for the business impact nw pitch competition
Please vote for cavnessHR for the Business Impact NW pitch competition. You can vote once a day from August 25 to September 3 and you can vote once per day per IP address. The top 8 move on to the final 8 pitch competition.
First place receives $10,000.
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there is always something to do
The above video symbolizes how cavnessHR "crushed it" this past week.
One big item I believe for someone to do if they are starting a business is to continually learn. This week I did this by reading the book Angel by Jason Calacanis. www.calacanis.com The book is written from the perspective of enticing more . . .
hint - I am still looking
In my last blog, I covered my mid-point review and said in this blog I would give an update on what has been going on with cavnessHR since the beginning of the year.
I am going to change that to me using the next several blogs to provide updates on the last 6 months of cavnessHR. Once I have provided those updates. I . . .
How I have done so far in meeting my yearly goals
I have not blogged as much as I would of liked these previous months and that is something I will work on to improve. At the end of 2016, I wrote a blog post titled, "Yearly Wrap Up." In this blog I talked about my goals for 2017. In this blog I will revisit those goals and provide an update on my progress towards meeting them.. . .
and my goals for 2017
For my final blog of the year, I am going to do a recap of 2016 and talk about my goals for 2017. I plan to come to the point where I can publish an annual report like Mathias Jakobsen @thnkclrly and http://www.thnkclrly.com/ does. But I am not to that point yet.
As with most people I had my ups and downs during 2016. The . . .
and what else I have been doing
I have been quite busy since the last time I submitted a blog. That is something I intend to do on a more regular basis. I have been looking for a job that would be a fit and I have invested time and resources in my company cavnesshr.
I will go into some detail on both below.
I started my job search January 2015 and applied . . .
Why Veterans are leaving their first job.
According to a Military Times Survey from 2015, 65% of Veterans leave their first civilian job within two years and 44% leave within one year. Well, I am now part of that statistic.