You are a success if:
You are a success if:
You have failed 100 times and get up to try the 101st time.
You fail and fail again, but realize this does not make you a failure.
It only prepares you for your ultimate success.
You make someone better every day.
You bring value to someone every day.
You do not allow others to determine your success for you.
You are not . . .
You have to have confidence in your people
When you are in charge of people, whether as a leader or as a manager there are times that you will need to show confidence in them and their abilities. Even if your people do not have confidence in themselves and their abilities, you must show them that you have confidence in them.
I once had to do this during my time in the Army. Once while . . .
No Search No Apply for Your Next Opportunity
MyUnfold, along with all of our fans and supporters, is going to change the way everyone conducts the job search. Everyone knows the job search process is need of a change – or a more accurate description is that the job search process sucks for all involved. This is about to be the year 2016 and everyone is still using 1980s tech and even . . .
As we prepare to end the year, it is never too early to start planning our success for the next year. Below are 14 things you can do to ensure your success in 2016.
Anticipate your department’s needs:
Being a reliable source for your supervisor and seeing opportunities for your department to improve are great ways to be better at your job.
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Spring 2013 Edition of the 1775. The Journal of the Adjutant General’s Corps Regimental Association
The following is an article I wrote that was published in the Spring 2013 Edition of the 1775. The Journal of the Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Association. The Adjutant General's Corps Regimental Associaton (AGCRA) is the U.S. Army equilavent of SHRM. I am posting this article on my blog in an attempt to show everyone who does . . .
For the final part of my transition blog I will cover some misc items.
One item I did that I believe assisted me was that I came up with a portfolio for my job search. The portfolio had products I had produced during my time in the Army and how those products increased operational capacity. I also included information on the companies I . . .