Can’t Fight the Feeling…Or can you?

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Do you believe your age is preventing you from getting hired? Ageism can impact anyone, regardless of their age. How do you break the cycle when this happens? The focus of this article is what you can do during an interview to address the interviewer’s underlying concerns. 

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S.A.V.O.R. The Time

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It is that time of year set aside to give thanks; as for me, it is a reminder to ALWAYS be thankful. This year I dug even deeper into my heart. Last week I attended a conference, and the keynote speaker, repeated a quote by Scott O’Neil. She quoted, “Be Where Your Feet Are,” and then asked the audience what we thought that meant and what we thought about the quote. My co-attendees responded and expounded on their thoughts but, I kept my thoughts internal and marinated on that quote for the next five days.

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Software Essentials for New Workplace Norms

JoshuaHow has the use of technology and software changed how you work? In 2016 a survey was taken, and 53% of companies use collaborative software within their organization. The survey was taken four years ago, and with the speed of society, that number keeps increasing. Collaborative software or groupware is application software designed to help people working on a common task to attain their goals. You might use collaborative software at your job, and not even realize it. Continue reading “Software Essentials for New Workplace Norms”

Development Disabilities Awareness Month

David SpearsA majority of people agree that inclusion is a major ingredient to a successful company, state department, volunteer organization…heck, in life! Inclusion is important because by definition, we are bringing various skills to the table as well as equal but diverse personality traits that work together in reaching a goal (be it professionally or personally). Continue reading “Development Disabilities Awareness Month”