How to Improve your Listening Skills?

When attending university in France, I knew a British girl, fluent in French, but didn’t know how to pronounce the French letter “u”. It took me one afternoon to teach her how to pronounce correctly the letter “u”. For those who don’t know French, our “u” is seems to be difficult for foreigners to pronounce … foreigners tend to pronounce […]

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Free Advice On The Cheapest Online College

Most people want to better themselves in life, and it is a well-known fact that people who have a college degree have more job opportunities and receive higher wages than those who do not. Whether you are continuing your education, going back to college after a break, or looking to improve your career, then for those who do not have […]

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Importance of Interests and Hobbies in Your Job Interview

According to leading analysts and researchers in career development field there is a large number of people who like to mention their hobbies and interests in their professional resumes. The figure goes beyond 90%. The most common of these are Internet, traveling, music, friends and reading. It is an opportunity for you as well as for the interviewer to talk to […]

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Goal Setting Steps

Have you ever have that feeling when you first start a new goal, that this time it’s for real, you’re filled with excitement and motivation, that you’re unstoppable, nothing is getting in your way THIS time! How long does that feeling usually last for, for you? Why do some people give up so easy on their goals? Why can’t we […]

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Splinter (2008)

How to Write Your Movie Review Effective horror reveals the darker, uncomfortable to think about possibilities of the commonplace.  Such is the concept of Toby Wilkins’ Splinter, starring Shea Whigham, Paulo Costanzo, and Jill Wagner and depicting the gruesome possibilities of stray splinters.  When biology graduate student Seth (Paulo Costanzo) and girlfriend Polly (Jill Wagner) celebrate their anniversary with a […]

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And the Queen said “Off with their heads!”-Management Tips on Firing People

Off with their heads! And the procession moved on”. (Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland) The reaction of the Queen in Alice in Wonderland is fortunately not the typical reaction I see in women managers, especially when dealing with the sensitive issue of firing people. Generally in my many years of management experience, I find that women do a better job […]

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