There’s one market segment of potential employees in the United States that often go unnoticed by employers, and that’s odd because this segment of future employees/people is the third largest in the nation. Continue reading “Always Unique, Totally Interesting, Sometimes Mysterious”
He, and other activists, dealt with dangerous situations, but Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had the power to move people to want more. He had the courage to speak up for equality and justice, and he had the audacity to dream big. Continue reading “I Have a Dream”
Nobody can have too many skills. Building or updating your skill-sets may be exactly what’s needed to make you more attractive to employers. Continue reading “The Gift of Grants”
If you are anything like me, as the new year starts, you spend time reflecting on what happened in the previous year – happy moments and sad; things you accomplished and those you didn’t; habits you picked up, broke, changed or improved.
This time of reflection is a great time to set up a plan for success for the coming year. Many people refer to these types of plans as New Year’s Resolutions. I personally don’t care for that term (only because I know myself). New Year’s Resolutions are those things I write down and then put in a drawer, leave in a notebook on a shelf, or lose completely.
Continue reading “One of These Days . . .”