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How To Secure Strong References Who Will Help You Land The Job – Georgina Grant

Job seekers are free to toot their own horns on résumés and cover letters. So for a slightly less subjective opinion, hiring managers may turn to candidates’ references. “The purpose of the reference, more than anything, is to judge somebody’s professionalism and behavior,” says Ryan Sutton, district president at global staffing firm Robert Half. “References … Continue reading How To Secure Strong References Who Will Help You Land The Job – Georgina Grant

Want To Climb Up The Corporate Ladder? Start Here – Shelcy V. Joseph

Leveling up in your career is a long-term game. No one gets promoted overnight. Climbing up the corporate (or entrepreneurial) ladder takes real commitment, hard work combined with strategy and most importantly, patience. Kaethe Schuster, Sales & Marketing National Account Executive at The Dow Chemical Company, can certainly speak to this. Kaethe has been with the company for 19 … Continue reading Want To Climb Up The Corporate Ladder? Start Here – Shelcy V. Joseph

There’s Something About Mary & Power of Positive Ageing – Warren Gamble

In the middle of the cafe, Mary Jaksch drops to the floor and starts doing press ups. Two middle-aged men look a bit startled over their flat whites. They would be more surprised if they knew her age or her exercise regime; they would be less surprised if they knew Mary. She was demonstrating the … Continue reading There’s Something About Mary & Power of Positive Ageing – Warren Gamble

Don’t Take Shortcuts To Automated Driving, Design Assuming The Worst Of Humans – Sam Abuelsamid

In The Art of War, the ancient Chinese general Sun Tzu said, “Know your enemy and know yourself, find naught in fear for 100 battles.” Essentially, that means if you understand your opponent as well as yourself, you will succeed. As cars become increasingly automated on the way to eventually driving themselves, we’re probably not … Continue reading Don’t Take Shortcuts To Automated Driving, Design Assuming The Worst Of Humans – Sam Abuelsamid

McDonald’s Is Spending $6 Billion To Play Catch-Up – Micheline Maynard

For years, you've been able to drive up to California Pizza Kitchen and have someone run your order out to your car. At many Panera Bread outlets, there are parking spots for people running inside to pick up mobile orders. Now, McDonald's is swiping these ideas and more from fast casual restaurants in a bid … Continue reading McDonald’s Is Spending $6 Billion To Play Catch-Up – Micheline Maynard

Aretha Franklin Had The Respect Of Billions, But Earned Mere Millions – Zack O’Malley Greenburg

Aretha Franklin passed away earlier today at age 76, leaving behind a legacy better defined in words than numbers. On Twitter, her name was the top trending item this afternoon — followed by her "Queen of Soul" moniker — as some of the world's biggest names waxed poetic on her talent and impact. "In her voice, … Continue reading Aretha Franklin Had The Respect Of Billions, But Earned Mere Millions – Zack O’Malley Greenburg

The world’s weird self-organizing economy — Our Finite World

Why is it so difficult to make accurate long-term economic forecasts for the world economy? There are many separate countries involved, each with a self-organizing economy made up of businesses, consumers, governments, and laws. These individual economies together create a single world economy, which again is self-organizing. Self-organizing economies don’t work in a convenient linear […] … Continue reading The world’s weird self-organizing economy — Our Finite World

What is in the Shadow Banking (derivative) marketplace? — Livinglies’s Weblog

  Whether the total “nominal” value is $600 Trillion as reported in the link below or $1 Quadrillion as reported elsewhere, we know only a few things and those things by themselves require intense scrutiny that the government doesn’t want to do. So the burden of the mortgage meltdown is put entirely on the backs … Continue reading What is in the Shadow Banking (derivative) marketplace? — Livinglies’s Weblog

InvisaBlend PRO – Hairdresser & Salon Training Video Course For Every One In The World

Freshen up your skills or learn something new – covering every discipline, our foundation-level training videos feature step-by-step instruction from world-leading educators. Take your talents to the next level – intermediate-level video tutorials in cutting, styling, colouring and more empower you to expand your repertoire and delight your clients. Supercharge your skills to exceed client … Continue reading InvisaBlend PRO – Hairdresser & Salon Training Video Course For Every One In The World

Senior Care 2.0 Digital Health Technologies Transforming Senior Care

The senior care market is poised for major disruption by digital health technologies, with companies developing both software and hardware solutions for people aging at home as well as those staying at retirement communities. However, while technologies have been developed, we are still "not there." Most solutions tend to be complicated and many were just … Continue reading Senior Care 2.0 Digital Health Technologies Transforming Senior Care

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