Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin and countless others. Most professionals uses these sites to improved and increase business contracts.
Many recruiters and business routinely search these online profiles to see more information about applicants. People should make an effort to make their profiles look professional and show off talents.
Managing and mining social media has become an important part of business public relations. Social media can really improve prospects both professionally and socially if managed well.
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Monday, June 21, 2010
The most effective way to learn how to win is being mentally tough. You must come to the realization that every emotion, motion, and act contributes to a positive outcome. Winning is really an end result of being able to perform your best when it counts the most. Preparing yourself to give the best performance regardless of outcome prepares you mentally to win.
Winning does not guarantee happiness, so defining success can provide some inner peace. Reaching for a goal and enjoying the journey there gives us a chance for fulfillment.
Strength and success is a true inner belief and a positive attitude. Learning to win and being success is a journey, brick by brick, down the golden road. Let enjoy the journey!
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
For years striving to achieve a six pack of abs but always only achieving a three pack. If achieving a three pack is reality, does accepting this image define getting real.
Achieving physical beauty is only part of the mix, but being comfortable with who you are is equally important. When you look in the mirror or walk down the beach, it nice to be happy with your image. Hopefully, insanity work out will lead to the six pack abs I been looking for. Enjoy your summer and have yourself a day at the beach! Here is to a great look!
Sunday, June 6, 2010
BP and their CEO have not take responsiblity for the worst oil spill in U.S. history and they have to pay dearly. Us as consumers must take repsonbility and never purchase purchase products from companies that do not act responsible. In some sense, the US work force and consumers must fight to keep and bring jobs into the US.
As more individuals fail to take repsonbility, more over all corruption occurs. The US as a country and inviduals in particular must get back to doing the right thing. Fight for a better tomorrow and a bright future.
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
The primary cause of the oil spill disaster is the British Petroleum management pushed to continue to make huge profits in the tune of millions per day over implementing and testing safety and security measures to protect the environment and it's employees.
There is an alarming number of industries (banking for example) that have been allowed to focus only on profits, the results have been catastrophic for consumers; and this trend will continue until consumers vote with their dollars. I believe management can balance making profits while providing safety and protection for the environment.
After reviewing British Petroleum summary of what caused the disaster, it is clear that safety was secondary and Government over site and enforcement was lacking at best. The overall set up of the oil rig (which is true across the oil industry) lacks the automatic kill to the oil well that is used in most countries in Europe. This whole incident high lights how far behind the world the US is in regards to developing and managing energy.
The main issue related to the oil disaster is mechanism called the blow out preventer. The oil ring owner and
British Petroleum knew there was a problem with this device, that was never addressed. The systems used to measure and test oil pressure to prevent an explosion failed along with emergency disconnect system. The failure of all these systems is not coincidence, but systemic. Obviously the government decision to provide waivers on this project is tragic.
British Petroleum, US government, and the American people have a huge price to pay for such a deep failure. I hope the oil industry specifically cleans itself up and we, the American consumer demand more from companies we deal with. Hopefully, the tide will turn in the right direction.