For the company I work for, there are several job postings each week and often HR will urge current employees to refer friends. I can't help but think of Dan when he says, "How hard can it be?" The…Continue
As we enter January, it maybe tempting to tell yourself there is nothing to do. After all, it is a cold, long month, it is dark outside, and the holidays are over. However, now can be the time to lay a solid foundation for the coming year.
1. Give blood. What a great way to start the year! Giving the gift of life feels good to do and it gets your eyes off yourself and onto others.
2. Print out your passwords. We all have too many logins and passwords to keep track of. Some your…Continue
It surprises me when people talk of buying lottery tickets. They talk about winning it big and never having to work again. For me, the lottery has little appeal and here is why. Gambling has to do with luck and chance is not something that can be much controlled. I would rather be in a place where I can work for a more favorable outcome. Gambling also requires someone else to lose. In most cases, a whole lot of people need to lose. I don't want to take money away from people without…Continue
The work I am doing now is really something I enjoy. I am a customer business manager for e-commerce. The client that I work for is well-know locally. Their household and family products uplift and better lives around the world. It is a privilege to be associated with them.
My role in business services is such that I enter orders, provide data & information, and research client questions. It suits me well to use email, spreadsheets, and websites for my…Continue
Recently I was at small gathering of people to celebrate a birthday. Across the table from me was a man in our community who collects and sells scrap metal. Since I am interested in having a side gig myself, I asked him about his venture and he was quite willing to share. I learned that he drives through neighborhoods on garbage day, or the night before garbage day, to see what is out at the curb. Anything at the edge of the road is fair game. He doesn't pay for anything he takes. He looks…Continue