Job-Hunting Tips for the Older Manager / Executive

Posted October 31st @ 31 October, 2014

Are you an over-50, unemployed executive or manager? Been looking for a new job or career for a long time? Frustrated? Think it's hopeless? Finding a new job or career, at any age, is NOT hopeless. But it does demand knowledge, exposure to employment possibilities, and a positive attitude, especially as we grow older. It means that "Yes!," not "No," must be the operative word, the word that propels us toward what we really want to do (even when we're not quite sure what that is). The ...
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Tips For Those Who Want To Teach English Overseas

Posted October 30th @ 30 October, 2014

The opportunity to teach English overseas can be a wonderful experience. Overseas work gives you the chance to see other countries and experience other cultures. Before you make a commitment to teach or work overseas, make sure you are fully informed about the country you’ll be working in, requirements for foreigners working in the country, and the documents you’ll need. You should learn all you can about the country you’ll be living in. Learning about a country’s history, culture, ...
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Ten Tips for Starting a New Job

Posted October 29th @ 29 October, 2014

Ten Tips For Starting A New Job 1.Get to know people. First meet those people in your department and then those in departments you interface with. Listen more than you talk. Ask lots of questions and get clarification if necessary so you truly understand how the office/department/business works. 2.Don’t try to change everything at once. Be open to learning •their” way before you suggest •your” way. 3.Get in synch with your bosses priorities. What are his/her expectations ...
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Healthy Living

Posted October 28th @ 28 October, 2014

When you watch TV or read magazines you get the impression that most people spend their days as lean, mean exercise fanatics who compete in triathlons, eat tofu, and drink a gallon of rain water a day. If you don’t fit this profile, you are not alone. Consider:
  • Seven out of 10 American adults don't exercise regularly, despite the proven health benefits, according to a 2002 study based on more than 68,000 interviews for the National Center for Health Statistics.
  • 80 percent of
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    The Leadership Talk As A Living Hologram

    Posted October 27th @ 27 October, 2014

    PERMISSION TO REPUBLISH: This article may be republished in newsletters and on web sites provided attribution is provided to the author, and it appears with the included copyright, resource box and live web site link. Email notice of intent to publish is appreciated but not required: mail to: brent@actionleadership.com Word count: 629 Summary: A growing number of research scientists are persuaded that the universe is not made of separate things but on a deep level is a single entity. This view ...
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    Health Benefits of Fruits and Their Relationship to the Perfect

    Posted October 27th @ 27 October, 2014

    Fruits have very little if any protein and fat. Instead, they have carbohydrates, generally fruit sugar or fructose and glucose. As Florida commercials tend to announce, fruits offer us vitamins, C and B to be exact, as well as potassium, fiber and other nutrients. While the sugar helps with maintaining blood sugar levels, vitamins and other nutrients help ward off sickness and disease, and fiber is important for waste disposal from the body. Apples – These help cleanse the system and aid ...
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    Heart Health

    Posted October 27th @ 27 October, 2014

    Heart Smart Living: Your heart is about the size of your fist and weighs approximately 1 pound. It is very strong and durable but the heart is not invincible. The incidence of heart problems is steadily declining but still relevant in our society. What can one do to possibly avoid heart problems? Glad you asked. First off let me say that I am not a doctor. The information in this article is for informational purposes only and should not be used as a substitute for the advice of a licensed ...
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