are common during these days and anybody can be infected with the flu virus. But do not confuse the colds for the flu. Influenza or flu is a respiratory infection caused by a virus .Since it is the start of the fall flu season, there not only will be the ordinary flu, but also the H1N1 influenza strain, or the Swine Flu. Any vaccine carries risk of infection, but most likely it will protect you. The worst possible H1N1 vaccine risk is a possibility of developing GBS, or Guillain Barre Syndrome, an auto-immune condition which involves the break down of the lining of nerve cells. It's worth getting emergency loans for an H1N1 vaccine.…
eebies. I recall there were even some activity tracking sheets on there.
If it is just the 2 of you in the office, I would suggest trying to find some meetings /events to go to locally, together or seperately. That way it helps break up the routine, to avoid it becoming a "rut".
Also, as you get to know your new hire, look for what seems to motivate her and try to incorporate that into the goals you have set for her. Example, for some reason I had a group of top account executives that would get ridiculously excited about winning a lunch break that included 2 movie passes, certificate for snacks, and the time off to go during a work day. I gave this out usually to the person who exceeded a weekly goal - like getting over the "required" 5 loan applications per week. Now, these AE's earned an average of $2,000 in commission per loan they made each month but that little prize really got them racing to see who would win it.
Also, I have a pretty new person here so let me know what's working well for you!!
there a market for my widgets or service and if there is, are my widgets or service unique enough? What are the barriers of entry? Can 1000 people duplicate my business or its me and few others and what makes me better... ? Oh yea, can i afford to leave Steady paycheck to risk a) Putting up equity, or b) Dumping my savings, c) Can I get a business loan .. d) how long will it take for me to break even ... Do I need a business plan and Financials ..?
There is so much to consider outside of " I think I have skills to be an entrepreneur ...."…
2) Get high schools to focus on teaching the basics. Reading, writing, counting, speaking, civics.
3) Set up vocational schools and focus on training high school workers to become trained workers in six months.
4) Break the teacher's unions. Grind them into dust.
5) Sue a couple of companies that require college degrees for entry level workers. Due it on the basis of gender discrimination against men.
6) Separate the genders in from 7th-12th grades (allow local communities to create their own social events as they see fit) and school them in single-sex classes. Roadmap smart kids and allow them to progress faster if necessary.
7) Reform Title IX - there's no reason to require equal participation in women's sports if there isn't equal interest.
8) Use the current educational formulas to help low-income but bright kids to go to college.
9) Most of all, break the link that a college education is a necessity. A degree these days is a social statement, not a certification.
10) Also, tax the heck out of college endowments and cut non-teaching staff by 40%.…
greater pile of heartbreak. Dashed hopes, rising bills and now, not too far away- the hills are on fire, literally. This certainly feels like hell.
What do you say to someone that has followed all your suggestions, that has done his homework, that is a good man..., but just can't seem to catch a break. John got a job at the Magic Kingdom within the first few weeks of living here. He was the guy cleaning up after us, the thousands of daily visitors, and yet, they still called him a cast member. Thriving at the happiest place on earth is a little more difficult than one might think. Especially when you see your dream slip through your fingers one sweep stroke at a time. He left his ears at the gate after six months. John is first an actor. Not your typical actor though, he actually does what a director tells him to do and doesn't try to give reasons why or blame others for the choices he made. He just says ok when given direction. OK. Of course, most actors have dreams of making it big, of surviving auditions, of actually being paid for their craft. Their very little chance of this happening. It is only slightly more difficult for an astronaut to get a moon gig, than it is for an actor to get a paying gig. That gig has not been the focus of his year long job search - he has been looking for a real job. Anything. I sat across from John the other night and listened to his dreadful story of student loans, car loans, stacking credit card bills, as he uttered the hushed words of bankruptcy. Angst bannered his face and without asking for help, he told of what will happen if her is unable to find a job quickly. It is a familiar tale. LinkedIn, craigslist, temp agencies, want ads, job boards, recruiters telling him to get lost, and close to thirty interviews. No offers. No jobs.
I jumped in the deep end on this one and sent out a "vulnerable" email to my local network. I told his story and vouched for him. By mid-morning, I had received 10 replies with suggestions and job openings in the area. And the emails are still coming in. Like millions of job seekers, his resume makes him look like a job hopper. Yes, he is struggling. Yes, he is angry..., but I saw it. That glimmer of hope. That may just be enough to get him through the next go-round. Just maybe. by rayannethorn .…