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Work Is Worship


S Radha Prathi, July 25, 2015, DHNS:

The journey began with a lot of enthusiasm. Travellers revved up their memories and exercised their musical abilities. 412 more words

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5 Office Mistakes Costing Millennials the Promotion How managers are misinterpreting Millennials' approach to success in the workplace.

By J.T. O’Donnell

Founder and CEO, CareerHMO.com@jtodonnell

IMAGE: Getty Images

Now that career-minded Millennials make up 50 percent of our workplace, it’s safe to assume (like every other generation to enter the work force) they’ll want to earn promotions as quickly as possible. 321 more words

Leadership And Managment


S: Scripture – Proverbs 6:6-9

Go to the ant, O sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise.  Without having any chief,  officer, or ruler,  she prepares her bread in summer and gathers her food in harvest.    426 more words

Finding a Career you're Passionate about !

How many people do you know who seem truly passionate about their career? Sadly, your answer is probably, “Not many.” Seeing such a large portion of employed individuals who are unsatisfied with their work life can be depressing, especially for job seekers. 525 more words


7 Ways to Motivate Yourself

Here’s how to dig deep and find that discipline and desire, so your ambitions can come to life.

Seven ways to motivate yourself, so you can pick and choose the ones that work best for you: 545 more words


Always Finish What You Start

By: Bill Clark (President Of Great Plains Kubota)

From: 2015 Summer Issue of Great Plains living

I grew up in Duncan near the Chisolm Trail, which ran very close to what is now Hwy. 535 more words

The Unmatched Power of "Thank-You"

There are several aspects of appreciation that make it vital for anyone. Appreciation is motivating, humanizing, specific, empowering, and powerful.
When people thank one another, it benefits both the giver and the receiver. 137 more words

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