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Job Searching–Keep On Keeping On!

March 26, 2015 - Patricia Morgan

  Karen felt defeated with her job search. Her resilient reserve was wearing thin. She asked, What do you do when you apply for many jobs and are told, You have wonderful qualifications but you have not experienced,’ or they say, ‘We are not hiring’? Of course it…

Building Emotional Capital – How to Maintain Enthusiastic, Engaged Employees

March 26, 2015 - Bill Hogg "Performance Excelerator"

In our current economic climate, many companies are wondering how to maintain an enthusiastic, engaged employees. Employee Recognition and Employee Engagement experts agree that recognizing employees with thank-you’s and small rewards are the foundation of all strong E…

Episode 49: Use Creativity to Produce Cash

March 26, 2015 - Shawn Casemore

In today’s podcast I ask six questions for you to consider to increase your creativity and produce more cash for your business. Show Notes — Ideas with Impact Episode 49 Welcome back to another episode of Ideas With Impact – I’m your host Shawn Casemore. In toda…

I’m optimistic that you can become more optimistic

March 24, 2015 - Rhonda Scharf

Are you a happy person? I mean, do you generally look at life optimistically, or are you more pessimistic or realistic or even—gulp—negative? If you’re not sure, you can test yourself with the glass-half-full analogy. Do you see the glass as half-full or half-empty? Or…
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