Many of us have heard the phrase “jack of all trades”. That phrase describes a person that is skilled in many trades without necessarily having one specialty. The phrase, in my opinion, has a good connotation. And thinking of Father’s Day just yesterday, I’m reminded of my Father because he was a Jack of all trades. Continue reading “Jack of Most Trades”
Veteran’s Day known as Armistice Day, was the result of a ceasefire between Allied Nations and Germany during World War I that happened on the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month. Seven months later, the Treaty of Versailles was signed and officially ended the “Great War.” In November of 1919, President Wilson designated November 11th as a day to recognize “the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory.” Years later, World War II required the greatest mobilization of U.S. troops in America’s history, which is why the name was changed to Veteran’s Day to honor all veterans from all wars. Continue reading “The Ultimate Sacrifice”
Someone once asked me what it was like growing up with my father. The first thing they want to know is how strict he was… Actually, I must admit that he wasn’t strict at all. Continue reading “Work Ethics: Lessons from a Veteran”
Soon more than 100 million people will gather around their televisions to enjoy the “spectacle” that is the Super Bowl; the culmination of months and months of hard work, dedication and sacrifice that ends with one team walking away a champion and the other team simply walking away.
Today we have some Super Bowl lessons that can be applied to a successful job search:
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