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Whether negotiating that big sale, who sleeps on which side of the bed, punishment for a house infraction or discussing the two things we are not supposed to discuss, political and religion, one thing is certain. Those who hold to … Continue reading
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A headline from the Wall Street Journal -Careers blog of January 24, 2012: Your Resume v. Oblivion: Inundated companies resort to software to sift job applicants for right skills, by Lauren Weber. There is great satisfaction when the WSJ echoes … Continue reading
More important, I see the tea party movement as backwards thinking and the occupy Wall Street movement as forward looking. The tea party movement are pure conservative thinking, holding dear to traditional institutions and organization; that “society moves forward … Continue reading
Posted in Business, Business, Conservatives, Conspiracy Theories, Democrats, Ethics, Liberals, Politics, Tea Party
Tagged Conservatives, Conspiracy, Constitution, Ethics, First Amendment, Occupy, Politics, Tea Party, Wall Street
Yes, it has been a while since I have written here and I do apologize. It’s not like there has been nothing to write about. Between the Republicans not being able to decide who is the Front Runner of the … Continue reading
[This article has been selected for DeFinis Communications’ “Top Presentation Strategies for Women” Blog Carnival. You can enjoy even more posts from other exceptional bloggers at http://www.definiscommunications.com/blog/blog-carnival-top-presentation-strategies-for-women.] We have three basic “voices” in our lives; our happy voice, which is a … Continue reading
Posted in Business, Business Communication, Organizational Communication, Politics, Public Speaking
Tagged Commentary, Editorial, Persuasion Skills, Politics, Public Speaking, Speaking, Women Speaking
There are a couple of questions that have bothered me over the last few decades and I would like to share my thoughts. Why would people not vote for an atheist running for city, county, state or federal office? Should … Continue reading
Posted in Atheism, EEOC Law, Politics, Religion
Tagged Atheism, Civil Rights Act, Commentary, Discrimination, Editorial, EEOC, First Amendment, Politics, Religion