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Follow Up Interviews without Bugging Employers

You know you are supposed to follow up after an interview, but you're concerned about the employer thinking you're a pest. Here are some simple guidelines to follow.

  • Kevin & Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • August 19, 2010 |
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Ways to Increase Your Income

How can you make an extra $2600 a month starting now? Dan Miller shares some ideas to get you started.

Step into the Second Half of Your Life with Passion and Purpose

If you use this time to renew your relationship with God, He'll give you passion and purpose that will make the second half of your life more fulfilling than the first.

Scholarships: How to Avoid the "Gotcha's"

If you are a student (or the parent of a student) fortunate and strong-willed enough to earn a scholarship, let me share a few thoughts on how to make the most of it...

Leaving Traditional College Behind?

Two graduates of accelerated distance learning share what students need to get out of the college box - and what every employer is looking for.

  • Shawn Cohen and Woody Robertson |
  • August 06, 2010 |
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What Would You Trade for Money?

Would you trade your daughter for a new car? Your son for a bigger house? Your spouse for a corner office? You wouldn't, would you? At least, not intentionally.

  • Judy Woodward Bates |
  • August 04, 2010 |
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Twitterdom vs. Wisdom?

I suggest that this massive addiction to information leads us away from wisdom, not toward it, creating what author Shane Hill calls “a permanent puberty of the mind.”

How to Climb Out of Your Career Rut

No young person ever says, "I want to be stuck in a career rut when I grow up," yet that is exactly where many working adults find themselves.

  • Kevin & Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • August 02, 2010 |
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Tony Dungy: From Super Bowl Coach to 'All Pro Dad'

Tony Dungy no longer needs the game-day apparel and gear of an NFL head coach, but that doesn't keep him from donning distinctively different attire when the occasion calls for it.

Confronting Entitlement

We all go through hard times and need help in those moments. But there is a difference between going through a short term crisis in which we need help and just expecting others to pay our way through life so we can hang out with our friends.

Not Just for Profit

Not all businesspeople are greedy. Too many people shun the idea of making money as evil and believe good can only be done by non-profits.

The Pressures of Executive Marriages

Spouses in executive marriages tell me there is something substantially different about their marriage. When comparing the pressures of their marriage with those of their friends' busy lives, there are additional stresses worth considering.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • July 23, 2010 |
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Watch Out for Bogus Oil Spill Jobs

Bogus ads for oil spill clean-up jobs in the Gulf are appearing in newspapers, online, and in email inboxes. Red flags for scams apply here.

Reject Mediocrity and Reach for Greatness

Our children need encouragement to reject mediocrity, especially the hidden mediocrity of spending significant time and outsized effort on things that don’t really matter.

Is Your Online Image Helping or Hurting Your Job Search?

If a prospective employer researches your name online, what will come up? If you are a job seeker, your online image can make or break your job search.

  • Kevin & Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • July 14, 2010 |
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Honoring My Wife... and Stressed Out

A reader asks founder, Dan Miller, if he should stick with the job that makes him miserable at his wife's request.

A Graduate's Critical Decision Point

Recently, college seniors graduated, started new jobs, moved into new apartments and are facing a world of new financial obligations. To those who are in debt up to their eyeballs, as well as those who've come through unscathed, I offer this unsolicited advice.

Should You "Sit Out" the Recession?

Is now a time to try something new - perhaps something you've never done before? Or should you sit out the "recession" and wait until "things get better."

How to Fulfill Your Career Potential

What are you capable of achieving in your life and career? This is an important question that often goes unasked.

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • July 02, 2010 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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