What would you do if you had a self-proclaimed friend who did not hire you when you wanted him to, mostly because he knows what a liability you are? Keep working on it for three years? Present your leverage to him causing him to appear mad as hell, but letting him know you're the boss now? Set a trap and get some dirt on him to force him to? Write up a glowing account of your brilliance in the local business journal? Pretend like you're him? Or, break one of the three hundreds in your wallet by getting a Subway sandwich insightfully realizing that it must, of course, be low blood sugar?
by Daffy Duck 8 years ago
It's been said that working with family is a mistake. Do you agree? If you owned a business would you bring in family or friends?
by M. T. Dremer 7 years ago
Would you hire someone without a degree in Graphic Design?I have years of experience with graphic design software, but I don't have any sort of degree in graphic design (my degree is in creative writing). I've been applying to some jobs recently without much luck and I was wondering how much the...
by Eric Dierker 6 years ago
I reckon this to take a month or so. Folk who left did not just pack up. They keep a finger in all pots.But they do not still focus here. Can we learn? Can we learn without attacking me? Probably not. but let us try. I have hundreds of followers let us see what they say without attacking me.I love...
by jbedcgreatstuff 10 years ago
"If you can master the technique I am about to share with you, you will always have hundreds of hungry web visitors thirsting for your knowledge and more importantly interested in your products or service. You will have ultimately created the perfect wealth formula.There are tons of ways to...
by Steven Escareno 4 years ago
According to Young Turks, Abercrombie and Fitch got into a serious legal battle for NOT hiring a woman that wanted to wear her hijab if she was hired. She claimed that it's part of her religion, and how it represents modesty. Needless to say, they didn't hire her because the hijab...
by Simone Haruko Smith 7 years ago
Like it or not, we all have to deal with insurance (or a lack thereof) at some point or another. What have you learned about selecting, using, going with or without, and switching various types of insurance? Consider sharing the lessons you have learned with the world at large.I’ve done some...
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