Google Yourself to See What Information Is Out There!!!

BackgroundCheck.org has prepared an excellent infographic about what a person can learn by Googling himself or herself. Click the infographic for a larger version of the chart.  

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Start — Keep — Stop: A Self-Help Exercise

According to Rich Russakoff, writing for CBS Money Watch, there is an approach that we can all use to improve our analytic skills and performance: “There’s a simple exercise you can do that can rock your world. It’s called the Start — Keep — Stop exercise. Basically, it helps you clarify and define what’s important […]

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Want to Be a Leader? Dress and Act Appropriately for the Job

Do you dress for success? Consider these observations from Robin Kawakami and Allison Lichter for the Wall Street Journal: “Leaders: You know them when you see them. Leadership roles are given to people who exude ‘executive presence‘: Individuals who look and act the part, according to a 2012 report issued by the Center for Talent […]

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Life Out of the Box: A Story of Giving Back

With the holiday shopping season coming to a close, here’s a very inspirational story that highlights the spirit of “giving back.” We ALL need to think about how we can give back, too!! Life Out of the Box is a company started by two young American entrepreneurs. The firm is best described by this information […]

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