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Japanese PM To Make Historic First Visit To Pearl Harbor

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced on Monday that he would visit Pearl Harbor, making him the first sitting Japanese leader to visit the site where his country launched a surprise attack on the U.S. 75 years ago. In a … More » The post Japanese PM To Make Historic First Visit To Pearl Harbor appeared first on EveryJoe.

Want To Buy A Franchise? Be Prepared To Follow The Model!

Want To Buy A Franchise? Be Prepared To Follow The Model! Work It Daily If you want to go into business for yourself, maybe you should buy a franchise. If you do, you need to be prepared to follow the model! The post Want To Buy A Franchise? Be Prepared To Follow The Model! appeared first on Work It Daily.

How To Write An Achievement-Based Resume

How To Write An Achievement-Based Resume Work It Daily Job seekers have long lists of what they’ve done but not enough tangible achievements. Here's how to write an achievement-based resume. The post How To Write An Achievement-Based Resume appeared first on Work It Daily.

6 Things Recruiters Want To See On Your LinkedIn Profile

6 Things Recruiters Want To See On Your LinkedIn Profile Work It Daily Want recruiters to pay attention to you? You've got to show off the right things on your LinkedIn profile. Here are things recruiters want to see... The post 6 Things Recruiters Want To See On Your LinkedIn Profile appeared first on Work It Daily.

4 Things Interviewers Rate You On

4 Things Interviewers Rate You On Work It Daily You must understand what other areas interviewers consider when reviewing each candidate as a total package. Here are four things interviewers rate you on. The post 4 Things Interviewers Rate You On appeared first on Work It Daily.

Boy Claims That Santa Claus Fat-Shamed Him

A North Carolina boy who went to visit Santa Claus with his mother was told by the jolly Christmas character that he should “lay off the hamburgers and French fries,” reducing the 9-year-old to tears. Anthony Mayse was visiting Forest … More » The post Boy Claims That Santa Claus Fat-Shamed Him appeared first on EveryJoe.

Naval Academy To Offer “Transgender 101” And Safe Space Training

On Friday, the U.S. Naval Academy will host a workshop called “Transgender 101: Gender Identity in the Workplace” as part of its latest effort to include “Safe Space” training at the Annapolis university, The Washington Free Beacon reported. The workshop, … More » The post Naval Academy To Offer “Transgender 101” And Safe Space Training appeared first on EveryJoe.

Enormous, Humongous $42.6 Billion October Trade Deficit Is Unbalanced

The U.S. Census Bureau reported Friday that the October trade deficit rose to $42.6 billion from a enormous and humongous 36.2 billion in September. That’s a 17.8 percent increase. October exports were down $3.4 billion and imports were up $3.0 billion. The goods deficit with China also increased, hitting $28.9 billion in October. Scott Paul, […]

7 Ways to Give Your Brand a Fresh Coat of Paint

What’s one tip for refreshing my digital brand without scaring away existing customers?  The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. Show More Summary

Testing The “Impossible”: 17 Questions That Changed My Life

The following is a sample chapter from my new book, Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers. Any page numbers are from the print edition. Enjoy! Listen to it on iTunes. Stream by clicking here. Download as an MP3 by right-clicking here and choosing “save as.” —-“Whenever you find yourself on the side […]

Apple Pie, Chevrolet and Glassdoor's "Pledge To Thrive" Badge...

Glassdoor - you have to hand it to them - they know how to market their solution. Just announced at Glassdoor - a "Pledge to Thrive" badge. Here's the rundown from the Glassdoor blog: "Now, Glassdoor is partnering with Thrive...

Setting Up a Video Recording Studio

I’m working on setting up a basic home video recording studio, so I can create and share more videos with you. While I’ve done lots of speaking with live audiences, I’m fairly inexperienced when it comes to making videos, so I took a...Show More Summary

Is Your Compensation Data Reliable?

Compensation data is an essential element for organizations to competitively recruit and retain top talent. This data is used to ensure market competitiveness with employment offers to providing a foundation for complete compensation strategy reviews. Show More Summary

Getting It Done

In all of the rush to get it done, meet the deadline, finish it so you can move on to something else, it can be very easy to gloss over getting it done right. We justly shudder whenever we have failed to work with the dedication of a fine carpenter.

Reprise: Great Products

Bic Velocity ballpoint pens. [I used to love PaperMate Profiles but for ease of writing the Bic leaves them in the dust.] Moo business cards. High quality. Slick design. The Wall Street Journal: The best newspaper in the world. Moleskine notebooks. Show More Summary

Remembering Pearl Harbor

Navy Live, the official blog of the U.S. Navy, has a special report on the Pearl Harbor attack.

First Paragraph

Officially, John A. Rawlins went to Washington to carry dispatches telling how Vicksburg had been won. To be sure, the great victory spoke for itself so plainly that the written tale did not make much difference; but if the victory was clear the man who won it was not. Show More Summary

The Memorable Little

To be sure, big events are indeed remembered but those memories are often faded. The little things, actions for good or bad that were not required, are recalled in detail. I suspect that greatness is most often achieved slowly and by the accumulation of little acts. Some actions mean more because they are small.

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