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The Excellent Sales Job

Finding the right sales job means the difference between a great life and a life of job hopping. With that much difference at stake, the right company needs to have the right mix of everything, much like the cosmic balance that enables us to live on a very special rock called Earth.   1. Good [...]

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The Management Job

The management role is a most fulfilling job that requires a lot of input and hard work. We have probably seen a lot of people that are not worthy of their management job in our working lives, and some of us have seen that management by means of sheer appointment does not last long. Bad [...]

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The Past Does Not Equate The Future

“Damn, I have not done well”, I said.   “Me too, only 2 sales now. What have you left?” Andy asked.   “3 hours. What have you left?”   “My faith”.   Every second that has passed could only potentially leave a fragment of memory. Every second that presents itself now could potentially make history. [...]

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The Rules of The Game of Life

  1. You reap what you sow   Although the amount of work would not have a constant proportion to the rewards receivable, it is inevitable that the more you reap, the more you sow. Maintaining wealth is a whole new level from creating wealth, but to get there first, you need to put in [...]

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The Ties That Liberate

For whom do you work for?   Few work is enjoyable all the time, unless you happen to be a professional gamer. For most of us, the reason why we work boils down to: people. People who care about us, people whom we care about, people whose life we want to make a difference in. [...]

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Social Calibration

People who are able to speak well have an advantage in all areas of their lives. They have more fulfilling relationships and friendships, get paid significantly higher, and seem to have an edge over others in all aspects of life. Why is that so?   Because learning how to communicate to another individual is crucial [...]

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Mizerable

“ Spinning and spinning, in a time left behind, I am now Les Mizerable” – <Mizerable>, by Gackt     Here is a question to ponder over.    What makes one miserable?   I have once come across a fresh definition of “miserable” and it has since been entrenched in my mind.   It is [...]

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Faith

  What is Faith?   Apparently there is no consensus.   “There is a wide spectrum of opinion with respect to the epistemological validity of faith. On one extreme is logical positivism, which denies the validity of any beliefs held by faith; on the other extreme is fideism, which holds that true belief can only [...]

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Personalities the Employer Is Looking For

When you are applying for a sales position, the core basis of the interviewer’s assessment will be your personality and attitudes. Different sales jobs require a mixture of traits in a narrowly defined spectrum.  There are some of the traits you have to embody to “pass” the interview.   1. Extraversion   An extrovert connects [...]

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Soldiering

Soldiering refers to the intentional behavior of workers to withhold using their full capability at work. The essay relating to this concept, published by Frederick Winslow Taylor, is just a year more than a century year old. Remarkably, 101 years later, the behavior of soldiering still holds true, even for a “competitive” country like ours. [...]

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