Happy Friday! As the week comes to a close, I wanted to share with you a short video clip I found on YouTube which features Tom Rath; he is the author of a wonderful read — How Full is Your Bucket.
~jjjohn~ / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND You have built a home business that can now sustain you on a full-time basis. Gone are the days you spent hours door to door pitching your product or service, hoping
I completed the book Leadership and Self-Deception – getting out of the box, written by The Arbinger Institute. Overall, Leadership offered practical concepts that could be beneficial in business and on the home-front.
I’ve been on the web all day searching for clues, tips, anything that could help me to get this old windows-based program (one of my favorites, that is no longer marketed) installed on my Windows 8 computer. No such luck.
Several years ago I managed a larger scale administrative support contract, virtually. There were four companies, one contract, and we each lived in different time zones. This presentation by Swiggle reminded me of some of the challenges we endured /
In an age where we are so connected, it’s kinda funny, when we gather in a room together, an awkward feeling overshadows us — that feeling is the reality of just how disconnected we truly are. Real connections
I received an email from a military spouse who asked, what were some of the key benefits of military retirement? Reflecting back on my husband’s retirement eight years ago, I consider the following my top twelve perks for military retirees.
by: Victoria M. Parham | Career Strategist | Trainer | On-Air Personality | Blogger You have worked extremely hard to build a client base. The reason you’re able to stay in business especially in this economy, is because of loyal customers.
I spend a significant amount of time on the web researching every topic imaginable. I’m especially intrigued by changing trends in technology, our world, business, women in business, culture changes, and work/life. Last night, I found myself researching the changing business
Let’s face it, the state of the job market is questionable but the evolution of budding new industries is on a steady rise. I have said this so many times before, technology is changing how we work, live, play, and