Reprinted with permission from Brian Tracy Why People Succeed or Fail Financially Parkinson’s Law is one of the best known and the most important laws of money and wealth accumulation. It was developed by English writer C. Northcote Parkinson many years ago and it explains why most people retire poor.
Arrive early Planning to arrive at an interview session early will help you to accomplish several things. First, arriving early will allow you to walk into the facility gracefully without having broken a sweat. You will have time to go to the restroom, freshen up, and get a drink of
In case you are curious about all 35,000 jobs that exist out ‘there,’ a more comprehensive listing can be found at www.bls.gov. This website reflects information from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook. Following are major areas of career focus with a listing of popular job titles
See the interview as a friendly forum View it as a conversation which centers around you; an opportunity to promote yourself. Get over the “humble” complex If you are self-conscious about promoting yourself, preface any responses to questions/probes regarding your skills, strengths, contributions, achievements, etc., with the statement, “I feel
Excerpt from Tim Koegel’s newly expanded book, The Exceptional Presenter. Dispelling the “Your either have it or you don’t” myth Some may argue that when it comes to presentation skills, “You either have it or you don’t.” Based on my two decades as a presentation coach, I respectfully and wholeheartedly
Reprinted with permission by Dr. John C. Maxwell , ‘Leadership Wired’ Successful people do not have less challenging lives than those who do not succeed. In fact, they may go through even greater challenges. What causes the separation? Successful people respond to difficulties differently. It’s easy to have a great