Posts Tagged ‘work ethic’

  • What To Look For When Choosing A Contractor To Remodel Your Bathroom

    Aug 7, 13 • 807 Views • Home ImprovementComments Off on What To Look For When Choosing A Contractor To Remodel Your Bathroom

    If you’re ready to invest in a bathroom renovation, then you’re going to be forking out a lot of money and entrusting a huge job to a virtual stranger. Even [&hellip...

  • How To Prepare For Your Last Year Of University

    Jul 10, 13 • 716 Views • EducationComments Off on How To Prepare For Your Last Year Of University

    The last year of University is a daunting one whether you’re in the field of science or marketing, either way it all comes down to how you perform in this [&hellip...

  • Ergonomic Office Chairs vs. “Cool” Office Chairs

    Oct 19, 12 • 766 Views • Business, General, LifestyleComments Off on Ergonomic Office Chairs vs. “Cool” Office Chairs

    There seems to be a trend of making offices fun and quirky, colorful and relaxed, especially in the big corporations where most of the work is highly creative and intellectually [&hellip...

  • How To Diversify Your Modeling Portfolio

    Oct 15, 12 • 1179 Views • CreativityComments Off on How To Diversify Your Modeling Portfolio

    Because of its many positive attributes and benefits, becoming a model is easily one of the most competitive professions out there (in fact; although considered primarily to be for women, [&hellip...

  • Help! My Line Manager Doesn’t Love Me Any More

    Oct 2, 12 • 717 Views • BusinessComments Off on Help! My Line Manager Doesn’t Love Me Any More

    There’s a lot of pressure when starting out in a new job. On top of undergoing the thorough training that is required to thrive in your position, your line manager’s [&hellip...

  • How Volunteer Work Can Beef Up Your Resume

    Sep 25, 12 • 809 Views • EducationComments Off on How Volunteer Work Can Beef Up Your Resume

    Volunteering at a favorite organization is a positive thing to do from a number of different perspectives. Personally, you’ll feel good about yourself and about contributing to the greater good [&hellip...