Interview Part 1 With Paula Renaye

Simple Productivity Blog

I am thrilled today to publish an interview I had with Paula Renaye, author of The Hardline Self Help Handbook: What Are You Willing to Do to Get What You Really Want? This interview has been split into two posts, both published today, to make the reading a bit easier. The second part of the interview can be found at Part 2. The Hardline Self Help Handbook: What Are You Willing to Do to Get What You Really Want? Interview with Paula Renaye, Part 1.

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Interview Part 2 with Paula Renaye

Simple Productivity Blog

I am thrilled today to publish an interview I had with Paula Renaye, author of The Hardline Self Help Handbook: What Are You Willing to Do to Get What You Really Want? This interview has been split into two posts, both published today, to make the reading a bit easier. The first part can be found at Interview Part 1. This interview is part of the virtual book tour she is doing with The Hardline Self Help Handbook. Interview with Paula Renaye, Part 2.

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Dressing For Success While Cracking That Office Dress Code

Office Dynamics

When this setting includes interviews and more importantly the path of your future it is imperative that you consciously craft the right professional image. Beyond the vague employee handbook (received after the offer) there is no concrete definitions for what warrants an appropriate outfit from the next. One thing that remains unquestioned is the importance of appearance on interview day.

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Great resources for assistants on Twitter

Practically Perfect PA

SecretaryPA: Souters provides training in London for PAs, also tweet about career advice, tips for office work, interviews and lifestyle. Suefrance: Author of The Definitive Personal Assistant & Secretarial Handbook. Earlier this week I wrote a piece on Social Media Do’s and Don’ts for assistants so I thought I would carry on with that theme and try to convince you all to join Twitter! Twitter really is a great place for learning as well as being social.

Break Through Stuckness With Hardline Self Help

Simple Productivity Blog

Look for the interview with Paula Renaye, author of. The Hardline Self Help Handbook: What Are You Willing to Do to Get What You Really Want? The methods of The Hardline Self Help Handbook by Paula Renaye can help you get through the stuff that is keeping you stuck and help you move into the future of your making. Book: The Hardline Self Help Handbook. on Monday 11 July 2011. The Law of Attraction is all well and good, but it doesn’t work for everybody.

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How to Make a Good Impression

Ian's Messy Desk

Mirroring the behaviour is not so easy to maintain, especially in technical interviews. Comment by Sravan on September 29, 2010 @ 5:47 am Trackbacks Reading Eyes in Face Reading | Reading Gestures Leave a comment Subscribe to blog posts by Email The Essential Motivation Handbook The Zen Habits Handbook for Life! Ian’s Messy Desk Helping you get the most out of the 24 hours in your day.

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The Good, Better, Best of Professional Development for Admins

Jen Lawrence

A few years ago, I interviewed to be the executive assistant to the CEO of a biomedical company. And right there and then, I politely, but firmly ended the interview. I walked out of an interview with the CEO of a major biomedical company because he didn’t believe in investing in admins. The Definitive Executive Assistant and Managerial Handbook: A Professional Guide to Leadership for all PAs, Senior Secretaries, Office Managers and Executive Assistants by Sue France.

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A Look at Email: A MacSparky Field Guide

Productivityist

Chock full of screencasts (36 in all), interviews with some very smart email power users (including some you may not have thought of, like Rob Corddry, Aisha Tyler, and David Wain), and illustrated by Mike Rohde (author of The Sketchnote Handbook and another friend of mine), David Sparks'' latest effort is well worth the $9.99

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2 Measures of effective productivity systems…

Ian's Messy Desk

ask.metafilter.com) The Best Productivity System There Is (celestinechua.com) Related Posts: A Personal Time-Management Self-Assessment Interviews With Productivity Experts at Productivity501 links for 2006-08-19 Productivity Did you enjoy this post? Comments Trackbacks Thirty Days » Blog Archive » Monday Link-Fest Leave a comment Subscribe to blog posts by Email The Essential Motivation Handbook The Zen Habits Handbook for Life!

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10 Tips to Help Keep Your Desk Clean

Ian's Messy Desk

« Ian’s Messy Desk 10 Tips to Help Keep Your Desk Clean « Ian’s Messy Desk at www.lemasney.com Top Five Posts for March 2007 8 common time wasters Merrick Management Blog » Blog Archive » 10 Tips to Help Keep Your Desk Clean Interview: Best Post at Productivity501 10 ????????????? | ?????§FlyingWelkin Ian’s Messy Desk Helping you get the most out of the 24 hours in your day.

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50 Ways to Strive for Excellence in Life

Dumb Little Man

If you are afraid of sharing your struggles, then start by interviewing your mentor about his/her path to success. Name it as you wish: a life guide, a life handbook, a mission book – but make sure you have one. Most of us want to excel in life, but there’s just one problem. People often rely on what their society has to say when it comes to determining whether they’re succeeding or not.

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10 Tips to Creating a New Life Direction

Ian's Messy Desk

Besides the internet, try to talk to people who will let you have an informational interview or give you the real scoop on the areas you are interested in. Comment by lynne quintana on July 19, 2010 @ 2:51 am Trackbacks Leave a comment Subscribe to blog posts by Email The Essential Motivation Handbook The Zen Habits Handbook for Life! Ian’s Messy Desk Helping you get the most out of the 24 hours in your day.

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Can Grammar Be Taught?

Daily Writing Tips

They will be the ones who, because HR managers were dismayed by grammatical errors and spelling mistakes in cover letters and on résumés, won’t get contacted for a job interview. This argument does not mean to suggest that skill drills are useless; children and adults alike benefit from writing guides and grammar handbooks.

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50 Ways to Strive for Excellence in Life

Dumb Little Man

If you are afraid of sharing your struggles, then start by interviewing your mentor about his/her path to success. Keep a life guide Name it as you wish: a life guide, a life handbook, a mission book – but make sure you have one. The society in which you grow up determines by and large how you perceive excellence and the goal of getting the very best out of your life. Some cultures might attribute excellence to a few brilliant, hard-working, exceptional cases.

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Book Review: “Good Prose: The Art of Nonfiction”

Daily Writing Tips

This isn’t a chapter-and-verse handbook, but it illustrates how a good editor can help a writer turn an amorphous mass of research, interview transcripts, and observations into a compelling story. You may never work with an editor, but whether you do, or you work only with an internal editor, Good Prose: The Art of Nonfiction will provide insight into the process of developing content.

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Why poor spelling and grammar hurt your career

45 Things

But that casualness also can mean that we send messages riddled with errors and poorly written, say Brenda Greene and Helen Cunningham, authors of The Business Style Handbook. They recently updated their book and re-connected with many of the Fortune 500 employers they interviewed years ago to find that no matter the profession, employees are writing more. "I A couple of years ago I played the game Cranium for the first time.

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How to Become a Copy Editor

Daily Writing Tips

Find a managing editor — often, MEs are former copy editors — or a current copy editor at a nearby company (or locate a freelancer) and request an informational interview. Just make sure you don’t try to turn it into a job interview, that you answer the “dumb” questions yourself ahead of time (by reading articles like this one) and compile some detailed, insightful queries, and keep your promise not to take up too much of their time.

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Secrets Revealed: What They're Really Looking at When You're a New Employee

45 Things

Because while the human resources department may have provided you with two days worth of training and given you an employee handbook as thick as the Trenton phone book, you've just screwed up in a way you never imagined: You ate at your desk. Recently I interviewed several employers who told me that it's often the little things -- like eating at your desk when everyone always eats in the break room -- that can trip up a new worker. It's your first day at a new job.

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2 Big Myths About Work You Need to Ditch

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Wednesday, October 28, 2009 2 Big Myths About Work You Need to Ditch When I was writing my last book , one of the things I focused on was that the world of work was different than the world outside of work. I suggest everyone get their employee handbook out, and read carefully the company policy.

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If Tiger Woods Can Learn to Play Ping Pong, Why Can't You?

45 Things

Recently I interviewed Alan Brown, a DHL pilot for 20 years. Check out the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook to see where industry growth and jobs are expected.) The thought of Tiger Woods not playing golf is enough to cause many fans and amateur golfers to hyperventilate. But what if one day no one wanted to pay to watch golf, and all the sponsors said they would rather start supporting ping pong? Would you advise Tiger to switch to ping pong?

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On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: 5 Important Rules for New Employees

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Tuesday, April 20, 2010 5 Important Rules for New Employees No one forgets their first job, just like no one forgets their first love. On your first day you were probably given a stack of paperwork to sign and shuttled off to human resources where you signed more stuff and were given an employee handbook.

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Service Untitled» Blog Archive » Book Review: The Retail Doctor's.

Service Untitled

Home About Service Untitled Subscribe for Free Consulting Contact Archives Book Review: The Retail Doctor’s Guide to Growing Your Business Cheryl July 16, 2010 Book Reviews , Customer Satisfaction , Customer Service , Employees , Hiring & Training , Interviews No Comments I just finished reading The Retail Doctor’s Guide to Growing Your Business - A Step-By-Step Approach to Quickly Diagnose, Treat, and Cure written by Bob Phibbs.

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