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God Has Been Blessing the Grinders

I started a new job yesterday. Shortly after I posted a picture of my employer’s logo on Instagram one of my best friends from college sent me a message on Facebook. 627 more words


The Broadsheet: July 29th

Good morning, Broadsheet readers. Is Silicon Valley stuck in the 1950s? Read on to see why venture capitalists could have a thing or two to learn from investors on Wall Street.


On Being a Mother

I’ve recently met a young mom in “Bloggersville” who has three special gifts from God: boy/girl seventeen-year-old twins, and a fifteen-year-old daughter. She tells us that they keep her on her toes and on her knees. 247 more words

The 17 fastest ways to get ahead in your career

Most people want to become successful as quickly as possible. The problem is, many don’t know how to go about doing it.

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Adventures in Career Hunting

I know its been a long time since I have participated in blog writing, I have been stuck in a rut. The viscous cycle of being at an unhappy job.   542 more words


It’s people that make the business work effectively...

Chris Browne, Jacky Simmonds, Kathryn Ward and Jane Ashton (pictured in this order) have been selected by The Association of Women Travel Executives (AWTE) as part of their ’60 for 60’ initiative. 813 more words

60th Anniversary

How to make your company stand out to graduates

I read a really good article yesterday entitled “Employers: Students can’t tell you apart“, which outlined why all corporates look and feel the same to prospective student employees, and therefore fail to stand out and really appeal to them. 499 more words