HAPPINESS: self help books and articles on motivation for your better work life “on the job”
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Self help books and professional development articles & resources to help you Enjoy yourself AT WORK – on the job, so that you are happier in all areas of your life.
We spend so much time at work, whether it be at home or in a business, that what happens during those hours will impact on our view of our whole day, life and the world in general.
We need to develop skills in overcoming job related obstacles that we will inevitably encounter every work day so that we can still enjoy the rest of our lives. What are your Goals for your job? What is your level of Motivation and Success at work?
Enjoy yourself AT WORK – on the job, so that you are happier in all areas of your life. Self help resources for better work relations and job satisfaction, whether you work at home or in the office relating to work, goal setting and motivation article, job promotion, employment, job happiness and job satisfaction in your work.
What are your Goals for your job? What is your level of Motivation and Success at work?
HA94 Prioritize Your Day to Accomplish More, Carol Halsey
Prioritizing is a very important function of being organized.
It is another method that puts you in control of your work responsibilities.
In order to effectively prioritize, learn to recognize the difference between the important, the urgent and the unnecessary.
It may seem that everything is urgent, and must be acted on first. This is not necessarily so.
With good planning and prioritizing, urgent situations will become less and less frequent.
Your first step to prioritizing is to select those tasks you need to take action on tomorrow.
These will come from your master list, along with new tasks generated during the day, which most likely are a result of phone calls, new assignments and mail
This list will be your daily “to do” list.
I suggest taking 15 minutes at the end of each day to prepare a “to do” list for the next day. There is not better time to be aware of what to accomplish tomorrow.
Evaluate each item on your list as to its importance and urgency, and eliminate the unnecessary.
Next, prioritize your daily “to do” list. Select the top three most important tasks which must be completed, no matter what else happens that day. Number them 1, 2 and 3.
It is essential to identify them in order of importance. During the day, an unexpected crises may erupt, or any number of things can happen that you did not plan on that will take time you hadn’t counted on.
But you will know that those top three tasks must be taken care of no matter what!
After identifying the top three, select, in order of importance, the second three most important tasks and number them 4, 5 and 6.
However, these three may not be acted on until the top three are completed. This is because you have already determined they are not as high a priority. Following this process puts you in control of your “to do” list.
Keep your “to do list” small – no more than eight items. After all, it is a DAILY “to do” list.
As you tick off completed tasks, you will have the feeling of accomplishment.
Accept the fact that you cannot do everything in one day.
Below is the ARTICLE DIRECTORY of comprehensive self help articles on your Career Development, positive thinking and How to enjoy your Work and create a Positive Workplace!
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Learn everything there is to know about career planning from the bottom up, so you get it right the first time…
Do you find the prospect of planning your career daunting and unmanageable? If you are one of the millions of actively seeking job hunters in the market today, you have to gain a competitive edge to get ahead.
“The Top Ten Ways To Be Positive In The Workplace Of Life”
There is a growing volume of research that shows’ staying positive is better for your health; you can cope better with stress.
It’s better for relationships; you keep from judging people and getting the bad habit of gossiping.
“A Short Memory Course”
HOW TO REMEMBER NAMES
You just called the TV repair shop and the voice on the other end of the line tells you “this is Don Smith”.
About 5 minutes later you tell your wife that “this guy” will be out to fix the TV in the morning.
You can’t think of his name although you know he mentioned it on the phone.
“Ten Keys To Successful Negotiation” Hardly a day passes that we are not involved in some type of negotiation.
This negotiation may be as simple as attempting to convince a friend to see the movie we choose or as complicated as negotiating a percentage of a business offering or mediating a labor dispute.
At any rate, effective negotiation is an art…one that requires preparation and practice in order to be successful.
Consider these ten tips for preparing for negotiation and improve your odds for a win-win resolution.
“Identifying Work At Home Success Characteristics”
Do people that are successful in home based businesses share some common characteristics and, if so, what are the primary ones?
“How to Be Strong and Powerful”
When we think of leadership, we often think of the traits of strength, and power. But what are these really, and how do they operate?
“How to organize your paperwork”
We must all be efficient and productive in today’s business world. Being organized helps you handle tasks quickly so that you have more time and space to do what you truly want to do.
“How Do You Attract Opportunity Into Your Life?”
Someone recently asked me the question: “How can I have more opportunities come into my life?” Good question, but I think my answer surprised them a bit.
I bypassed the obvious (and necessary) points about hard work, persistence and preparation.
“10 Potential Outcomes That Can Positively Change Your Life”
One of the hallmark traits of both top producers and successful businesses is their conscious and consistent investment in personal and professional growth. How much are you investing in your own business and personal growth?
If you begin today consistently investing in the personal growth strategies that we suggest below, here are 10 potential outcomes that can be achieved:
“Fun Personality Test”
This is a real test given by the Human Relations Dept at many of the major corporations today. It helps them get a better insight concerning their employees and prospective employees.
It’s only 10 simple questions, so… Grab a pencil and paper, keeping track of your letter answers.
“11 things you did not learn at school”
Charles Sykes, the author of DUMBING DOWN OUR KIDS, provided for high school and college graduates a list of eleven things they did not learn in school.
“Today we mourn the passing of a beloved friend Common Sense”
Mr. Common Sense. Mr.Sense had been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.
He will be remembered as having cultivated such valued lessons as knowing when to come in out of the rain, why the early bird gets the worm and that life isn’t always fair.
“HOW BALANCED IS YOUR LIFE?”
“Most people are so unbalanced today that they aren’t even aware of it,” says Terri Levine, author of the amazon.com best-selling book, “Work Yourself Happy.”
She has created a short quiz to help measure the degree of balance you have between the demands of work, family responsibilities and personal time. Answer each question with a number, with 5 being “always” and 1 being “never.”
“5 Ways to Kick the Procrastination Habit!”
Do you rush around doing things at the last minute?
How many times have you mentioned something that you felt that you ought to do and said “yes, I’ll get round to it”, but “it” never happens.
Procrastination means to “defer action”, but it rarely serves us well, unless we know what’s behind it and what to do about it.
“The jar and the coffee – Time management tips”
When 24 hours in a day are not enough, remember the following story about the mayonnaise jar and the coffee.
A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him. When the class began, wordlessly, he picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar and proceeded to fill it with golf balls.
“Explaining What You Do In 15 Seconds”
You’re in the elevator and your friend John introduces you to Barbara who is the CEO of one of the companies you’d like to do business with. Barbara asks, “What do you do?”
“10 Minute Tricks to Help You Get Organized”
Whoever thought you’d be able to get organized in just 10 minutes?! Here are a few simple ideas.
“Creative Problem-Solving: Following Your Stream of Consciousness”
Having trouble finding a solution to a nagging problem? Try a well-known journaling technique called stream of consciousness–you may be surprised at the creative messages you receive from your inner self.
“Discover Your Life Purpose”
Everyone has a life purpose; a unique and special something each of us is supposed to do in LIFE.
A life purpose is not a specific job or career, it is much deeper and much more fulfilling. Now, you can uncover your own life purpose.
You can do it the easy, fast, modern way, using a modestly priced online program, or you can uncover your own life purpose using the more difficult (but free) old-fashioned do-it-yourself method.
If you want to save a few bucks and try doing it yourself here’s how …
“Donkey in the Well – positive attitudes”
One day a farmer’s donkey fell down a well.
The animal cried piteously as the farmer tried to figure out what to do.
Finally, he decided the animal was old, and the well needed to be covered up anyway; it just wasn’t worth the time and trouble to retrieve the donkey.
“7 Solutions for Practical Stress Management”
Stress is amazingly persistent, even seductive. We get used to feeling tight and tense. Though positive thinking has its place, unless it is backed up by practical wisdom it tends to get overwhelmed and fade away.
“10 Ways Business Entrepreneurs Shoot Themselves In The Foot”
Entrepreneurs and their businesses have a tendency to ambush themselves when they aren’t looking.
This affects how much revenue they can generate, how fast their business rises, and even if they survive after the first few years.
If you feel there is a possibility you are getting in your way to success, review these elements to see if any of these items might apply.
“12 Reasons Why You Should Never Neglect People Skills”
1. Exceptional people skills and the ability to start a wonderful conversation with anyone you meet are essential life skills.
Your success and happiness are directly related to the development of these social skills.
“20 Ways to Advance your Career”
1. Exceed expectations; deliver results on a or head of time.
2. Manage your time effectively.
3. Create a career plan with goals and training requirements.
4. Move away from day-to-day operations.
“Are You Addicted To Your Activities?”
Activities – such as sports, creative projects, reading, work, TV, meditation – can be a wonderful way to relax, express yourself, or connect to yourself.
Or they can be an addiction. How can you know the difference?
“The Denis Waitley and Jim Rohn Combo Package!”
Opportunities for a self-managing, self-starter have never been better.
Your most valuable assets today are your abilities to use your mind to access, communicate, and creatively evaluate information.
In a society in which the main commodity is becoming information, it’s not your status that matters, but what you know and how quickly you can learn.
As Churchill said, “…only the empires of the mind endure.”
“Create Your Own Mission Statement for Your Personal and Professional Life”
Two of life’s greatest tragedies are: Never to have had a great mission in life, and to have fully reached it so there is no challenge remaining.
“Reading body language”
Body language is fascinating. People rarely recognize how much information they give off and how noticeable it is to the human eye.
Even to the untrained human eye. It is said that no less that 50 percent of information on a person’s character, impact and credibility is conveyed through non verbal communication.
Your True Talent Will Set You Free
When you get home from work, do you feel enriched, fulfilled and empowered?
Or does it seem like you just finished an uphill battle on a treadmill? Imagine being paid to do what you love.
You could return home feeling as though time stood still. Being “in the zone” virtually all day. Coming home invigorated knowing you consistently live a natural high.
“Does Social Anxiety Hold You Back?”
In the “Anxiety Disorders” section of the manual entitled “Diagnostic Criteria from DSM IV,” which is used for the diagnosis of mental health conditions, there are 12 anxiety diagnoses covered.
“Finding Time; Tips for Gaining 2 Hours Each Day”
Would you be interested in finding two extra hours each day in your schedule? Here are some ways to do just that.
“7 Solutions for Practical Stress Management”
Stress is amazingly persistent, even seductive. We get used to feeling tight and tense. Though positive thinking has its place, unless it is backed up by practical wisdom it tends to get overwhelmed and fade away.
“Meditation and visualization for relaxation”
Meditating can help bring mind and body into a state of harmony. It is a way to balance an active life with calming period of inner reflection, and has the benefit of promoting easy, restful sleep.
“Sleep, Thoughts, Worries and Fears”
Do you fall asleep immediately after entering bed or do thoughts and worries begin to flow into your mind, keeping your sleep away? Do you find it hard to stop them?
“Retirement – Its Sooner Than You Think!! (honestly) ”
Many people hear “retirement” and think— what? 401K? Roth vs. Traditional IRA? Stocks, bonds, mutual funds? Do they?
Or do many people put money away according to the suggested amount and then simply hope that when retirement comes all will work out?
“How to Cope with Difficult People”
In my travels across North America speaking on motivation and human potential I hear the same question asked repeatedly, ” How can I become more assertive?” There is no doubt about it, there are people in our lives who are harmful to our health and we don’t like it one bit.
“Energy Rechargers for Winners”
Want more energy so you can live a more fulfilling life? Energy is life’s fuel! According to Benjamin Franklin, “Energy and persistence alter all things.”
Procrastination is one of the biggest enemies we have to our Personal Productivity. Thinking about doing something and planning to do it are fine, but what if we fail to move ahead?
“How to Stay Motivated Despite Negative People”
Getting motivated is sometimes easy enough to do, at least for short periods of time, but staying motivated can be a lot harder to do.
“Reducing the Cost of Office and School Supplies”
Franklin once said, “A penny saved is a dollar earned.” Here are some tips for saving some pennies and maybe a few dollars by reducing the costs of those supplies for school or the office.
“What Would You Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail?”
The next time you find yourself relaxing on the couch, having popped some corn and about to watch the “Sopranos”, instead, pose this $1,000,000 lottery question to yourself and see what flows. What would you do if you knew you could not fail? Would you work, not work? If you knew anything you touched or did held the possibility for success – whatever that is, what would you do? If there were no time constraints, no obstacles, no self-doubt, what would you do?
“Ten Tips For Personal Growth”
Personal growth seems to occur in spurts. We gain a little, lose a little, surge ahead or slide into a holding pattern where in growth seems to be stagnated. Here are ten ways to get back on track.
“Words That Limit Your Success”
Article by Meir Liraz, president of BizMove.com (http://www.bizmove.com), a free informational web site for entrepreneurs and small business owners that provides free guides and tips for starting, growing and managing a small business
“How to Be a Perfect Failure”
In my opinion, one of the greatest highs in life is creating something and watching it work once it has been created.
Humans were meant to be creative creatures and evolution has rewarded creativity and achievement with wonderful and pleasurable bursts of neurochemicals our brains create whenever we do something creative — not to mention possible financial rewards and the satisfaction and increased confidence that comes of having done something well.
HA73 Career Development Philosophy by Jim Rohn
Don’t bring your need to the marketplace, bring your skill.
If you don’t feel well, tell your doctor, but not the marketplace.
If you need money, go to the bank, but not the marketplace.
“Your Imagination, the Ultimate Success Tool”
In order to achieve your goals and attain new levels of success, put your imagination to work. Get into the habit of visualizing your goals as if they are already happening. Talk to yourself as if you are already achieving that success that up until now you’ve only dreamed of.
“HA112 IT ALL BEGINS WITH A DREAM (or just a strong desire for a nap), self help article by Rox Sailors”
For many years I struggled getting out of bed in the morning and coming up with some sort of a plausable excuse for not going in to work. It’s not that I am a lazy person, or that I didn’t enjoy being around other people, or even that I didn’t like my job (not that much, anyway).
“HA222 Creating Your Own (career) Luck self help article by Nan S. Russell”
Losing my job in the last recession of the last century, I discovered first hand the power of creating your own luck.
A week later, I decided to locate an interim position while I looked for a “real” one.
Accepting a temporary position at minimum wage in an industry I knew little about, I decided the way to enjoy the position was to learn everything I could and contribution all that I could.
“HA223 The Psychology of Successful Career Choice and Change self help article by Jon Snodgrass, Ph.D.”
Work that is not personally satisfying reflects a basic conflict you have with yourself.
You may think the conflict is caused by your career, and that if you change careers, the conflict will go away.
But, you cannot pick the right career without first resolving the inner conflict.
“HA91 Doing the Work That You Love , self help article by Vered (Tanmayo) Neta”
My mother never liked her teaching job, although she was very successful. She retired early and kept searching for satisfaction, without success. She became bitter and sad.
“HA93 Simple Tips to Remove Stress in Your Workday, by Carol Halsey”
Volumes of articles, books and manuals have been written on time management and organization in the workplace.
We read all with good intentions, but seldom follow through with any real commitment.
And yet we feel overwhelmed and stressed at work.
“HA34 Four Reasons Why We Procrastinate by Carol Halsey”
Have you ever spent time thinking about a task you need to tackle but keep putting off, then spend time telling yourself you just must get started and wondering when you will start it, and then feeling guilty because you are working on other tasks instead. Yet this one keeps hanging over your head. If this sounds familiar, you may be one of the many people who procrastinate, and procrastination is probably the biggest time waster.
“HA235 Kick the Procrastination Habit, self help article by Maria Gracia ”
“I’ll get to it — when I get a chance.”
You know what that means, don’t you?
You’ll never get to it!
Here are 8 simple ways to kick the procrastination habit and start getting things done.
1. BREAK IT DOWN.
Don’t look at your goals as one big project.
“HA254 Single Living Strategies for Unfair Work Demands, self help career management article”
“I would like to see some information geared to single households and some suggestions on how to deflect some of the nasty comments about being “selfish.”
I’m usually the one that gets to stay at work late because I “don’t have a husband or children to go home to.”
I have worked full time my whole life and would like to take some time (before retirement) to relax, pursue my interests, exercise and live life. I am a different person when not overscheduled and stressed.
Please can you help by soliciting suggestions from other single readers regarding saving, cutting expenses, and lifestyle?
“HA248 QUICK CLUTTER CONTROL 10 TIPS FOR A TIDIER HOME, self help organisation article by Colleen Moulding”
1. Whenever you have a few minutes to spare put away five or ten items that are not in their correct place. These could be toys that the kids have left somewhere, letters that need filing away or odd socks that need putting in a drawer.
“HA71 Become a Good Observer, self help career development article by Jim Rohn”
We must never allow a day to pass without finding the answers to a list of important questions such as:
What is going on in our industry?
What new challenges are currently facing our government?
What are the new breakthroughs, the new opportunities, the new tools and techniques that have recently come to light?
Who are the new personalities that are influencing world and local opinion?
“HA227 Work Break: A One Minute Mental Vacation by Wayne F. Perkins”
How would you like to take a one-minute vacation?
Do you think it can help you cope with your challenges each day?
Lets see how hypnosis and relaxation can help.
“HA109 Instant Relaxation, anytime, anywhere, self help article by Peter Murphy”
Ancient cultures knew this secret, followers of Hawaiian Huna used it to access altered states. While martial artists used it as a way to develop relaxed alertness, and today photo readers use it to relax before reading books at speeds of 25,000 words per minute.
What is the secret? It has to do with how you use your eyes!
“HA231 Top 10 Tips for Getting Control of Your Life by Kate Schultz ”
1. Take care of yourself. Healthy eating habits, following a regular sleep routine and exercise all contribute to your well being which allows you to perform at your best.
“5 Benefits of Keeping a Personal Journal”
Everyone who has kept a personal journal knows that writing is a therapeutic process that helps integrate seemingly unconnected life events. Some believe the process works because the physical act of writing (using your hand-eye coordination) occupies your left brain, leaving your right brain free to access emotions, intuit connections, and create new insights.
“A Million Bucks In Scholarships – I’m Not Kidding!”
Mention a million dollars in scholarships as few as ten years ago, and most university officials and everybody else would have laughed in your face. It won’t happen today.
There are two reasons why. College scholarship opportunities have grown tremendously and the cost of an undergraduate education continues to go up and up with no relief in sight.
“eLearning – is the go of the age”
The idea of eLearning is to popularise an indepth, convenient, interactive mode of education through the Internet. Scientific research reveals that the best way of learning methodologies are the mix and match of 3 modes namely Instructor Led, Web Based and Computer Based.
“Are You Wasting Or Investing Your Time?”
Time is the most precious value we have. Time is the greatest equalizer of human beings. If we don’t ant to admit his and to treat time with respect then we will only have to lose.
“The 3 Most Powerful Ways To Get Yourself To Achieve ANYTHING Despite Pressure, Deadlines, and “Procrastination”
How free and energized would you feel if you had the power to motivate yourself to do ANYTHING, stop procrastinating, and achieve all your goals in record time?
“Accomplishing Your Power List”
The habit of delaying action, decision, or doing things that needs to be done or undone has been part and will remain part of human character.
The gravity of this habit in each individual varies. Find out if the habit of procrastination is doing more harm than you imagined and know how to overturn it to become action-oriented.
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JOB SEARCH TIPS:
“Searching for an Accounting Job”
Accounting graduates, have broader choices and specific paths to follow with their careers. Accounting requires a lot of skills when it comes to business and that is why every company has an employee that is an accounting graduate.
“Job Search Tips”
If you’re not sure what to do, here’s a list that might help. Identify what really interest and excites you. Understand that these traits define you and use it to explore career choices and opportunities.
Employers have said that they are more likely to be 12 percent more graduates this year than last year. It is the first projected increase since the year 2000.
“How to Create a List of Warm Contacts”
Usually when you are looking for a job, you would ask for help from family and friends. You would contact these people to ask for information on current job openings, business opportunities and tips.
“Entry-Level Jobs 101: 4 Must-Know Tips”
For most people, aiming for a higher position at once is the key to job search success. However, for some people who know that in order to succeed in the job market, they have to, literally, start from scratch.
“Must-know Tips on Executive Job Search”
It is normal for every person to strive for career advancement and growth. It makes them feel that all of their hard work has paid off and that a promotion is, indeed, the best reward they can get.
“How to Follow Up on All Contacts”
If you are still in the job search process, it is extremely important to follow up on all contacts. It is not good to just sit and wait for results to come pouring in when you think that you've already done your part because your contact information has been distributed.
“Seize the Opportunity and the Job: The Interview”
So, you’ve submitted a killer Curriculum Vitae and supporting documents. You’re ahead of the pack and have just received a call for an interview. What do you do next?
“How to be Invited for Interviews”
Once the application has been sent and the resume received the next thing that should happen is that the employer will be calling to test communication skills by means of an interview. Allowing yourself to be given the option on which employer is best fitting the applicant is one characteristic of being pro-active.
“Health Care Job Search Tips: Health is Wealth Indeed!”
Nowadays, jobs falling under the health care category are one of the most in demand jobs. This is because more and more countries fall short with regards to their employees and staff in the health care industry.
“Getting Started for a Cold Call”
There's a little Girl Scout on the street carrying boxes of different flavored cookies, timidly trying to knock on her neighbors' doors worried that somehow she'll be booed out and that doors would just slam shut on her face after offering her cookies for just a few cents? Such a pitiful sight eh?
“Identifying your skills and getting that job”
When applying for a job, it is ideal that you identify your strengths and weaknesses and get prepared to address them. By knowing your advantage, the chances of getting the job that you want will surely get easier. But you should not get too confident since this is one of the common mistakes that plague job applicants.
“7 Easy Steps to Improve Your Interviewing Skills”
In the midst of technological advancement nowadays, the "back-to-basics" rule still applies when it comes to getting hired for a job. It does not matter if you are planning to apply for a million-dollar company or a small, independent firm.
“Tips For a Stress-Free IT Job Search”
The best source to look for jobs related to Information Technology (most commonly known as IT) is, obviously, the Internet. Various sites offer listings of job openings for specific fields.
“Job Descriptions: Why Effective Job Descriptions Make Good Business Sense”
Most neophyte workers or even freshly graduated members of the workforce will jump into jobs without knowing their job descriptions. This practice is understandable.
“Jobs and over aged applicants”
Though some employers would prefer a younger workforce, the older applicants still have a wide variety of career choices to choose from. Employers are starting to see the potential of older and much-experienced applicants as can be seen by the statistics below:
“Stress-free Job Hunting Guide”
Hunting for the perfect job for an individual requires time, effort and knowledge. For stress free job-hunting, every individual must first consider the following pointers before starting your job hunting process:
“Online Job Hunting”
There was a time when a person who wanted to find work had to buy newspaper and look through the classified ads section. The advent of the internet has changed that by creating opportunities for people to work either in a different state or in another country.
“Job Hunting Tips”
Hunting for jobs nowadays is a very competitive and sometimes cut-throat affair. Here are a few tips to help you get the edge in searching out and landing the job of your dreams.
“The Job Interview”
The second step in getting a job is having an interview with a potential employer. The first step was sending your application and after careful review by the company, you are seen as candidate for the vacant position.
“Tips in a Job Interview”
The second step in getting the job is meeting the potential employer for an interview. The first step that an applicant has successfully completed was sending your application and passing the screening process of the company.
“Facts about Searching Jobs Abroad”
Job hunting abroad can be both an opportunity and an adventure. There are hurdles to overcome when searching for the right job abroad. Let's take going to Madrid, Paris, Rome or London for example.
“Better Job Search Engines”
Job search engines use state-of-the-art technology to assist people in their job quest. Here you could enter all the relevant information to reduce the lists of sought after jobs to get more accurate results.
“Job Sites Top Five”
Currently, there are 5 of the most sought after web sites being used by aspiring applicants on the web when job-hunting. These are: Net-Temps.com This site provides job openings at one click.
“Quo Vadis, New Graduate?”
According to a recent survey by Job Outlook, for the third year now there is a positive increase in hiring fresh college graduates for 2006. Business owners plan on hiring more from the class of 2005-06 than they did from the 2004-05 class as well as offering higher compensation and benefits for the new hires.
“Looking for the Job that is right for you”
Finding the best job that suits your personality and your lifestyle is never easy. It’s actually a full time job itself. To better understand your needs and increase your chance of succeeding in your chosen field, you need to conduct a personal evaluation.
“Hot Tips on How to Job Scout”
Prior to looking for the specific job that would the best fit for you, learn how to effectively market your talents. This will help you gauge the possibility of landing on the job you want.
“Positively Thinking Out of the Box”
How can one person "think out of the box?" This should be done independently, but how? Here's an example: Cut a cake into eight slices but you have to make no more than three cuts.
“How to Make the Best Out of Job Fairs”
Finding a job is such a daunting task. Here, there, and everywhere, job seekers tend to look for the best means in order to find the best jobs.
“Tips on Optimizing Job Listings”
Finding a job and looking for somebody to fill a position are no longer difficult. Thanks to the innovations that technology has introduced, people are now adept with job searches.
“The Best Medical Job Search Tips Ever”
In 2003, many work agencies had seen noteworthy increases in the number of medical-related jobs and those that fall under the health care services. The demand for these positions is, in fact, consistently growing because there were also notable increases in medicine and health care-related job searches.
“Wanted: Job Skills on the Loose”
In today’s competitive life, employers are more inclined to find people who can contribute to the growth of the company and not just boost its productivity.
“Some Tips on How Not To Lose a Job”
Nowadays, finding a job can be very tedious. However, some people contend that trying to keep a job to avoid the risk of losing it is in even harder.
“Wage for the New Grad”
Fresh out of college, most people are excited about landing that first job. Given that most grads do not have work experience or only had a part time job while studying, it is not easy to secure an executive position right away.
“Jobs Available Online”
In the past, applying for a job meant looking through the classified ads in the local paper. The advent of the internet has created various job sites online making it easier for someone to apply for work in another state and in even in another country.
Some teenagers would like to be able to get a job and earn money. Since these individuals are still in school, the next best thing to getting a real job is getting one that is part time.
“The Ideal Resume”
When one goes for an interview, the potential employer has no idea of who the applicant is. In some cases, the person applied to the ad while others used a headhunter or job site on the internet and matched their credentials for the position.
“Seven Basic Salary Negotiation Tips”
Money is the most sensitive issue in the whole hiring process. Discussing the compensation often causes anxiety on both employee and employer. Here are seven ways to make the process of salary negotiating efficient.
“Job Search Tips for Sales Professionals”
Each specific industry has a variety of requirements that an employee has to meet. In searching for jobs as sales professionals, how do you prepare for a competitive environment?
“Jobseeker FAQs on Thank You notes”
Career advisers tell jobseekers to send a thank you note after an interview. To address the most frequently asked questions on how and what to send in a thank you note, here are some give aways.
“Dressing up for the Success Interview”
Prepare and practice for an interview. After the date and venue has been set, allow time for enough preparation for the big day. Remember that first impressions do last, so the way an applicant look really does matter.
“Setting Clear Objectives”
To achieve a goal, there is a process that you should implement. This process is to streamline and analyze your objectives. Begin at the very beginning at the smallest, specific part.
“Importance of Skills Emphasis on Job Interviews”
Skill emphasis during the interview is important to show the employer what makes you different from all the other job candidates. In this competitive world, companies search for the most qualified employees by weighing skills of the candidates and determining how they would benefit the company.
“Matching Your Skills to Find Appropriate Jobs”
Skills refer to the things you do well. The key to finding the most appropriate jobs in the industry is recognizing your own skills and communicating the significance written and verbally to a probable employer.
“Tips for a Successful Local Job Search”
If you are seriously searching for a local job, but you have no idea where to look, you may be just one of the thousands of unemployed people in the country. However, finding a job is easy when you know where to search.
“Searching for Perfect Teen Jobs”
Just because you are a teen doesn't mean you can't find a good job to either help you through schooling or to get a few extra bucks for your various hobbies and needs. Here are a few tips on bagging a great teen job
“How to Get Referrals from Warm Contacts”
You may find it hard to use networking to find a job if you can't rely on your warm contacts to give you the information you need. At times, you would have to ask your warm contacts to refer you to at least two people that they know who will be able to give you the information you needed.
“Tips on Using Your Warm Contact List When Networking”
When you are searching for a job, aside from checking the ads in newspapers, internet and bulletin boards, it is also very helpful to ask for information from the people on your warm contact list.
“Why Small Organizations Mean Big Business”
In the movie "You've Got Mail", the sub-plot aside from the love angle is that the heroine (played by Meg Ryan) was forced out of business when the big-time bookstore owner (played by Tom Hanks) moved into town.
“Job Hunting Tips”
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QUICK CLUTTER CONTROL - HOW TO GET ORGANIZED FOR A TIDIER HOME OR OFFICE
"Get Organized with the Best Tips!""
Imagine not finding a magazine article you want to share with your friend, recipes you want to try, a leisure book you want to read for a long time and even your sexy red top you want to wear to surprise your husband on your anniversary.
"Organize Your Home and Profit!"
Be devoted to improvements. Organizing your home will entail much self discipline. Whereas home organizations will not happen as quickly as one imagines, a commitment to having an organized home is the key.
"Unclutter Your Room: Tips To Achieve An Orderly Room"
. Don't throw things and leave them lying around; tidy it up by putting things away in a cabinet or drawer, where they belong. Each time you dress up, make a habit of putting the dirty clothes in the hamper, and hanging the clothes that you will still be using on the rack.
"Work With a Clear Mind, On A Well Organized Desk"
Organization is an ability that can be acquired or learned by everyone. The terribly hard part is breaking away from your constant habits of cluttering such as piled up paperwork and scattered documents.
Some people who are too busy with work may sometimes be absent minded about certain things and tend to forget doing some of their important chores. If this happens more frequently, it is best to get a handyman of some sort to help out rather than making one's performance suffer.
"Running Office from the Home"
Some companies encourage people to work from the house which works very well for mothers who don’t have anyone to take care of the kids. This can only work if the work done can be as equally productive or even better than doing it in the office. By making some changes in how the place looks, one will be able to create the right working environment.
"TIPS AND SOLUTIONS IN HOME ORGANIZATION"
Today’s busy life demands our time and leaves us no space for keeping things in order at home. More than 86% of Americans today considers home organization a nightmare and go through the cleaning and arranging process with hesitation.
"ORGANIZE LIKE A PRO: Mastering the Art of Organization"
Good organizers are not born; they are made! Just how one becomes a good organizer depends on your level of experience and your willingness to take on a rather exciting, and satisfying activity.
"Tips in Organizing Your Home"
Spending more time finding the can opener, a favorite pair of shoes or the most recent electrical bill only means one thing – YOU HAVE A DISORGANIZED HOME! Wasting time just to find things you need for your everyday routine causes a lot of stress when there is a solution to avoid it.
"Tips on Organizing Your Work"
Stacks of papers, notes everywhere, pens, staplers and highlighters lying on your desk, phone keeps on ringing every minute, your computer does not seem to perform well and your boss keeps on calling you to find a file for him. The end result – a day of DISASTER!
"Workplace Dilemma 101 - How to Get Organized"
Being organized at work means a lot of things. You need to be organized with your desk, your filing cabinets and even with your computer. If you are not organized at work it does not give a good impression with your boss, your friends and your colleagues at work. It’s not really a hard task. Here are some tips to get you started.
"How to Organize Your Closet: The Total Closet Overhaul"
There are people who experience “Aha!” moments in their lives simply because they have finally found the things that were considered lost. There are also other people who waste so much time searching for their things in their closet.
"How to Organize the Garage: All about Control and Indecision"
Life has many ironies. Just take the garage for example.
The garage is often considered as the biggest part of the house, and yet, it is the most disorganized portion. Maybe because its owners felt like they could put everything in the garage and keep the other areas clean and tidy.
"How to Organize the Garage: The Great Clutter Control"
Some people just do not want to admit it, but they probably have loads of stuff in their garage that they hardly ever use. According to some reports, most people use just 20% of the things placed in the garage.
"How to Organize a Home Office with Streamlined Style"
Today, many people are enticed to work at their job from home. This makes them more relaxed and allows them to save more money because they don’t have to spend as much on gas and fares.
"Organize your closet, please!"
What would it take for you to stop it? Your closet is not a space for that over sized jacket you haven’t worn in five years, or for that Monopoly set with half of the pieces missing. Think not what your closet can do for you but what you can do for your closet. Organize it! Now! The following tips will help you to better manage the chaos your closet may now be facing.
"How to organize Your Desk: Pull it together!"
If a person finds himself or herself rummaging through dozens of folders just to locate one document or having so many phone numbers of people they do not even know, then it is a possible case of organizing system disaster.
"How to Organize Your Kitchen"
You may think that it is an easy task to organize a kitchen. You may realize that it can also be difficult to do tasks in the kitchen if it is not organized. You must set steps and routines for you to follow and have an easy time working in your kitchen.
"Tips on How to Organize Your Life"
1. Find time to have fun. Always remember that it is important to find time for yourself. Make some engagements for yourself and make the most out of them. You have to cherish the free schedules that you have allotted for yourself. You can go out with your family and enjoy every moment spent with them.
"Organize your paperwork the easy way"
The best and most convenient way to start anew is to literally begin with a clean slate. Trash the junk. This means the usual cliché: out with the old and in with the new. The most efficient way for anyone to do this is to start getting rid of your clutter. Reorganize your stuff.
"Solve your junk problems, Unclutter!"
It is never too late to start anew. What better time to begin getting rid of all those unnecessary things in your precious home but now! Embark on a new season with the promise of a lifestyle free from clutter. The following are a few basic steps toward a house and home that is simple and clutterfree
"Organizing your kid's room; it is not as difficult as you think"
Has this happened to you? You casually pass by your kid’s room and decided to peek in. Surprises of surprises, you discover that a seeming tornado of chaos has passed by it. You as a parent cannot help but sigh as well as dutifully explain to your kids to keep their room organized and clean.
"Tips for Organizing your Kitchen"
Believe it or not, only twenty percent of the total items in your kitchen are actually used for only eight percent. Do you not wonder then why in the world you have to have a lot of storage space when the things you are keeping in storage is stuff you do not actually need, much less use?
"Tips to Organize your Office"
Excuses like, “I just work here” do not work anymore and should not be used as a reason to avoid arranging those piles up paper work, that chaotic table of yours and those folders stacked up in the corner.
"Some tips in organizing your office"
Does your office look like it has never been cleaned or organized for ages and ages? Do you feel embarrassed when someone goes into your office and sees all the clutter and mess there? Do not worry. Here are some tips to help you clean your office, making it organized and clean, not to mention pleasant to look at.
"Pantry organizing tips"
Here are a few tips to help you organize your pantry.
"How to organize your bills and other papers"
Do you feel like you’re almost drowned by various bills and notices? Here are some tips for you to organize your bills, letters, and other notices as well.
"Paper-cluttered? Here are some tips"
Do you feel that everywhere in your office or home, you see nothing but paper? Here are some simple tips in helping keep the paper you have whether in your office or home organized.
"Safe Kids In the House"
Children love to explore. If you can recall your fun days as a child, then you know what this means. But as an adult, even a parent, you are aware that sometimes this curiosity can lead to danger if proper measures are not taken to protect the children.
"Useful Tips to Help you Organize Your Family and Home"
In order to organize your countertop clutter, buy a plastic container that has a handle above it. Put all of your ornaments in the container and lay it under the counter.
"Home Storage Ideas to Add More Space"
Do you live in an apartment building with small or no storage space?
Just because a room is small does not mean you can't turn it into your dream space.
Below are some creative strategies to maximize your space and manage your stuff!
"Organizing Issues: Sentimental Value of Things"
One problem in managing your files and getting rid of those unused personal items is the issue on sentimental value. Oftentimes, you keep sentimental items because they are trigger points in the memories of special events or places.
"Decorating Tips for Your Small Space"
Small area dwelling usually needs a few compromises in decorating. You can create a cozy corner and add drama by making use of dark shades for your furniture.
If your still want a roomy look for your small space, then, read these tips to help you organize your home to make it look larger.
"Removing Clutter in Your Home"
Organizing your bills and documents can eat up so much time. Luckily, you can clean up clutter and reduce your stress with the following tips:
First of all, prepare an old file drawer or get several large envelopes. Classify them in three categories:
"Organization 101: To Throw or Not to Throw"
It all depends on your decision-making skills and the object you are considering throwing or keeping.
"Too many things, so little time? Organize!"
Is your house perennially in chaos that no matter how much you clean it up it just stays the same way every day; dirty and in no kind of order whatsoever? Does it seem like the natural state of your house is disarray and keeping things clean and tidy is a futile business?
"Don't want to lose it? Organize it!"
The following are tips to help you keep track of all the stuff you are using that you usually end up misplacing because of improper organization. All you need to do is be aware and pay attention to the stuff you put here, you put there, and place anywhere.
"Tips to Keep Your Children's Room Tidy"
You want your children to be organized and stay safe, but your kids have other things in mind. Your kids want to play, play and play! If you are having a hard time keeping your children’s room clean and organized, read on some tips to help you with your goal.
"ORGANIZING OFFICE FILES"
In a busy office world, organization has somehow become a thing of the past. People coming over borrowing your pens, company friends distributing gossip, and other constant distractions in your environment will get in the way to staying organized in your work files.
"ORGANIZING SOLUTIONS: GARAGE SALES"
Planning for a general cleaning but afraid to lose unused items for nothing? Perhaps you might be thinking of organizing garage sales where you can earn money from an apparently useless item.
"Should You Get An Interior Decorator?"
If you think you have good taste, a keen sense of what you want and don’t want, a good grip on design concepts and materials, AND have the time to spare, then you’re a likely candidate for NOT needing an interior designer’s services.
"Making the Most Out of Your Space"
The thing about real estate is that it never grows bigger. What makes it worse is that you often find yourself having more and more stuff to store leaving you with less and less space to work with.
"A Quick Fix"
Fixing the house takes time, especially if the house is big. Since time is a luxury that people don’t usually have, especially with unexpected visitors who are visiting from out of town and just called from the airport and are on the way, the best thing to do will be to make a quick fix that can later be improved on when things have settled.
"Improving your disorganized pantry"
Do you feel that every time you have to open your pantry to look for something, it takes you so much time to do? Or for all this time you thought you’ve used all your supplies of mustard and upon cleaning your pantry, you see that you still have five unopened jars of mustard left with their expiration dates lapsed five months ago?
"Organizing the Room"
One’s bedroom is the best place where a person can do anything inside without being disturbed. By organizing it to be safe and clutter free, it will be a place where one can relax, study and just feel comfortable.
"Tools For Organizing"
Making some improvements in the workstation at the office or doing some home improvement is essential in making a person live his or her life more easily through improving the surroundings. For this to happen, the same things are needed which are some time and effort. Here are some other tools that will be needed;
"The Challenges in Organizing One's Home"
Organizing a house is more challenging than fixing one’s workstation in the office. This is because of the larger space and the many rooms in the house. Given the larger area, this may not be done in one day and proper planning must be done to get it right.
"Making One's Home Well-Organized"
The ideal home should be safe and clutter free for everyone in the household and visiting guests. This can be done even if that person has a big or small home and as long as everyone in the house pitches in by taking on some of the responsibility.
"Right Working Environment"
One factor in getting work done especially in the office is creating the perfect working environment. The way the company is structured is beyond the control of the person so one should just work with what can be controlled.
The best time to do this is when one feels that the person is distracted from what is happening in the office and believes that a little change will make the work more productive.
1. Most people have a computer on the desk. One can position it in front of the person so distractions happening around can be ignored and people will be dissuaded from approaching one's work area.
2. If one’s office is in a closed space, one can put the table in front of the door so it will be easy to see if someone is coming. This can’t work if one's table is in an open area.
3. The work area is just for that individual. If there are other things in the area that could disrupt one's work, it is best to remove it.
4. All the papers and other essential things that a person needs must be within reach. One can get a corkboard to pin important dates on to remember, a small drawer to hold the stapler, pens and other documents, and the phone can be placed beside the computer so it can easily be answered. Other people prefer a whiteboard rather than a corkboard to jot down reminders. That choice depends on the person.
5. Some papers or files are used more often than others. A person can make a system alphabetically, coded or even colored which will enable the person to find it easily when needed.
6. One can request from the requisitions department an office tray for that person to have an inbox/outbox area on the table. If the office can’t provide one, then the individual will have to buy one.
7. In the office, one should mark all the important details whenever a document is received. This is part of making the working area systematic and helps the person to keep on track all the assignments that have not yet been completed.
8. Before going home for work, it is best to clean up the table of any garbage that has not been thrown. This will make it easier for the person to come back to work the next day and get the job done.
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