For those who are looking for work, let me sort of tell you how the process works these days. Last week, we posted a job (office admin/customer service) on Monster.com. In 24 hours, about 100 resumes came in. The ad is running two weeks so I can expect another few hundred resumes at least.
I am a college football agnostic (meaning I fall asleep if I try to watch a game). I can’t remember the last time a college football game really held my interest (well OK, it was that Boise State/Oklahoma bowl game in 2007 which by the way can never be topped). While I am largely uninterested […]
A lot of you guys ask about my health and I have not publicly said anything for a few months so here it is: my eye is healing slowly but has a long way to go. My back has done pretty well. I am pretty much pain-free and while a few lingering issues are being stubborn about disappearing, I am thankful for the progress.
Here is an interesting article I read last week. Take a moment and read it too. http://www.entrepreneur.com/video/225437 The author says some things that I believe to be true but he says them far better than me. In a nutshell, he says this: when you are chronically late, you are communicating something and everyone knows exactly […]
When you stop and think for a second, you can get a little overwhelmed by all the pitfalls and trouble your tongue can get you into. Sometimes, your speech may not be malicious. But you still need wisdom because even the most simple and innocent statement can be interpreted wrong.
In mid-2009, my family and I were on vacation in Washington DC when I made a startling discovery about my business. I realized that unless we had a very good sales day the next day, payroll checks were going to bounce.
I read somewhere that an embarrassingly high number of Americans think that their retirement is going to come from winning the lottery. Yes, they are foolish, but that kind of thinking is actually pretty prevalent in various aspects of our lives. I am guilty of it and you may be too. We all have mountains […]