Perhaps you’ve heard it said, “You’re never too far gone.” You smiled at the hope-filled words, but then reality struck. Could this really be true? Maybe the people who go about declaring such optimistic things haven’t hit rock bottom. Perhaps they haven’t made the mistakes you've made; they’ve never been on the edge, looking down… Continue reading Hope in the Abyss: A Book Review of LIFE REMODELED
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In the workplace, or at home, we may not always understand the decisions of others. Perhaps we find ourselves starting to wonder, “What was he or she thinking?” Instead of getting caught in negativity, extend grace. Be loving, even in situations we might not understand. By acting from a place of love, we keep our… Continue reading Workplace Confrontation
Brooke, a business person, walks into work on a brisk Monday morning. So far, she has a reasonable outlook for the day. Nothing too crazy on her schedule but enough to stay busy. As she prepares for the staff meeting, something catches her attention. The numbers from last week weren’t entered into the system, rendering… Continue reading How to Avoid the Blame Game
Whether you are heavily immersed in the business world or looking to land your first job through an effective cover letter, strong writing skills can benefit you. There are several important guidelines to consider when writing for business. In this post, we will address three keys to help you make a good impression on your… Continue reading 3 Tips for Successful Business Writing
As a former practice manager of operations, I used to conduct interviews in search of shining candidates to join our team. Some individuals made a great impression, while others did not. Using this experience, I've compiled five keys to help you prepare for your next interview. Read the full job description for which you're… Continue reading 5 Keys to a Successful Interview