• Office
    Setting up Your New Office

    If the office from which you operate is well set up, both you and your business will be far more efficient. Aside from the fact that you will have all of the equipment you need to do...

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  • Nurse Educator
    Becoming a Nurse Educator: What You Need to Know

    When looking back at your nursing school experience, much of your time would have been spent studying for exams and trying to retain as much information as possible. What you may not have considered is going into...

    • Posted 7 months ago
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  • 7 Healthy Habits You Should Start Working On This 2019

    Janus is typically portrayed as having 2 faces on his head, looking in the opposite directions of backwards (the past) and forwards (the future). Ancient Romans drew from this symbolism; they saw the bookend dates of December...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • Career After fifty
    How to Change Your Career After Fifty

    When you reach your middle years, even if you’re healthy and young for your age, you may feel you’d like a change of pace or fancy exploring new possibilities such as starting your own business. If the work...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • When Love Hurts
    October 23, 2018-Help! My Job is Killing Me!

    By Mary Southerland— Today’s Truth Never be lazy in your work, but serve the Lord enthusiastically (Romans 12:11, NLT). Friend to Friend I recently stopped at a local discount store to pick up a few things. When...

    • Posted 12 months ago
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  • Those Lazy Days of Summer

    “Lazy hands make a man poor, but diligent hands bring wealth.” Proverbs 10:4 Don’t you just love lounging around in the summertime? I do. I enjoy laying in my hammock, watching the puffy clouds float by. I...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • Top 5 Signs that You’re STUCK at Work

    By Sandra Ford Walston – In tough economic times, it is easy to feel stuck—stuck in the wrong job, stuck in a failing company or stuck in the unemployment line. But a slow economy does not necessarily...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • Your Best Place

    By Nancie Carmichael – Funny how some things stick in your mind. I was 23 and a young mom of two, and my husband had recently accepted a position in a church. I was a very unwilling...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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  • What My Five Careers Have Taught Me: Top 10 Lessons of Career Reinvention

    By Kathy Caprino, M.A. – I’ve significantly revised my career numerous times over my 25 years of working, and each time, I’ve learned some powerful, surprising lessons — about myself, my capabilities, perceptions, misconceptions, and about what...

    • Posted 8 years ago
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