Trust is a firm belief in someone’s or something’s dependability, truth, ability, or strength. Everything in our environment is built on trust. Trust is reflected in relationships with friends, family members, co-workers, significant others, and elected political leaders. Trust can be easily broken but can take years to build, and is the foundation that connects companies, families, and friends.Continue reading “The Power of Trust”
13 Lessons to Learn Early in Life
When reflecting on life, we often ask ourselves, “If I knew then what I know now, what would I change?” It’s easier to see what we should have said or done after the fact. Regret is a part of life, but changing our mindset and listening to good advice can put some regrets in the back seat.Continue reading “13 Lessons to Learn Early in Life”
Lessons from a Father’s Child
The job search market is very competitive, especially in today’s market. Once I get a job, I work diligently to make sure that my priority is keeping that job so that I don’t have to tackle the job market again before I am ready. When I think about how I am able to maintain my employment, I always turn to the lessons that my father taught me in life before I had obtained my first job. Those lessons have carried on throughout my life and hopefully can help you as well. Continue reading “Lessons from a Father’s Child”
What are Hard Skills and Soft Skills?
So really… what is all the fuss about? Why is it so important for applicants to have both skills set: Hard and Soft Skills? How much does it really matter in the work place? I am glad you asked! But, let’s start by differentiating between the two skills sets; Hard and Soft Skills. Continue reading “What are Hard Skills and Soft Skills?”