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Mon, 04/28/2014 - 5:32am | by Lpaho13

When you’re between jobs, the last thing you want to hear is some motivational speech about how "when one door closes another one opens." The average platitudes we hear from well-meaning family and friends can become more than a little annoying. Still, it’s important that you don’t get too focused on the negative aspects of unemployment. The time you have now can actually help you find what you’re looking for; you just have to take a little time to consider several aspects of your current career track and your career goals.

Finding your bliss

 
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Fri, 11/09/2012 - 4:26pm | by Lpaho13

The sun assaults your eyes as it makes its way into the room through the tiny slits in your horizontal blinds. You roll over in your oh-so-soft bed and look at the clock. It reads noon. You roll back over and pull a pillow atop your face to block out the troublesome light.

 

Fri, 03/21/2014 - 1:37pm | by Lpaho13

Women today are busier than ever. Most of the time, you wish there were two of you just to keep up with all the things on your To Do list. The more successful you become, the more you feel like you need a personal assistant to keep your days in order. While a personal assistant or clone may not be the practical solution to the busy life you lead, technology has presented a few interesting options to help you manage your life, monitor your family and keep your busy schedule flowing.

A Slew of Mobile Apps to Consider

 

Fri, 11/09/2012 - 4:26pm | by Lpaho13

            Technology's integration into the modern classroom shows huge promise for education. But there are a few stumbling blocks on the path toward universal technology implementation in every classroom. If teachers and administrators are not advocates for new technologies in the classroom, there is little chance of it occurring by some sort of osmosis.

 
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Fri, 08/08/2014 - 12:56pm | by Lpaho13

Professional carpenters are distinguished from inept nail benders by their knowledge of what tools best match certain tasks. Unlike the person whose only tool is a hammer, social media users should view Google+ for what it is, not what some wish it were; it’s another tool. Just as a craftsperson wouldn’t use a chisel to do what a jig-saw could do better, networkers will do well to learn what applications best fit this new social networking implement. So far, those moving from early adopters to regular users seem to have figured out just that.

 
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