Thanksgiving Thoughts

This Thanksgiving week I am taking extra time to be more grateful for what I have in my life and career.  I am also working on improving positivity and being conscious of any type of cynical attitude or approach I may have.  Last week I became more aware of cynicism and its negative effects through reading a […]
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Integrity Selling Quotes – Part 2

On October 30th, I wrote a blog post on my favorite quotes from the first half of Integrity Selling for the 21st Century by Ron Willingham.  I finished reading the book yesterday (for the third time) and found more insightful quotes about motivation and overcoming obstacles, as well as selling, working and leading with integrity.   In my conversations with […]
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Department of Labor September Report on Job Openings

The U.S. Labor Department announced yesterday that domestic  job openings rose by 57,000 in September to 2.48 million. A 3-month high.  While this is a positive sign that there are more job openings in the market, the report also stated that an average of 6.1 unemployed workers are competing for each job opening.  This is why the jobless […]
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Videos from Cameron-Brooks November 2009 Conference

You can visit our Facebook website and watch videos of  JMOs who attended our November 2009 Conference.  They provide advice on how to approach the Cameron-Brooks Reading Program, and Development and Preparation Program, and timing for starting your evaluation and preparation.  They also share insights about the Conference and the companies with which they interviewed.  We […]
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JMOs Key to Leading Lean Manufacturing Efforts

A timely article appeared in the USA Today on Monday, November 2, the first day of the Cameron-Brooks November, 2009 Career Conference.  The article titled “Lean Manufacturing Helps Companies Survive Recession” pointed out that manufacturing facilities that have adopted Lean Manufacturing initiatives have converted from batch processing to uninterrupted flow, and reduced waste and inventories.  […]
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