#10 HELP ME MAKE LIFE BETTER FOR 1,000 LOWER INCOME JOB SEEKERS.

Posted May 15 2018

MY JOB SEARCH and INTERVIEWING TRAINING SESSIONS WILL GREATLY IMPROVE THEIR SKILLS RESULTING IN MEANINGFUL EMPLOYMENT, IN HALF THE TIME, COMPARED TO THE OTHER CHOICES THEY HAVE. The #1 reason job seekers aren’t offered a job isn’t because they lack the skills or qualifications…it’s because how poorly they interview. I want to and can change […]

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#9 THE GREATEST TREASURE A PERSON CAN ACQUIRE IS A GOOD NAME

Posted Aug 10 2017

Years ago, I read a story about a man who owned a lumber business in New England. It was the largest business of it’s kind anywhere on the East Coast. It was a family owned business and existed for 75 years. It employed over 100 people, many of whom worked there for more than 35 […]

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#8 THE BOY WHO ‘’SUCKED’’ AT HITTING

Posted Aug 10 2017

One day, after school, a young boy got his bat and ball and proceeded to his backyard to hit some flies. He threw the ball in the air and took a mighty swing. He missed. Not discouraged he tried again and missed. He tried a third time and missed. He tried several more times with […]

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#7 THE MAN WHO SOLD HOT DOGS

Posted Aug 6 2017

There was a man who lived by the side of the road and sold hot dogs. He was hard of hearing, so he had no radio. He had trouble seeing, so he read no newspapers or watched television. But, he sold really good hot dogs. He put signs up on the highway telling how good […]

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#6 YOUR FLAWS MAY BE A BLESSING TO OTHERS

Posted Jul 6 2017

A water bearer in India had two large pots, each hung on the ends of a pole which he carried across his neck. One of the pots had a crack in it, while the other pot was perfect and always delivered a full portion of water. At the end of the long walk from the […]

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#5 A Company’s Worst Nightmare
An Employee’s Best Outcome

Posted Jun 27 2017

  A COMPANY’S WORST NIGHTMARE Having to inform their employees, many who have been loyal team members for 20 + years, that the company is closing/downsizing and their jobs will be eliminated.   AN EMPLOYEE’S BEST OUTCOME Having confidence they will be made a job offer, for a job they will enjoy and a company […]

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#4 HOW I’M DIFFERENT

Posted Apr 25 2017

I’m not an employment/staffing agency, outplacement company, a government job career center or a social service agency that only prepares job seekers with just the basic interviewing and job search skills. The previous mentioned businesses accept their clients for who they are and coach them that way. I treat all of my clients as to […]

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#3 IT’S ALL IN HOW YOU SEE and SELL YOURSELF

Posted Aug 18 2016

A man left his apartment building to take his dog on its daily walk. The weather, that morning, was nicer than usual so the dog owner decided to take a longer walk. As he left his neighborhood he noticed something being built on a nearby corner. He approached the first workman he saw and asked…”what are you […]

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#2 Interviewing Need Not Be Stressful

Posted Aug 9 2016

  Almost everyone looking for a job feels so stressed out in their job search and the interviewing process. I’ve heard so many times and from so many job seekers… “No one will hire me because of my age.” “I’ve been unemployed for over a year. I’m ready to give up.” “There are so many […]

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#1 The Most Dangerous Myth About Leadership And Lacking Confidence

Posted Aug 9 2016

The most dangerous myth is that leaders are born – that there is a genetic factor to leadership. That’s nonsense; in fact, the opposite is true. Leaders are made rather than born. – Warren Bennis I learned many years ago that “people are far greater than any job they ever get to do.” That goes […]

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