Over 490,000 consumer complaints to the Federal Trade Commission in 2015; a 47% increase from 2014. In 2014, 17.6 million people were affected by identity theft at a cost $15.4 billion. $15.4 billion!* Identity theft is really at pandemic levels. Identity theft is not only a fast growing white-collar crime in America; it is a… Continue reading Identity Theft Causes Chaos: 8 Secrets to Protecting Your Identity
I recently read a blog post that was designed to help freelancers find work. However, I think that some of the secrets listed can be applied to anyone looking for work. The blog post is entitled How to Get More Work as a Freelancer by d.science. If you have any other tips for finding work, be sure… Continue reading Finding and Prospecting Jobs
It is spring going into summer. It is a time to think about spring cleaning, gardens, vacations, graduations, weddings, and for some…garage sales. Aside from being a great place to find things you need at a good price, garage sales are a great way to eliminate the clutter and earn some extra cash. To maximize… Continue reading 8 Retail Marketing Techniques That Will Maximize Your Garage Sale Profits
Have you figured out yet that you cannot change the world…for the good or for the bad? If you have not, I am sorry to be the person who must give you a reality check. You cannot change the world. No one can change the world. You might argue that some people in history have… Continue reading 5 Secrets to Becoming a Leader Who Influences Change
Are you prepared for your next job interview? Will you stand out? A well put together resume and experience may not be enough.
To stand out from other applicants you must impress a potential employer with your knowledge and ability to handle yourself. This post contains four ways to plan ahead for a job interview.
When you plan accordingly for the unexpected you will impress people with how much you know about them and/or what they do, how quickly you grasp what the issues are, and how well you are able to think on your feet.
This post gets you started on being prepared for the unexpected.
Do you consider yourself a good conversationalist?
When you put the techniques in this post into practice, you will leave people saying that they were comfortable talking to you and that you put them at ease during a conversation.