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The American Flag Folding Ceremony

The American flag folding ceremony represents the same religious principles on which our country was originally founded. The portion of the flag denoting honor is the canton of blue containing the stars representing the states our veterans served in uniform. The canton field of blue dresses from left to right and is inverted when draped […]

Setting Goals

Setting Goals Have you set any goals for yourself? Are these goals time goals (short & long-term goals), focus goals (the one thing driving the majority of decisions), or topic goals? These can be a career, personal, financial, etc. Or, maybe you haven’t set any goals, but need to. Whatever it is, hopefully, this post […]

Heart “What’s in Yours”

Les Giblin says, “You can’t make someone feel important in your presence if you secretly feel they are a nobody.”  It’s the secret place in a persons heart that determines the value of another human being. As leaders, we may know all the right things to say, but we don’t always have the right heart condition when we say it. Underneath […]

Why Grammar Matters in Your Job Search

Have you ever heard the old saying, “You only have one opportunity to make a first impression?” Or how about this one, “First impressions are lasting.” Did you know your first impression on a hiring manager is made through your writing? Most employers are introduced to potential employees through their resume’s. Grammar is a key […]

Interviews – What NOT To Do

Be late You are not on your time. You are on the employer’s time. Employers have set up specific times for interviews. They take time out of their busy days, so you should arrive on time and give them your undivided attention. First impressions go a long way. Come unprepared Be ready. Think of 2 […]