These are the Real Questions You Ask in an Interview

There is an intriguing book entitled “You’re Not the Person I Hired.” Janet Boydell, Barry Deutsch, and Brad Remillard have written specifically about how to avoid hiring mistakes. It is a worthwhile use of time and money to buy, read and apply the lessons learned.

Every owner is guaranteed to make some mistakes when hiring; there is no sure proof method of hiring only the best people. Generally, employers want individuals who are technically competent, have initiative, get along well with ...

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Are You A Pretender or a Contender?

The four major sports leagues in America are all active at a crucial time of year.

The National Football League has its teams in training camps and playing exhibition games, trying to determine which players to keep and which ones to release.

The National Basketball Association is getting ready to open training camps in a few short weeks with many teams trying to finalize their rosters in the days ahead.

The National Hockey League has its players staying in shape for the upcoming ...

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Do You Want Better Results? Try Accountability!

By 1971, Clint Eastwood had become a world famous movie star, just a few years removed from playing a supporting role on the television series Rawhide. He’d since found fame as The Man with No Name in Sergio Leone’s A Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and in the blockbusters Hang ‘em High and Where Eagles Dare.

Eastwood was ready for a new challenge, this time behind the camera. He told ...

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