fact or fiction

Is it a fact or is it merely fiction? Fact or Fiction explores the lesser known truths in the corporate culture of Journal.

Is College Necessary For Success?
It seems like, for many of us, we were told from the day that we were born that we had to "go to college to succeed." In high school, it's no longer good enough to consider trade school or even enroll...
Things People Don't Tell You About Going To Medical School (But Should)
When you hear that someone is hoping to go into medical school, you can't help but cheer them on. Being a doctor is a noble career choice, and it's one that is undoubtedly going to be taxing. Even tho...
Seller's Choice2 years ago
Amazon Professional Selling Plan: Is It Right For You?
If you’ve decided to start your own Amazon business, you are probably considering whether to open an individual or professional selling account. There are advantages and disadvantages to both, so Home...
Lee John2 years ago
The Story of Your Life
I’m about to expose the realities behind taking your dream of becoming an author and actually making it happen. First, the reality check...have you ever considered how much time and effort goes into writing a book? As an author of seven books I know how time consuming, brain-aching and testing it can be to develop your story line, weave twists and turns into your story to keep readers engaged so they want to keep turning pages, make your characters believable, likable, and lovable. That said, wh...
Patty Ramsen2 years ago
Feminism for Women in 1970s Finance Professions
When a group of feminists marched down to Wall Street in the 1970s they were met with something akin to apathy. There was little sympathy in the world of bulls and bears for women's liberation, partic...
Zach Foster2 years ago
What Is the Puke Point? 
If you know much about trading and investing market and stock shares, then you’ll know the “puke point” is the dark, bleak horror land that no investor ever wants to reach... but likely will eventually. At the very best, hitting the puke point means a really crappy day in the market. At worst, the puke point spells out financial ruin for traders or investors who put too many eggs in one shaky basket.