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What standup comics can teach you about public speaking I know you have heard it a million times: Most people fear public speaking more than they fear death. I think "being buried alive" comes in as a distant third (but for some people, you never know). So, how about those courageous folks who perform on stage?
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Career wisdom in just 6 words By Anne Fisher, contributor If someone asked you to sum up in six words what you've learned so far about how to succeed in business, what would you say? When Smith magazine and consulting firm Mercer posed the question last year, they got thousands of entries, which they winnowed down to 400 for a book called Six Words About Work. A sampling of the winners:
Wellesley High grads told: “You’re not special” | The Swellesley Report We’d been hearing good things over the weekend about Wellesley High School English teacher David McCullough, Jr.’s faculty speech to the Class of 2012 last Friday. Here it is, in its entirety, courtesy of Mr. McCullough: Dr. Wong, Dr. Keough, Mrs.
Crafting a good résumé for a job search is difficult enough. Doing so in later life—when issues like age discrimination potentially come into play—is tougher yet. To get a better idea of how job seekers age 50-plus should approach this task, we spoke with Don Weintraub, managing director of performance improvement and career services at ExecuNet, a business and career network for senior-level executives. How to Write a Résumé: Advice for Older Job Seekers
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