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Think Big #5855


T alent: Our Creator has endowed all of us not just with the ability to sing, dance or throw a ball, but with intellectual talent. Start getting in touch with that part of you that is intellectual and develop that; and think of careers that will allow you to use that.
H onesty: If you lead a clean and honest life, you don't put skeletons in the closet. If you put skeletons in the closet, they definitely will come back just when you don't want to see them and ruin your life.
I nsight: It comes from people who have already gone where you're trying to go. Learn from their triumphs and their mistakes.
N ice: If you're nice to people, then once they get over the suspicion of why you're being nice, they will be nice to you.
K nowledge: It makes you into a more valuable person. The more knowledge you have, the more people need you. It's an interesting phenomenon, but when people need you, they pay you, so you'll be okay in life.

B ooks: They are the mechanism for obtaining knowledge, as opposed to television.
I n-Depth Learning: Learn for the sake of knowledge and understanding, rather than for the sake of impressing people or taking a test.
G od: Never get too big for Him.
From the book “Think Big” By Dr Den Carson

Also:
A Second Chance
To be happy, drop the words “if only” and substitute instead the words “next time”

- Stanley Blanton, M.D.-

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Thanks to: Robert Schultz - Henderson, NV - USA. - rec.:Feb 21, 2009 - pub.:Mar 24, 2009 - sent.:Mar 27, 2009
Customer Service #240

In dealing with the public avoid eating at your desk. You should eat lunch and snacks in private. It is unprofessional to eat and serve clients at the same time during business hours. Also, if you have eaten onions or any other food with strong odors use mints or brush your teeth before attending to clients. Strong food odors are offensive to the other people around you.

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Thanks to: Steve Lemont - Biloxi - USA. - rec.:May 15, 2002 - pub.:May 19, 2002 - sent.:Aug 13, 2002
Work and Personal #5149

Want to keep your friends and be successful in business? Don't work for friends and don't have a personal relationship with a co worker. Separate your business from your home life, that way you'll spend quality time at each, family and work.

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Thanks to: Susan Kay - Gresham - USA. - rec.:Apr 7, 2007 - pub.:May 8, 2007 - sent.:Sep 13, 2007
Today's Jobhunting Statistics and Strategy #5901

Looking for a new job today is very different from looking for a job even five years ago. Here are a few statistics and tips to keep in mind when organizing your thoughts to formulate your plan.
1. 80% of new jobs today are acquired through networking.
2. You find a new job by as much as 40% faster when working with an employment coach.
3. As many as 48% of companies admit they have passed over or eliminated a candidate as a result of information they've discovered about a candidate on-line.

When looking for a new job today, "googling" yourself at least once a week is a must! Make sure your resume contains POWERFUL content, not just duties or responsibilities have a networking strategy in order and only then hit the ground running!

Happy hunting!

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Thanks to: Helen - New York - USA. - rec.:Jun 7, 2009 - pub.:Jun 8, 2009 - sent.:Jul 31, 2010
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