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Monthly archive November, 2011

“May I Take Notes?” (and 300 Other Questions that Will Get You the Job)

Ask a memorably good question in a job interview and the job could be yours for the taking.  Ask a memorably bad question (i.e., “Will I have an office or a cubicle?”), and you may as well cross that company off your list.   LearnMore
Reinvention to the Rescue – How to Revive a Shaken Brand

Reinvention to the Rescue – How to Revive a Shaken Brand

How will you pick up the pieces once your brand’s foundation has been shaken by a brand crisis?  LearnMore
Communicating with Purpose

Communicating with Purpose

Have you ever walked into a room only to realize you don’t remember what you went in there for?  You stand there and try to remember but just end up wasting time instead.  Now image involving another party in this situation.  You’re communicating with a customer but you can’t articulate the conversation’s purpose!   LearnMore

Paul Merriman Returns to PBS with “Financial Fitness After 50”

Paul Merriman, author of Financial Fitness Forever, will be back on PBS starting December 1st with “Financial Fitness After 50,” a program created to help America’s 79 million baby boomers manage and grow their money in retirement.  LearnMore
"An Amazing Ride": The Life of a Food Truck Entrepreneur

“An Amazing Ride”: The Life of a Food Truck Entrepreneur

If you’re a regular in Midtown Manhattan, then you probably know the Mexicue truck. Started by Dave Schillace and Thomas Kelly, Mexicue has people lining up around the block to taste their “spicy smoky union of Mexican and BBQ.”  Dave and Tom didn’t set out in life to drive a food truck  LearnMore
"Real Artists Ship" and More Leadership Wisdom from Steve Jobs

“Real Artists Ship” and More Leadership Wisdom from Steve Jobs

“Real artists ship.” Perhaps nothing says more about the Steve Jobs legacy than these three prescient words uttered to a Macintosh development team way back in 1984. Peter Sander, author of the new book What Would Steve Jobs Do?, uncovers how Jobs so expertly married his innovative techniques with effective leadership.  LearnMore
Stroke Prevention and Management

Stroke Prevention and Management

Dr. Stephen Hauser, Neurology editor for Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 18th Edition, discusses the changing landscape of the clinical management of carotid stenosis and the ICSS and CREST studies that are testing the relative value of stenting versus endarterectomy. Visit http://harrisonsIM.com to watch more videos from Dr. Hauser and the authors of  Harrison’s Principles...  LearnMore
Seven McGraw-Hill Authors Rank among World’s Most Influential Business Thinkers

Seven McGraw-Hill Authors Rank among World’s Most Influential Business Thinkers

  Marshal Goldsmith, Don Tapscott, and five other McGraw-Hill authors received the prestigious distinction of being selected for the 2011 Thinkers50 list of the world’s most influential business thinkers. Number one ranked is McGraw-Hill author Clayton Christensen  LearnMore
Investor's Business Daily Radio -- Something is in the Air: UPDATED AIR TIME

Investor’s Business Daily Radio — Something is in the Air: UPDATED AIR TIME

PLEASE TUNE IN TO A SECOND BONUS AIRING OF “HOW TO MAKE MONEY IN STOCKS,” THIS SUNDAY AT 10:3oAM (PACIFIC)  LearnMore
"BIOS is dead! Long Live UEFI!"

“BIOS is dead! Long Live UEFI!”

At CompTIA’s EMEA 2011 conference, Mike Meyers proclaimed to an audience of technologists “BIOS is dead. Long live UEFI!”  LearnMore
CNBC is "Bullish" on Mark Murphy and "Hiring for Attitude"

CNBC is “Bullish” on Mark Murphy and “Hiring for Attitude”

CBNC’s “Bullish on Books” blog selected its Best Holiday Books of the Season. There among the reads picked to deliver prosperity every day of the year is Hiring for Attitude, by Mark Murphy.  LearnMore
Medical Students Discuss Work-Life Balance

Medical Students Discuss Work-Life Balance

Dr. Karen Sibert wrote an op-ed that appeared in the New York Times last summer that did not sit well with many medical students. She opined that if work-life balance is important then one should not become a doctor because medicine should not be considered a part-time job.  LearnMore