If you want to convince your boss to give you a raise how would prove yourself to him/or her?
AS IN THINGS U COULD PROVE TO YOUR BOSS THAT WOULD MAKE HIM OR HER GIVE YOU THE RAISE?
Honestly, if you're a hard worker that goes above and beyond, you might be better off simply applying for a higher position that opens up in the company.
by preacherdon 7 years ago
There are many who are atheist and agnostic because they either don't know or don't believe God exists. Creation tells us that God exists but atheist explain Him away with evolution and Big Bangs. So, my question is, how can God prove Himself to the point where there would be no doubt? The Book of...
by kimberlyslyrics 7 years ago
man made textlucrative chapels and churchespedophile priestsno proofbased on faith?I am not trying to be disrespectful to anyones belief but please explain how you rationalize the truth in religion, any religion?Is it as simple as a need?
by Sid Kemp 6 years ago
Are you your own boss? And what does that mean to you?Are you (literally) your own boss, as an independent consultant or running your own company? Whether you are or not, do you feel like your own boss? And is that a good thing? Is it healthy and freeing? Or is it about not having to work? Or...
by Pagelift 6 years ago
How should I ask my boss for a raise? I've been at my job for 3 years with one raise.
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 19 months ago
Many believers like to say that Atheists should prove that there is no God. Believers should know that existence has to be proved, not the non-existence. If a thing exists, it is possible to prove its existence. So believers should prove the existence of God if he exists. But if they want to do it,...
by Thinkaboutit77 10 years ago
An Open Challenge to ALL Atheists and Agnostics: Prove that you would be willing to obey the One True God If His Existence Can Be ProvenMany people say they don't believe in the 1 True God (of the Bible) because there's no convincing evidence. BUT many of those same people ARE ONLY LOOKING FOR AN...
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