Career 02 (Apr 10 - Apr 12)

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Postby winston » Thu Oct 06, 2011 6:04 pm

Is it an employment "opportunity" or bondage? Because what you really want is freedom, many of you equate working for other people as bondage.

But if you would realize that the corporation, as an entity, is not so different from the individual, it might be easier to understand the employer's decisions.

Long before the buildings or the workers, the visionary of the corporation had an idea for something that began summoning Energy. So years later maybe you are hired as a part of that team and, without realizing it, you are now the beneficiary of that continuing flowing Energy.

When you step into one of those employment positions, Life Force is summoned through you because of the vision of the founder—unless you're bucking the current.

Most get into that fast moving stream and paddle against the current—and then complain about it being a hard ride—where they could get into their canoe and easily paddle with the fast moving current.

You can soar and thrive in any environment as long as you are not seeing things that you are using as your reason to paddle against the current.

And so, it doesn't really matter what others are deciding.

The questions is: "As I am choosing to stand here, it's a way for dollars to flow through me in exchange for the effort I am offering.

Am I predominantly letting the Energy flow through me, or not? Am I letting it in?

--- Abraham

Excerpted from the workshop in Albuquerque, NM on Tuesday, August 1st, 2000 # 218

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Re: Career 02 (Apr 10 - Dec 11)

Postby winston » Thu Oct 06, 2011 10:45 pm

"What keeps so many employees back, is simply unwillingness to pay the price, to make the exertion, the effort to sacrifice their ease and comfort."
-- Orison Swett Marden
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Postby kennynah » Fri Oct 07, 2011 2:34 am

keep so many employees back from what?
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Re: Career 02 (Apr 10 - Dec 11)

Postby winston » Fri Oct 07, 2011 8:06 am

Back from advancement in their career ...
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Re: Career 02 (Apr 10 - Dec 11)

Postby winston » Sat Oct 22, 2011 7:35 pm

How to Build a Highly Successful Career Like Oprah
by Zulkifli Musa

What makes Oprah so incredibility successful in her career? What are the characteristics we can learn from and what are the practices we can bring to our careers?

1. Person first, businessman (woman) later

For Oprah, money is important to her, just like for the rest of us. But unlike the majority, Oprah never makes it a priority.

Championing causes and inspiring change are her utmost important desire. Oprah approaches and looks at people's problem with humane eyes; the eyes that seek to fulfill people's heart with hope and aspirations.


2. Unwavering compassion

Oprah's dark past experiences has shaped her into a woman of compassion. Story has it that she was sexually abused as a child, and as a result became pregnant at a tender age of 14, with the son dying in infancy. She was fatherless and lived with a barber. Her rise to stardom was not carefully weaved and planned.

Oprah is a woman with a deep sense of responsibility. She observes. She watches and listens. She empathises.


3. The desire to showcase

Oprah, being a person with almost unlimited access to the screen, believes she can put people's grievances, dilemmas and even successes into limelight for others to see.

She discovered singer Charice Pempengco, the Philippine-bases singer who now stars in the award-winning TV series, Glee.

Charice owes her glittering success, in part to Oprah's approval and endorsements. But Oprah and her show not only discovered child stars like Charice but the talk show host has also highlighted issues of poverty, abuses, legal victimisations, stories of success and of despair, all with the professionalism that made her who she is today.


4. Focus first, diversify later

Oprah discovered herself to possess natural skills and flair in broadcasting. She moves audience. She gets the whole room glued to their seat. Knowing her own strength, she took advantage to create maximum impact.

She did not go auditioning for Broadway shows, climbed Mount Everest in record time or formed dance partnership with Janet Jackson, but rather she stuck to her most prized asset – hosting talk shows.

Only later, after stamping her authority in her niche, did she go into other fields that include acting, book writing and producing.


5. "Everyone can be powerful."


Oprah's power has transgressed beyond what people can imagine. When Barrack Obama was contesting for the Presidential office, Oprah made it clear of her support to him.

A day after Obama's success in securing the President's post, analyses surfaced indicating that Oprah's endorsement alone resulted in one million votes for Obama. To her, any single, oxygen-breathing man or woman in this world can be powerful, if they want to be.

If anyone wanting to achieve greatness in their career, it can never be wrong to have Oprah Winfrey as their idol to follow.

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Re: Career 02 (Apr 10 - Dec 11)

Postby winston » Sat Oct 29, 2011 5:34 pm

Communicate Effectively in a Job Interview
By Adam Dachis / Source: LifeHacker

Job interviews are a lot like first dates, in the sense that you're trying to convince another person, whom you don't know, to like you.

The key difference is that on a date you're both meeting on equal ground. When you go into a job interview, however, the interviewer has most of the power and you have, essentially, none at all.

This creates an environment where you're going to likely be considerably more uncomfortable than the interviewer.

You'll display negative body language as a result, and that's not good. When interviewing for a job, you want to override any non-verbal communication that makes you seem closed off.

A charismatic beginning can make all the difference, as first impressions are hugely important in hiring decisions.

A smile, pleasant handshake, warm greeting, and the previously mentioned positive body language will set the stage for a comfortable interview.

You don't know what sort of (potentially negative) expectations your interviewer is bringing to the table, so it's never a bad thing to override them by demonstrating you're a pleasant and charismatic individual.

Offering up the previously discussed positive body language is easier said than done when you're uncomfortable, so the best thing you can do to override that discomfort is to feel prepared.

(A lack of preparation is the main reason you suck in an interview, after all.) Even if you begin to feel unprepared later on, walking into the room with confidence will at least help you make that important first impression.

To prepare, research the company. Remember a few useful "sound bites" to use and fall back on if you're struggling.

Know what differentiates you and makes you special and remind yourself right before you walk into the room. Preparation breeds confidence, and it'll be easier to display positive body language when you're feeling good about yourself.

While natural comfort is going to be your most valuable tool, there are a few tricks that can help you out.

Assuming American cultural standards, eye contact is more important in a job interview than most other situations. If you have trouble meeting someone's eyes, just look at their mouth.

You'll also want to avoid blocking your own eyes in any way, as doing so can convey discomfort (among other negative feelings).

Just like on a date, leaning slightly forward is a positive cue for your interviewer. It also helps to appear to be a good listener, as you'll be talking most of the time.

When you ask your own questions, or your interviewer has something to tell you, eye contact is especially important.

You can also convey that you're in a "listening mode" by occasionally placing part of your hand over your mouth. This helps indicate to others that you're not going to talk and therefore paying attention.

All of this said, every interviewer is going to understand that you'll be a little nervous. It's natural and no reasonable person should or would expect anybody to walk in with no tension whatsoever.

If you're a little bit tense, don't worry about it. That much is expected. In fact, too much comfort might convey to some that you're overconfident and not taking the interview seriously.

In the end, your fate rests in the hands of another human being so there's only so much you can do. They may not like your shoes or prefer to hire someone younger or older.

You never know what you're going to run into, but you can at least try to tip the scales in your favor with the help of some positive body language.

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Re: Career 02 (Apr 10 - Dec 11)

Postby winston » Sat Nov 19, 2011 6:51 am

Work At Home Job Search Advice

When searching for a work at home job on the Internet, be sure to verify the legitimacy of any job lead sources.

Many web sites on the Internet claim to offer legitimate work at home job leads.

My words of wisdom for your work from home job search is to:

1. Call the telephone number listed on the web site and speak to a live person.

If the web site does not offer a telephone number. Do not order their products.

2. Check to make sure the web site offers a money back guarantee.

3. Check out the web site company's street address. Make sure it is not a PO Box address. No Street address, no money.

4. Check out the web site to see if they belong to any consumer watch organizations.

5. If all the above requirements are meant and you order and the web site company's products are no good, you can find someone there to turn to for that refund.

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Re: Career 02 (Apr 10 - Dec 11)

Postby winston » Fri Nov 25, 2011 6:10 am

Interview Effectively By Brian Tracy

Most executives have never been taught how to properly interview people for a position. Fortunately, the most effective interviewing process is quite simple, as long as you can discipline yourself to learn it and then follow it.


Suitability of the Candidate

A variety of excellent assessment instruments and personality tests are available that you can use to get a better feeling for the suitability of the candidate.

In my business, we use various instruments with each person, score them, and give copies of the results to the candidate.

We then discuss the findings with the candidate in a spirit of open inquiry, mutually seeking the best way to interpret them as they relate to the job under consideration.
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Re: Career 02 (Apr 10 - Dec 11)

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Don't Start Selling Until You Have Decided to Buy

In other words, resist the temptation to begin the interview by telling the candidate what a great job is being offered and what a great company you have before you have concluded that this is the kind of person you want to hire in the first place.


The Key to Good Interviewing

The key to good interviewing is for you to ask good questions and then listen carefully and patiently to the answers. Pause before replying.

Allow silences in the conversation. Question for clarification.

Ask "What do you mean?" regularly. Never assume that you know or understand what is said until you have checked to be sure.
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The Person Who Asks the Questions has Control

Be sure that you are the person asking the questions and not the other way around.

The more a person talks, the better feeling you will get about whether or not he or she is a good candidate for the job.

And you learn only when you are listening. You don't learn anything when you are talking about yourself, the company, or the job.


The "Swan Formula"

There is a simple formula you can use in an interview. It is called the "Swan Formula" and comes from executive recruiter John Swan.

It is based on the letters S-W-A-N. These stand for the four ingredients you are looking for: Smart, Work Hard, Ambitious, and Nice.
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