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Kirk Stange from Stange Law Firm talks about: Why Hire A Divorce Attorney? This is based on an article on www.familylawheadquarters.com dated September 19, 2013.
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The process to getting a great job is to start with a great application process and a resume for each job you seek. Learn now to complete a master application. Make the master application a job search tool.
Using the wrong job title extends job search. Job skills must match the job you want. Marketing your job search is a tool for getting hired. Learn now to match your skills to several titles. Learn to market your skills. You are the product. You have skills. You have to learn to market yourself. Everyone is marketable. Think of yourself as a walking, talking commercial.
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Print the list of 300 corporations from my last show. These are 300 corporations, not companies. 300 CEOs for these 300 corporations met with the President early 2014 and agreed to do their part in getting America back to work. They are doing what they promised. As job seekers you have to do your part. Present to them the person who can get the job done. The right look, skills, work experience, education, ability to fit the climate of that company, and ability to communicate based on job desired. Go to these companies, preferrably as a walk-in and ask for work. Carry with you a resume, master application, business card, and a pleasant personality. You have been referred by the president of the United States. Make the President proud of our efforts.
Our LAW LOVER'S LOUNGE™ series addresses a general overview of some of the most important issues to the general public! Attorney Courtney E. Anderson has owned a general practice law firm since 1998 in Texas, USA.
There is no client relationship created between this show and Attorney Courtney E. Anderson, or The Law Offices of Courtney E. Anderson (Litigation-Mitigation.com). The content in these shows is for general educational purposes and is not the delivery of legal services. This episode addresses the topic of,“How do I Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney?”
The phone rings in the middle of the night. Oh no, any call at this time is bringing bad news. Unfortunately, your friend/ relative/ etc. has been arrested and needs your help. You know what jail they are in but nothing else. How do you hire a criminal defense attorney to help them?
In this episode we address the variety of outcomes of criminal cases in the USA. Many cases are simply dismissed by the government. Some are placed on hold (deferred) pending the successful outcome of a negotiated arrangement (typically with conditions that the defendant take classes to learn not engage in these types of behaviors, pay fines, not get arrested or convicted of any other crimes, pass drug tests, etc.). If all the conditions are met at the end of an agreed period (e.g., 12 months), the case is dismissed. In these instances there is no criminal conviction and the defendant is able to move forward in life comfortable that they are able to obtain housing, jobs, etc., without a criminal record as an obstacle in their lives.
In other instances defendants prefer to accept short jail terms (“lay it out”) and plead no-contest. The desired outcome (and the related legal services) dictate what type of criminal lawyer to hire. Should you hire the cheapest lawyer that you see advertised? Why or why not? Let’s discuss this issue!
Recruiter, Ashley Johnson will talk to us about what recruiters are looking for when they are prospecting to hire. In this episode you will learn what you may be doing right or wrong while in the pursuit of a new job. Stay tuned for awesome tips on how get the job of your dreams.
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In this episode of RayDO… Jerry Banfield joins us to talk about building a presence online and whether you should hire a professional or try to do it yourself. 1:15 – Rated “R” for Raymmar Why some of these podcasts have been a little crude in the past and how this is all a learning […]
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I have already written a column imploring the Knicks to hire Mark Jackson and hire him immediately, which will turn Steve Kerr into Steve Who? The New York Times is reporting today that there are three primary candidates, Brian Shaw (who already has a job with the Nuggets), Luke Walton (who has never coached before), and Kurt Rambis, an assistant with the Lakers. The New York Daily News says also in the mix is Derek Fisher, who can't really be interviewed right now given that he is playing in the Western Conference finals for the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Why is it that the new coach coming in has to be a triangle aficianado? Or is that really the case?
How about grabbing a guy who just led the Golden State Warriors to a 51-win season and might have made it out of the first round if he had somebody able-bodied enough to match up with DeAndre Jordan. A guy from New York. A guy who played for the Knicks. Twice.
You know what it is? It would just make too much sense. And when things make sense, the Knicks are usually not involved. Seriously, has there ever been an owner more reviled than Jim Dolan is? Oh yeah, that Steinbrenner guy. But at least he turned the fans his way before it was all said and done. Dolan has a long, long way to go to get there.
More on the Knicks, along with plenty of talk about the NBA playoffs in this interview with Brian Fritz of 740TheGame in Orlando.
The best selling book, Good to Great by Jim Collins, is about getting the right people “on the bus” and getting the wrong people “off the bus”... the "bus" being your company/organization. This is essential to having healthily functional company/organization. But many struggle to correctly identify which ones are the "right ones" and differentiate them from the "wrong ones”. Whether a company is expanding (hiring) or contracting (doing layoffs), it is so important to know who to hire and who to fire. Today’s guest, Jim Blanchard of Strategic Positioning, will discuss a proven strategy to build the right team.
Created BY mortgage professional FOR mortgage professionals, Lykken on Lending is a weekly 60-minute radio program hosted by mortgage veteran, David Lykken. Joining the program each week is Alice Alvey providing a LEGISLATIVE UPDATE, Joe Farr with a MARKET UPDATE, Andy Schell (a/k/a "The Profit Doctor") providing valuable info on FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT and TONY GARRITANO providing a TECHNOLOGY UPDATE.
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Each week I interview an investor, an expert in business development, financing, marketing or management, or an entrepreneur who offers some keen insights into building your business...
Francis Cannon is a Business Development Coach and a Business Relationship Coach.
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