May 21, 2015

5 Ways to Keep the True Meaning in Memorial Day

This weekend, we honor those men and women who died while serving our country.  While many people use this weekend as a much needed break or to celebrate the start of summer, we all have a responsibility to take time today to be sincerely grateful for those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. … Continue reading “5 Ways to Keep the True Meaning in Memorial Day”

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May 19, 2015

Answering Interview Questions Bottom Line Upfront

Several years ago, when I was in Minot, ND meeting with some AF JMOs, Susan, my wife, called me on my cell phone.  She started:  “Maeve (our daughter) fell off the monkey bars.  She took a hard landing and her arm twisted in a funny way.  She is at the hospital and has seen the … Continue reading “Answering Interview Questions Bottom Line Upfront”

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May 12, 2015

Tips on Answering “What Are Your Short and Long Term Goals?”

“How do I answer the interview question, ‘What are your short- and long-term goals?’ when I am not sure right now what I want to do for a career in business?” I wrote a blog post last year addressing this question.  I am posting again because we are still often asked the best way to … Continue reading “Tips on Answering “What Are Your Short and Long Term Goals?””

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May 7, 2015

The Right Attitude is Everything

I recently read an article entitled “Why I Regretted Hiring the Perfect Employee” by Marc Lore.  Now, I don’t know Marc nor do I typically follow his blog posts but I happened across this article and he highlighted several points that I found both interesting and enlightening.  His article discussed how he hired an employee, … Continue reading “The Right Attitude is Everything”

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