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  • soft skills are essential
    Soft Skills-Enhancing Them Can Bridge the Gap

    The recent drop in career opportunities for black Americans by gender and education appears  much higher compared to their white counterparts. Black people often face hurdles in finding a job for a variety of...

    • Posted June 30, 2020
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  • Freelance Jobs With Just a Smartphone

    Here’s an interesting idea. All this talk about working from home and freelancers working wherever they can access the Internet. But what about using a smartphone for any of those jobs. While it’s not...

    • Posted June 11, 2020
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  • Work after COVID19 will be different
    COVID-19: Return to Work – Are you ready?

    COVID-19 Returning to work: More Questions Than Answers? As we see that lockdowns in all states of the US are beginning various levels easing, we see more and more employees and consumers showing their...

    • Posted May 18, 2020
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  • This One Detail That Could Help You Get The Job

    Thanking your interviewer could make the difference. So…you’ve applied! You submitted your resume and got the call! Now you just need to pass the interview and get the job! Taking a moment for an...

    • Posted February 19, 2020
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  • Workplace Diversity and Unemployment: What to Consider Before You Quit
    Workplace Diversity and Unemployment: What to Consider Before You Quit

    When an employee decides to quit, one question they ask is “Am I still able to get my benefits?” The answer is most likely, yes.
  • Climbing the Ladder
    5 Ways That Will Lead You to Advancement in Career

    Stagnancy can make any job or any career path frustrating. We have to come up with ways to advance and motivate ourselves. This article points out a few things that every professional should do...

    • Posted June 30, 2016
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  • President Obama at Morehouse College Commencement
    No Excuse To Success

    Every person envisions their life similar to someone that has achieved success.  Kobe Bryant made $60 million and Bill Gates is worth $67 billion.  I will add my personal favorites Warren Buffet with his...

    • Posted June 14, 2013
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  • Shirley A. Jones, Esq.
    A Few Plays From LeBron’s Playbook For Everyday Employees

    LeBron James is unquestionably an NBA superstar.  He might not wear a cape like Laker’s player Dwight Howard, but he has been dubbed “King James” for his mythical, god-like basketball skills.  In fact, there...

    • Posted May 31, 2013
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  • Blacks In Govenment (BIG)
    The Power of Presentation: Effective Communication Skills for Leaders

    “The way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives.” Tony Robbins, success coach Can you think of a single profession, career, or entrepreneurial endeavor that wouldn’t require strong...

    • Posted May 8, 2013
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  • Bored at work? Photograph: Hans Neleman/zefa/Corbis
    Being Happier At Work: 5 Ways To Get You There Now

    If you feel overqualified, bored with your daily routine, or underappreciated, it might be time to talk to your boss about improving your working conditions. Talking to your boss about your future can be...

    • Posted February 1, 2013
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