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50 Common Interview Questions and How to answer them

Review these typical interview questions and think about how you would answer them. Read the questions listed; you will also find some strategy suggestions with it. (Excerpted from the book The Accelerated Job Search by Wayne D. Ford, Ph.D, published by The Management Advantage, Inc.) 1. Tell me about yourself: The most often asked question in interviews. You need to have a short statement prepared in your mind. Be careful that it does not sound rehearsed. Limit it to work-related items unless instructed otherwise. Talk about things you have done and jobs you have held that relate to the position...

NIGERIAN IDOLS- Judging the Judges

If Safeeyat had been evicted, I would have stopped watching Nigerian Idols. Yes you heard me. Who cares you may dare say, but I dare to say the Judges with the exception of Femi Kuti have turned the show to a sham. I mean, what are they Judging? More than 2/3rd of Nigerians that I have had a street chat with are pissed with Yinka and her unnecessary theatrics. What is special about Moses, except the bland unemotional voice that turns shrill in My ears! *Gawd* For the records I believe the only reason he is still in the competition...

Growing our Catering Outfit; Entrepreneurial Lessons

A couple of years ago my Fiance (Now my wife) was rambling through her pack of business cards from various clients because she needed a contact, when she stumbled upon an event planners Business card which described the owner as a "certified Events Planner", suddenly her face lit up and she said to me "Honey" "Yes" I said barely lifting up my head from Seth Godin's "Purple Cow" that I was reading. "I think I have gotten the clue. I need to be an intern under this woman who is a 'certified event planner' " so my dream of starting...

The 10 Commandments of Social Media for Brands

    I got this fantastic Article on Mashable and I know you'll like it. It was written by Scott Steinberg, a top-ranked international event speaker on the lecture circuit, is a bestselling expert on leadership and innovation, and the head of strategic consultancy TechSavvy Global. His website is Fleeting as social media exchanges may seem, they can have a pronounced impact on business and their influence can echoe far beyond a simple post or retweet. While the anonymous, public and often informal nature of Internet dialogue often leads corporations to relax their guard, it’s important to note: Managing...

A Lesson From the World’s Richest People

By John Warrillow One of the most fascinating elements of Switzerland's success is its determination to remain neutral under unimaginable pressure to pick sides. The country has not declared a state of war since 1847 (it never entered the World Wars or the Iraq war) and opted out of joining the European Union. They didn't even join the United Nations until 2002 and that was only after a country-wide referendum. Despite what you may think of Switzerland's neutral geopolitical stance, it is hard to argue with the economic results of neutrality: The World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report currently ranks Switzerland's...