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The Courage to Believe & Achieve
6 days ago

I'm telling you the truth..(Words of Encouragement.)

On the playing field of life you will encounter many different types of oppositions.

Some may cause you to...

No. #1. Bunt the ball so-to-speak. No. #2. Hit a foul ball, are you kidding me? No. #3. Miss the ball completely, hmm, that's strange! No. #4. Even strikeout, to say the least. Now, that's strange.

Whatever you do, don't lose your passion for the game of life. Stay alert, and well informed. Don't ever give-up by "sitting on the beach of life."

Take your best swing for that homerun in life, so, everything else can fall-in-place for you.

I Believe You Can...!

#interview #workfromhome #firstjob #jobsearch #application #resume #healthcare.

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Nurun Jahangir
17 days ago

Hi,every one, it is my experience if looking for and job 1#make sure they are hiring #2 if they hiring what is the process #3if they say go and fillupthe application on web .#4they will call you #4date fix for interviews .#5if you hired #6make orientation with traing or they will give you date for training #7start job with protocols.

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WIN WIN WAH M.B.A-Swiss
19 days ago

Working experiences for over 26 years in corporate sales, HR, Coach, training & services, Aviation, Financial & Banking industries etc…., Milestones for success throughout life #1 - For the third year in a row, it won the Best Sales Employee Award from Sedona Hotel Yangon. (2000,2001,2002) #2 – The Best Services Champion Award from AYA Bank (2019) Over15 year of training, we have successfully trained over 100,000 trainees nationwide. HR & Training, Corporate Sales, Services, Complaint Management, Talent Development & Management, Motivate Speaker for youth Club. Volunteer for Low income labors, Homeless people and underdeveloped area children (shan-state and chin-state). Project to motivate poor and out of school children to learn My top 5 points: - 1. Competition 2. Futuristic 3. Strategic 4. Achiever 5. Focus.

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J P
20 days ago

First, there is what is theory and practice in everything, for example, I have known lawyers who got the best grades to enter law school, they graduated with honors from law school, in theory, he is qualified to take a case What happens is that he prepares the case, but when he is going to argue in front of the judge, he gets nervous, his voice trembles, and he does not try to persuade the player, that is, his legal theory on paper is perfect, but he does not serve as a litigant. I know others whose qualifications are terrible, they entered the worst law school, they failed in multiple courses, and their average is fatal. In writing the theory of a case it is very, bad, but they come to court and have the virtue of the word, they have an enormous power of persuasion, and they put on a majestic show in front of a jury. In large law firms, one will be writing the legal theory and the other will be the litigated lawyer who attends the court. The reality is that in a small law firm, the two alone will have little success. You should analyze what aspects of your strengths can help marketing to sell your strengths, and you should try to get training that is reasonably useful in your weaknesses. Work with your, own list of Strengths and Weaknesses, and seek help to improve your weaknesses. #1 #2 #jobsearch #advice

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The Courage to Believe & Achieve
22 days ago

I'm telling you the truth...(Must Read w/o Fail.)

Over the years, so many people have overlooked visualization as a critical aspect to achieving their goals.

Please, don't let this happen to you.

VISUALIZATION is the art, ability and process of imagining, and/or painting a picture in your mind of seeing yourself in a position, before it comes to fruition.

As illustrated below, can you visualize yourself reporting to work on your first day?

Do this first, then everything else will fall-in-place for you

I Believe You Can...!

#interview #workfromhome #resume #jobsearch #motivation #hiringevents #advice

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about 1 month ago

Interview advice #2: When to t comes to virtual interviews. Set up your camera view your n advance. Makes sure the background is not distracting and neat. Sit back from a he camera. Make yourself the center of attention. It’s all about you.

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Yolanda Ramirez
about 1 month ago

I'm an administrative professional with over 40 yrs. experience - having worked in a variety of fields and genres. I've noticed during my job search that in addition to requiring the standard Admin. Asst. computer experience (MS Suite & Quick Books) a great deal of employers are now requiring experience for specific software - some of which I've never even heard of and I'm pretty computer software savvy and I stay abreast of new developments and changes. If a candidate has experience, is intelligent & a quick learner they can easily learn any new software during their probation period - which almost always involves some amount of training for the new job. But unfortunately, many employers don't consider this. Consequently, this has a double negative effect: #1 - it eliminates good candidates for positions they'd otherwise be qualified for & #2 - it makes positions harder to fill for the employer.

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Mary Lee
about 2 months ago

To land a job at #Kelly Education for Hillsborough County Public Schools I would make sure to...

I had worked for both Kelly Services & Hillsorough County Public Schools as a Sb in the past. It as a much lengthier process than I anticipated but it’s great having an advocate sou there ever be issues. Once I completed all the requirements, I selected a few schools close to my home. I worked the first one, then another & they were night & day… from the students to the administration. School #1 gives you a key, a booklet they give you each time with the schedule (that includes your particular planning period & lunch) a map of the campus with your assigned room, school policies & any notes for specific students with “safety plans”. Every teacher or administrator I came in contact ith always offered to help me & let me know I was appreciated there. The students were respectful (well, as respectful as middle schoolers can be, lol), eager to engage & overall a pleasure. School #2 was quite different. Over half of he students did speak ANY English (& I don’t speak Spanish). Administration gave me a key to the room & pointed on a map where it was I was to go. Even though this job was posted a couple days before, there was no lesson plan. No one, students or teachers seemed happy to be there. So I immediately changed my school preferences to just the one (& still could have worked every day). In sum- working for Kelly is great!! Being a substitute is great! If you happen to have a bad experience, try another school, there are many great ones. I got very lucky that a great one is so close to my home as I do not have my own vehicle & Uber to/from. Good luck! Happy subbing 😊!

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Tiffany K
2 months ago

So I have an appointment time of 4pm for my interview... How long should I wait before assuming it won't be happening?

2 senerios in the last week: #1... Phone interview scheduled for 1:45pm... Checked email, they were to Call Me. I waited, thinking they got hung up on a long call before me, or got busy, I waited. 2pm came and went and I got No phone call. I proceeded to email back the email I received "as a reminder" 2 hours prior to appt time. I have been ghosted and have not received a phone call or follow up email.

#2... Interview time 3ppm. I got there early as I was unsure where to go and didn't want to be late. I sat in an empty office and was able to here the interview mapping before mine. They were running behind. I sat and waited patiently for my turn. At 3:12pm I was called back for my interview. As I was being walked out after the appt, I was told that "that was an awesome interview..." I went to my car, and today received an offer from them.

But HOW LONG DO WE WAIT?

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Wayne Mitzen
4 months ago

What a silly question... this is the problem with society. They have no direction - they think having shiny rocks (the reason humans like shiny is due to water glistening on the horizon) and fancy wheels (an invention from over 5,000 years ago? Give it a break...) is the reason to have a "job". Status... Ego...

All really wrong. You do stuff for passion. I recall Harry Chapin's (the "Cat's in the Cradle" dude) parents (of which Jim Chapin was a famous drummer and teacher) telling him that if he wanted to be a kazoo player, that was OK - just be the best kazoo player.

For instance - too many parents push their kids into what they now call "STEM". These kids have no interest, I deal with them all the time

  • an example: I recently had a grad from VA Tech in my lab - #2 grad of his class. I had a mic stand adapter sitting on the bench that I'd made - 5/8 - 27 internal thread I single pointed on a lathe.

So I told this kid about it and how it was great I had a ELS (electronic lead screw) to do it...

"Cool... how do you make threads?" he asks...

I was floored - my knee jerk reaction was, "Really?"

"Nope, they never taught us that..."

So I go into the office and talk to the 3 other ME's we just hired. The one girl mentioned (from Penn State), "No, not really. The only reason I know is my father owns a CNC/machine shop"

I recall sitting outside the freshman dorm waiting for my son after he walked his girlfriend up to her room. Saw a bunch of shiny faced freshmen walking by shouting "Party!!!"

Then it came to me - K-12 is state sponsored day First four years of college are indentured servitude.

Then I recalled my son being invited to attend "Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology" - yea the one Newsweek has rated the best in the country - and getting locked in after an open house , talking to the one teacher that had been there since the beginning - since the Asst. Superintendent set it up - NOT as a "status" thing, but as a model for ALL high schools in Fairfax County, VA.

What did he talk to use about for three hours? How bad it really is. How most of the kids are there for the parents to have some cocktail party fodder about how their "... little Joey or Lisa goes to TJHS..."

PINKY!

Do things for the right reason. Read my rant here: http://www.ajawamnet.com/ajawamnet/mama_i_wanna_be_a_maker.html

where at the end it explains the reasons for REALLY doing something:

From an interview by Scott London with Stephen Mitchell: http://www.scottlondon.com/interviews/mitchell.html

"Mitchell: There's a wonderful story about that in The Second Book of the Tao. It goes like this:

Ch'ing the master woodworker carved a bell stand so intricately graceful that all who saw it were astonished. They thought that a god must have made it. The Marquis of Lu asked, "How did your art achieve something of such unearthly beauty?"

"My Lord," Ch'ing said, "I'm just a simple woodworker — I don’t know anything about art. But here’s what I can tell you. Whenever I begin to carve a bell stand, I concentrate my mind.

After three days of meditating, I no longer have any thoughts of praise or blame. After five days, I no longer have any thoughts of success or failure. After seven days, I'm not identified with a body.

All my power is focused on my task; there are no distractions. At that point, I enter the mountain forest. I examine the trees until exactly the right one appears. If I can see a bell stand inside it, the real work is done, and all I have to do is get started. Thus I harmonize inner and outer. That's why people think that my work must be superhuman."

So you ask why I stayed?

'Cause I love what I do. Most want a million dollars to stop working - I want it to start.

Like maybe figuring out how gravity really works and design something to manipulate it.

THAT's why I stay at doing what I do.

Hope that answers your question...

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