sports and physical activity? Do you want to be a doctor? If you answered yes to any of these then you may be interested in a career in sports medicine. A career in sports medicine has many advantages fo. . .

A Look at Paralegal Jobs

Paralegals support lawyers by organizing the massive amounts of paperwork law offices generate, running the office smoothly, helping to draft documents and interviewing witnesses. Paralegals may work for lawyers, corporations, or government agencies. In general, a college degree is sufficient edu. . .

A Look At Some Out of the Ordinary Jobs

What do you want to be when you grow up? Chances are if you ask that question in any third grade class, your answers will include at least one fireman, one policeman, one cowboy and an assortment of other jobs that are glamorized on television and books. But there are far more jobs than those tha. . .

A Simple Effective tool to get and stay Organized

Internet A Simple Effective tool to get and stay Organized By BZ Riger-Hull, Certified Success Coach If you answer "yes" to three or more of the questions below it's a good bet you need to get your life organized and put an end to being stressed out a good deal of the ti. . .

Age-Proof Your Resume

Older job hunters fear interviews where their age cannot be concealed and where an initial response of dismay on an interviewer's face, quickly hidden, confirms their anticipation of discrimination. The mature job seeker often prefers the anonymity of mailed resumes, e-mailed inquiries, internet . . .

An Introduction to Medical Billing Jobs

Medical billing jobs are healthcare related jobs that involve working with doctors, patients, and insurance companies to make the payment of services as efficient as possible. There are large medical billing companies that pay competitive wages to those with the skills required to be an effectiv. . .

Any Job is an Honorable Job

Any Job is an Honorable JobSeeing your job as an honorable job, adds more meaning and peace to y
<P class="pn-normal"><a hrefour life. Also, seeing the honor in what you do now, creates an ideal foundation upon which a career change can be built. At fifteen, my first job was that of a waitress at a local truck stop. One day,. . .

Applying for a job in China

Working in China is very common now. Either you are sent to China by your company or you apply for a job to be stationed in China. Applying for a job in China is very common today as China gradually becomes a economic powerhouse. In fact, many Hong Kongers and Taiwanese feel. . .

Appreciation is Never Wasted.

This article may be published electronically in either your ezine or website under the provision that all copyright, contact and link information is kept in tact. We would appreciate receiving a copy for our Publishers Directory. Thank You. Word count: 710

Are You a Leader or a Manager?

President Ike Eisenhower once demonstrated the difference between leadership and management to his cabinet by putting a piece of string in a straight line on the conference table. He then asked one of the attendees to put his finger on one end of the string and push it. The string, of course, b. . .

Are You In The Wrong Job?

Are You In The Wrong Job? Copyright © 2005 Deborah Brown-Volkman, All Rights Reserved Surpass Your Dreams you happy when you come to work in the morning, or happy when it is time to go home? Do you lookforward to Friday, and then get knots in your stomach on Sunday . . .

Are you losing your edge?

Challenge for working professionals today If you are reading this, I expect you are a working professional. Let me tell you my story, when I was working as a public accountant, I did not like the fact that I had to fill out a time sheet every week, 4 times a month and 48 times per year. Each tim. . .


On your road to becoming successful (no matter what your definition of success may be) there are a number of fundamentals or principles that you must make a part of your life both personal as well as professional. I am making it my life’s mission to share with, as many people as possible the syn. . .

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