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Dedication

At this time of year, it is common to look back over recent achievements and plan ahead to how we may dedicate our time and efforts in future. 937 more words

Public Relations

This 70-Something Entrepreneur is Passionate about Eco-Friendly Packaging

Paul Tasner used to be a director of operations for a consumer products company in San Francisco – until he was fired in 2009 at age 64. 139 more words

Business

Teamwork Makes The Dream Work!

There are a great many things I have learned about teamwork during the course of this course, but I believe I must condense these learnings into three cognitive bullet points whilst expanding on them. 378 more words

Guest Blog

The One Word That Every Student Dreads Hearing: Teamwork

Group projects… teamwork… depending on other students for your grade… oh the joy! 

Every student hits the dreaded point in the school year where you have to be placed into a team in order to complete a project that will affect your grade. 484 more words

Guest Blog

Lessons Learned from an Accidental Author

By Lynne Beverly Strang, Late Blooming Entrepreneurs 

Jim Horan never expected to own a business or write a book. Much to his surprise, he ended up doing both in the second half of his life.  1,012 more words

Business

Is it Rash to Call Newspapers Dead?

I recently got a phone call from a friend whose son wants to become a newspaper reporter. She wondered whether I was willing to help her dissuade him from getting into the profession. 673 more words

Jobs

Women in oil and gas: Career advice from director, Nancy Laird

Originally from central Canada, Nancy Laird knew when she moved to Calgary, Alberta after grad school, she wanted to be part of what made the city tick. 543 more words

Trinidad Drilling