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Entrepreneurial Mindset

April 24, 2010  
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Entrepreneurial Mindset

Jaime Hepp is the president of a successful marketing company that focuses on training and developing young professionals to become strong and well-rounded leaders. Current Position: President of T.A.G. Hometown: Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada Education: 2 years at University of Saskatchewan Your news source: CNN and Fox Last book you read: Your Child’s Self Esteem: Step-by-Step […]

Tips from the Top of the Career Ladder

April 3, 2010  
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Tips from the Top of the Career Ladder

One-on-one with Esther Koh, former Senior VP of GE Financial. So what do you do? I’m a financial advisor at Wealthnet Financial. I also conduct educational seminars to corporations and community organizations about retirement and estate planning. Current Position: Senior vice president Hometown: Irvine, California Education: BA in Economics and in Psychology Your news source: […]

Developing your Personal Brand

March 27, 2010  
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Developing your Personal Brand

Who are you? Tiger Woods is not who you think he is. His real name is Eldrick Tont Woods, which not many know, but that may be a good thing since he just tarnished his clean Tiger brand with some foul play. Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta is only 23, but she is a prime example […]

Proper Email Etiquette

March 20, 2010  
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Proper Email Etiquette

A brief word on styles, greetings and closings. Emails take on a personality of their own. Just as writing in ALL CAPS looks like yelling and wRiTiNg LiKe ThIs looks kiddish, writing in a proper style and choosing the right words say “I’m professional” and that you mean business. Greetings When writing professional work emails, […]

I Need a Job—Now

March 14, 2010  
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I Need a Job—Now

Getting laid off or being without a job isn’t a new thing around here. Maybe it’s been a couple of months since you’ve stopped working and you still can’t find anything. You’ve been bumming it and it’s driving you c-r-a-z-y. Well, you’re not alone. Here are a few tips and resources to get you off […]

Signs of a Bad Boss

February 28, 2010  
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Signs of a Bad Boss

(Decoding flawed management systems based on Stephen Covey’s Principle-Centered Leadership book.) He leads by intimidation and makes you anxious every time he walks by your cubicle. She micromanages and looks over your shoulder every 10 minutes. He changes your schedule last minute without prior notice, forcing you to cancel your date. She makes you do […]

Book Review: The Go-Giver

February 21, 2010  
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Book Review: The Go-Giver

By Bob Burg and John David Mann — If you’re at work, you should probably go back to what you were doing. Why? It can stunt the growth of riches, as Joe begins to learn. Joe’s the main protagonist of The Go-Giver—a smart business guide that communicates the power of giving in the guise of […]

Office Doldrums: How to Stay Motivated at Work

February 14, 2010  
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Office Doldrums: How to Stay Motivated at Work

The days of boredom or feeling burned out are finally over. After today, you don’t have to work a single day. Instead, you can fly to the Bahamas, sit on the chaise lounge next to the poolside Cabana, “drink all day, play all night and get it poppin’” because you just won the lottery. Or […]

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