Today our students are learning how to write a solid resume for their future dream jobs!

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Cooper says to always be kind to one another. Remember to respect and be tolerant. Her unconditional love means the world to Marti and me. May you always have friends like Cooper in your lives.

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Each and every skill described within these pages are the foundation stones of living a successful life, being a decent and admirable person, and learning to develop the capacity to achieve the goals you set for yourself. Written in a friendly, straightforward manner, Daly lays out for us exactly what we need to know, and he does it in a way that makes it easy to enjoy, and easier to follow.

If someone could give you the keys to success in life and work, would you accept them? For a limited time…get the 74 Key Life Skills ½ off! Look at life as a game. Every game has skills and rules. When you play the game, you have to possess the skills and know the rules. If you don

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She's an adult, I'm afraid her wardrobe choices are none of your business.

Does a host always have to serve a meal? What are your thoughts on the subject? Inquiring minds want to know!

A close friend is having some work done on his home and needs to vacate for a day or two while the work is being finished. You've extended the invitation

Are you tuned in to what not to reveal at work? Could be a game changer.

At work, sharing the right aspects of yourself in the right ways is an art form. Disclosures that feel like relationship builders in the moment can wind up as obvious no-nos with hindsight. Trouble

Don't pass up this memo! It will help you be successful along the way.

Manners are something we hopefully learn as we get older, but not everyone gets the memo about certain behaviors. In fact, it's not uncommon for all of us to make a faux pas here and there, as there are number of etiquette rules you're probably forge

Here I am with teenagers in the classroom trying to teach them about respect and civility. We discuss how to be tolerant of others, the correct way to treat people, and how everyone around them is deserving of respect.

Then, they go home and turn on the television, and that’s where the disillusionment begins. delivers local breaking news, local sports, schools, nonprofits, obituaries, business, arts and entertainment, calendar, local opinions and more.

This is great advice for older people trying to secure a new job.

As the election draws nigh, because of the nature of the contract I am on, I am facing the prospect of possibly losing my job. Obviously, because unemployment levels are at the highest they’ve ever

A little humor to carry you through the day.

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School is in session! The Key Class is back at it!

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How to handle troublesome co-workers. Diane always has good advice.

From gossip queens to Debbie downers, it’s hard to escape office drama no matter where you work. And while we all have our particular pet peeves, could we be part of the problem? National etiquette expert Diane Gottsman offered tips on handling careless co

How would you handle this?

Modern Etiquette: How do I tell my family about my much younger partner? LEE SUCKLING Last updated 05:00, June 25 2016 123RF Don't focus on age when telling your friend or family member about your new relationship. It's not what matters to you, so don't let them think it's something that can matter…
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Interesting perspective attached with some good advice.

It's easy to call device-obsessed millennials rude. But you might be surprised about the advice they're seeking on their screens.

After reading this book, I feel like I'm going away with some new things to improve in my own life and business. -Melinda Pollard

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