There was a little girl who lived with her parents, an older brother, and a baby sister in a small and busy town. Everyone in the neighborhood seemed busy with their lives and paid less attention to one another.
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At a certain point in her life, the little girl thought that no one cared about her because no one paid attention to her needs. All that she wanted was a friend who could talk to her and take her to places she had wished to visit.
Sometimes we have good project plans but fall short in presenting them. A poor-developed Executive Summary often leads to a project denial.
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How can we present projects to make the stakeholders buy-in? The answer lies in a well-prepared project proposal. Even though a project proposal has many parts, I am going to draw my focus to the Executive Summary. Why? The Executive Summary is the backbone of a project plan.
A good number of people think that they are secured, and it won’t happen to them. The truth is that anyone can lose a job because of numerous reasons.
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You may make a mistake that your employer may not forgive you for making it. They may be down-sizing. There are many reasons why you could lose your job. Are you prepared for when it happens?
Most of us are not prepared for that day. I was in the same bucket until I read Do Over, a book written by Jon Acuff. This book gave me the directions to take control in case this situation happens to me.
The book introduced me to what Jon calls the “Career Savings Account (CSA)”. What is Career Savings Account? Here is the equation (CSA = Relationship + Skills + Character + Hustle).
Aren’t you sure what to include on your resume? You are not alone. A good number of people drop dry when developing a resume.
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Did I think that having bullet points on a resume was the best thing? Yes, it took me some time to realize that a resume should reflect my brand and tell my career story.
Write your career story to catch an employer’s attention. People in a position to hire go through tons of resumes. Therefore, craft your resume to seize the heart of a possible employer.
Choosing the right industry requires planning. Above all, we want to work for an industry we like. Sometimes it does not seem easy to find one.
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How do you know if an industry is a good fit for you? This question is a little complex. Before you embark on the journey, find an answer to the most difficult question first.
Do you frequently find yourself off track from completing your tasks? Have you ever failed to keep up winning with a daily routine?
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How many times have you setup a goal and end up quitting before you complete it? If so, this post is for you. It will give you strategies that may help you to start winning.
Success does not magically happen; one must have an open mind and the willingness to develop and explore different ways of doing things. Undeniably, it requires self-determination and a thoughtful plan.
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Have you ever wondered why others are successful while you are not? Of course, each one of us has a dream of becoming successful. Unfortunately, we fail to recognize the effort it takes to become successful.
Imagine waking up in the morning, go to work, do tons of activities, and come home at the end of the day feeling you’ve accomplished nothing. If you’ve experienced this feeling, know that something needs to be done about it.
I used to swing it at work; starting my day with emails once I power on my laptop. I then jump into action on activities that come my way and continue like that until the end of the day.
Soccer is a game that one must start playing at an early age to grasp it. Even though critics of this game say it is not violent; it is physical and requires all players physically fit to be more competitive.
Just imagine working out at a gym for 90 minutes; how would your body feel after that? Okay, soccer is not 90 minutes non-stop; there is a 10 minutes break between the two 45 minutes halves. Playing this game has taught me some life lessons that I wouldn’t have typically learned.