Guest Post: HIRING (1)

I love how some of us are able to take a complex and boring topic to recreate to an article that is enjoyable and informative at the same time. I have found such article at Leadershipcues and decide to share this treasure with you. Enjoy! Is hiring just an activity to fill a slot for you…

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The Day You Cried Wolf

Do you know the story on the boy who cried wolf? Etymology: from the children’s story “The Boy Who Cried Wolf,” in which a boy who was watching some sheep called for help when there was no wolf (wild animal) attacking them and then got no help when a wolf did attack the sheep because…

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Know Your Limits

Earlier this year, I gave myself a ‘push’ present by going to a rock concert. It’s was Guns n’ Roses and it was awesome. Especially when I can belt out along to all their songs. However, as the concert progress on into their second hour, I felt the strain on my back and my legs.…

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Humans Are Your Best Resources

Far too often do companies ignore the people who work for them. People who spend their days working hard and doing things they dislike are rewarded with poor treatment and neglect. Unfortunately, most countries don’t have laws that extend this far into worker’s rights. Instead, it’s up to businesses to give their employees the right…

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Writing with Passion

From time to time, I get comments from fellow readers that asked me how do I manage to write work related or career-related articles for so long and at such a frequency. This is especially when I am an active freelancer and a new mother as well. My only answer is that if you do…

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