Thursday 31 December 2009 at 1:15 pm
The wagon train to 2010 is about to leave the fort. If you fell off the wagon in 2009, this is your chance to get back on. If you were thrown from the wagon in 2009, this is your chance to get back on. If your ride was rough in 2009, but you held on and the train in 2010 may get smoother. Whatever your situation was in 2009, you can leave it behind or take it with you. The choice is yours!
The bus to 2010 is about to leave the terminal. If you were kicked off the bus in 2009 this is your opportunity to get back on. If you were thrown under the bus in 2009 this is your opportunity to get out from under and get back on. If you enjoyed the ride of your life in 2009, the bus to 2010 cannot leave fast enough for you. Whatever your situation was in 2009, you can leave it behind or take it with you. The choice is yours!
The roller coaster to 2010 is about to leave the platform. Some are fearful to get on. Others are excited with anticipation. Everyone fastens their safety belt. Some close their eyes and wait for it to be over. Others, eyes wide open and hands in the air, want the ride to continue. Whatever your situation was in 2009, you can leave it behind or take it with you. The choice is yours!
The ball is about to drop on 2009 but it will rise in 2010. The wagon train, bus and roller coaster are leaving because the 2009 ride has ended and another beginning. Whatever your situation was in 2009, you can leave it behind or take it with you. The choice is yours!
Saturday 26 December 2009 at 5:30 pm
The phrase "hit the ground running," means to get off to a brisk and successful start. I recall an episode of Seinfeld where Jerry meets a high school track rival. Jerry had defeated him in a race where Jerry was crowned the fastest runner. Jerry, of course, basked in the adulation he received and flaunted his status throughout high school.
Wednesday 23 December 2009 at 12:50 pm
Everyone is familiar with the phrase "Beam me up Scotty!" from the TV series Star Trek. Today that phrase has given way to "Sync me up Scotty!" In the old days people would sync their watches and clocks today they sync their mobile devices. The applications are endless, or so they seem, and we are so accustomed to instant updates. How long has it been since you last synched your contact list, calendar, podcasts, music, etc? Not long, I suspect. It is a daily ritual.
Tuesday 15 December 2009 at 6:25 pm
Primal A Quest for the Lost Soul of Christianity by Mark Batterson
A review by Tom Cairns
Friday 11 December 2009 at 8:40 pm
I don't know about you but when it comes to recruiting, I am tired of the phrase "the best and the brightest." Although, I admit I am guilty of using it ad nausea. However, the truth be known I have hired some who turned out shall we say not "the best and the brightest."
Tuesday 08 December 2009 at 11:47 am
I can't believe I Googled "define career search" and failed to come up with a definition. Yet, by googling "define job search" I was able to find "the act of looking for employment." It is interesting that the definition of career is "chosen pursuit; a profession or occupation." Another meaning of profession is job and the same is true of occupation. However, apparently people look for job's not career's. Is there a difference?
Monday 07 December 2009 at 4:47 pm
Can you walk backwards and talk at the same time? If you can, you have met one of the requirements to be a Page at NBC.