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Jaden Bleu9 hours ago
Give Me Vision
As an old proverb so aptly states, “Where there is no vision, the people perish…” Just as individuals require their own sense of vision for their lives; it is also important for businesses to have cle...
How to Effectively Write a Time Travel Novel: Part I
We can all agree with the words of Mr. Eggers. We all have that one book, or several, that makes us feel that way, and when it comes to writing we look up to them and how they made us feel and we can'...
Using a 'Done List'
I am sure somebody before me has had the idea to do away with their ‘To Do’ list in favour of a ‘Done List’ or whatever name they decided to give it, so I won’t claim originality for this experiment. ...
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Jaden Bleu2 days ago
Prepare for the Unexpected
“Always be prepared,” so the boy scout’s motto goes, but always being prepared for the curve balls thrown by the macro-environment is not as easy as it might sound. The macro-environment is made up of...
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Dan McGinnis3 days ago
Branding Your Business on Facebook – Proper Page Creation
Facebook is still an incredible place to market your business, your brand, your event... really anything. Successful online promotion requires a bit more than just creating a post and hoping for the b...
Amanda Bennett3 days ago
Promote Your Etsy Shop on Facebook the Right Way!
Ok, if I see one more "genuine" follow for follow post on facebook I think my head might explode. STOP IT, STOP IT, STOP IT, RIGHT NOW!!!!!! Yes, everyone knows facebook is a fantastic tool for promot...
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Dan McGinnis3 days ago
Branding Your Business on Facebook – Proper Page Creation
Facebook is still an incredible place to market your business, your brand, your event... really anything. Successful online promotion requires a bit more than just creating a post and hoping for the b...
briana kyomi12 days ago
7 Things I Learned While Working in Retail
"Hey, you, let me speak to every manager!"
Rhonda Taylor23 days ago
10 Tips for Negotiating Salary
One of the stickiest parts of any interview with a potential employer is when the time comes to talk numbers. Maybe the salary discussion begins at the first interview, maybe it happens at the second,...
Peter Ellisa month ago
Life as a Movie Extra
Even though I've bored a lot of my friends to death with this subject, there are still people in the world that do not know I'm an occasional film extra. It's unusual, especially in a quiet, stuck-in-...
Melissa Abrahama month ago
Changing Careers
I was never the type to have a five-year plan or clearly defined goals when it came to my career. I had one goal growing up which was to go to University, actively encouraged to do so by my parents al...
Yannick Taylor2 months ago
Let Your Voice Shine in Podcasting
Before a career in podcasting, I started off as a vlogger and blogger. I worked tirelessly and diligently as I would make videos and write entries to captivate one's attention. Vlogging and blogging d...
What It's Like To Be
From postal worker to film producer, what is it like to do what you do?
Home Office
A workplace watercooler for telecommuters and anyone who wears pajamas to work.
College Grads
Converse and commiserate with other newly minted adults.
How to Effectively Write a Time Travel Novel: Part I
We can all agree with the words of Mr. Eggers. We all have that one book, or several, that makes us feel that way, and when it comes to writing we look up to them and how they made us feel and we can'...
Alicia Coon4 days ago
How to Be a Good Entrepreneur
Let's start by saying that making money is hard, but it has to be done. Not only is it something everyone must do in order to survive. This money making can be quite hard and extraneous too. Money is ...
Being a Leader
I have taken many courses on leadership over the years. I have spent over a decade in sales and retail management. I have wished for a course on middle management leadership. As a retail manager you c...
Melinda Dawson4 days ago
Passion
"One day I'm going to become an author." That's what I used to tell everyone when I was going through the fourth grade. The big plan. Well, write a bunch of really cool books and be the next J. K. Row...
Paulina Pachel5 days ago
Becoming Your Own Boss from the Comfort of Your Studio Apartment
For as long as I could remember, I loved mentoring and tutoring people. It didn’t matter to me what age group they belonged to, what socio-economic class they came from, or how much they were willing ...
Letitia Payne6 days ago
Post-Grad Depression and Social Media: Let's Talk About It
Graduate life is a bit of a free-fall. Most of our lives are thoroughly structured through education up until the point we get put in those robes and the camera flash goes off. Of course, there will b...
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Jaden Bleu9 hours ago
Give Me Vision
As an old proverb so aptly states, “Where there is no vision, the people perish…” Just as individuals require their own sense of vision for their lives; it is also important for businesses to have cle...
Megan Becker6 days ago
Au Pair for Paws
I never aspired to be the founder of a dog sitting business, but that is precisely what I did at age 16. Before becoming a dog sitter and satisfying my desire for a salary, I rigorously searched for a...
Eliza Beth7 days ago
The Rise and Fall of a LuLaRoe Consultant
This is my story starting from a customer, a consultant, and then fighting my way out of the business. We have ALL heard of LuLaRoe (LLR) at this point. When I first heard of LLR it was not as common ...
SKYLERIZED 6 days ago
Reason First: The Business of the Storm
Television networks seem to savor storms. They anticipate the coming of a hurricane or tropical storm with a giddiness and a twisted glee. They know that their ratings will shoot up at the mention of ...
Travis Johnson6 days ago
This Podcast Life
When I first heard about what a podcast was around 2011, it sounded fun and a great way to express yourself. It felt as though you could have your own radio show for people to listen to. After listeni...
Ellen Mellody7 days ago
Acing the Media Interview
When media training newsmakers, one question that seems to consistently come up when preparing for a media interview is: what is the difference between speaking to a reporter on-the-record, off-the-re...
Quinn N9 days ago
8 Reasons Why You Should Write a Novel This November, Even If You're Not a Writer
November is National Novel Writing Month, and it's coming fast. 'Tis the season to coerce your creativity out of hiding and onto the page in the form of words, preferably sentences, hopefully paragrap...
Sam Jose10 days ago
Top 10 Grammar Checker Software Solutions for Writers
The demand for valuable and freshly written articles is on the rise nowadays. Now that content marketing and all sorts of blog articles are becoming a need for online business owners, companies, and o...
briana kyomi12 days ago
7 Things I Learned While Working in Retail
"Hey, you, let me speak to every manager!"
irene tijam13 days ago
The Joys of Retirement
Retirement age is defined as above 65 years old. Almost all of us find it hard to accept the fact that the retirement age is the final stage of human life. Getting old is inevitable and we cannot chan...
Rosalyn Grams19 days ago
Confessions of a Disabled Job-seeker - The One with the Call Centre
I applied for a call centre position for a very large bank in Glasgow with a horse for the logo. We were given our task feedback at the interview. I was pleased to find out that I got the highest grad...
Will Jacksona month ago
Dear Customers
Let me start this off by saying, if you think that this letter isn’t for you, it’s probably for you. I’m not about to be nice, because one thing is for sure: I’m tired. This is for every customer who ...
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Dan McGinnis3 days ago
Branding Your Business on Facebook – Proper Page Creation
Facebook is still an incredible place to market your business, your brand, your event... really anything. Successful online promotion requires a bit more than just creating a post and hoping for the b...
Angi Bartlett5 days ago
10 Steps to Creating Characters
So you've decided to write a novel. You've got the story in your head, and you're ready to write. You've put your pen to paper and you get ready to introduce your characters. Aaannnd your stuck. Just ...
TJ Neal8 days ago
Ring!!! Your Side Hustle Is Calling
Go and get your hustle on! 37% of Americans are currently engaged in a side hustle, and 51% of millennials have an occasional side hustle, according to a study by Bankrate. Looks like I am not the onl...
Tim Ellerbe II24 days ago
The Collapsing Job Market
I have a saying: Corporations paying minimum wage are basically telling employees that they would pay them less if they could legally do so. Many American workers are making minimum wage or slightly a...
Iggy Paulsen2 months ago
Why You Should Start Taking Social Security Benefits at 62
Ah, Social Security. It's a boon for all those who want to retire or just cut down on work during their old age. After paying into it for decades, every American citizen will get the change to qualify...
Antwanette Howard4 months ago
Living in Dallas, TX (Economics)
I am here to share a story about living and working in Dallas, Texas. People want to move here because they see that there are a lot of money opportunities here, but what they don't see is that it's a...
Amanda Bennett3 days ago
Promote Your Etsy Shop on Facebook the Right Way!
Ok, if I see one more "genuine" follow for follow post on facebook I think my head might explode. STOP IT, STOP IT, STOP IT, RIGHT NOW!!!!!! Yes, everyone knows facebook is a fantastic tool for promot...
Understand, Measure, and Report Social Media ROI
So if you read my last post then you’ll know that 40 percent of businesses cannot accurately measure the ROI of their social media. The following post is for the 40 percent. Let’s ensure that everyone...
Jordan Catto5 days ago
5 Steps to Grow Your Brand on Social Media
Developing an online brand, or a presence for your business seems like an easy task. You create a profile, fill in a few text boxes, upload a photo, and you're golden, right? Wrong. It can be easy to ...
Melinda Dawson8 days ago
Journey into Fantasy
Of all my current series, Araviel, was the most difficult to finally start. Before starting the book I worked tirelessly for three years to create the world, all the species, the religion, and several...
Shann Allyson14 days ago
'Wishes Upon the Stars'
I am here to expose my inner and outer most personal experiences in all life through writing my own books. Although unpublished, I do post them all on a free Android app and site called Wattpad. What ...
Deanne Adams15 days ago
Networking Nightmare II
Jane's first experience of networking had been a nightmare. Stuffed suits shoving floppy business cards into her hand and eyeing her up as their latest prospective client. She still shuddered at the m...
Sarah Martin3 days ago
So You're a Comedian? Part One
So you're a comedian? What do you really do? It's the only profession that people will question. Someone could say they are a doctor and we would just be like, "Oh wow! What do you practice?" Say that...
Top Reasons Why You Are Not Getting the Jobs You've Interviewed For
Are you wondering why you aren't landing the jobs you've been interviewed for? Are you going to interview after interview and not receiving "the call"? Are you starting to wonder if maybe you are doin...
Yazmine Howesa month ago
How to Create the Perfect CV
So, I've been handling recruitment for my company for just over a year now and here are my top tips for landing that dream job. The best way to make a good first impression is to have a brilliant CV; ...
Sarah Blain3 months ago
Fitting Room Etiquette
In my 23 years of living, I never had to work in retail. I did my fair share of shopping in department stores without knowing the other side of the retail business. I have been in continuous guilt bec...
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Summer Patterson5 months ago
10 Things You Didn't Know About Your Server/Bartender
An Insight Into the World of Restaurant Working and Workers
Mike Scruton7 months ago
The Weird and Wonderful World of the Office
In recent years I have become fascinated with the approach to work in the office environment and how we look at it differently to the shopfloor. Having worked on the shopfloor in a manufacturing envir...
SKYLERIZED 2 months ago
Why Are You Ranking: Best Defunct Websites That Paid for Content Listed from Cash Poor to Internet Wealthy
For over a decade now, the web has revolutionized lives for the good of individuals. Now, you can order pizza, a ride, transfer money, conduct video conferences with friends, and much more, all with a...
Lilli Behom 8 months ago
The Cold War: Has It Started Again or Did It Ever Actually End?
The Cold War started in 1947 between the two greatest superpowers at the time, America and the Soviet Union (USSR). Although many believe it is over, there was never a clear winner in this social, pol...
Punitive Parallels — The Genocide of Neighbors
The world has witnessed many atrocities... some worse than others. The Rwandan genocide and the Holocaust are two of the most horrific and devastating. These two acts of genocide differed in the manne...
Samuel Spencer10 months ago
9 Famous and Inspirational People Who Found Their Dream Jobs in Their 20s and Beyond
Being in your mid-20s is hell, especially if you have any kind of big dreams. As your friends start to get their dream jobs and generally settle down in houses you have no idea how they paid for, you ...
Caolinn Douglasa year ago
Sexual Harassment and Seeing Women As They Are
In light of recent reports detailing Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein's alleged acts of sexual harassment and assault, a Medium article was released advising male readers that if they are ever unsure ...
Gail Noblesa year ago
Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie is an interesting actress. I have never seen a female actress act in movies like she does. She is fun to watch and I love watching her. Angelina can do some amazing stunts. She can driv...