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Key Words For Resume and Cover Letter Construction

Key Words For Resume and Cover Letter Construction

Working From Home as a General Transcriber Over the past three years, I’ve touched on transcription in the form of company reviews and a list of sites that hire. I’ve never really gone into a lot of detail about what transcription is and how to get started. This post is meant to be a basic overview of general transcription. In the coming months, you may see more of these overviews of various work from home career fields. What is general transcription? As you may or may not know, transcription is basically listening to an audio file and typing out what you hear. Who is cut out for general transcription? If you are a decent typist with a good ear and you’re pretty comfortable using your computer for things like downloading files, doing research, etc., then transcription may be a good option for you. Why is general transcription a recommended work from home option? While there are some companies that require you to do transcription on-site, there are MANY that will allow you to do it from home. How well does general transcription pay?

Time Management is as much about how we think as about what we do Image by ‘Feelart’ Our perception of time has been shown to play a crucial role in time management. Research has shown that humans think in terms of “time perspective.” This means that despite the fact that we live in the present, we tend to think of time as past, present and future. 1. Everyone thinks in terms of these 5 time perspectives to a greater or lesser extent, and it is how heavily we think in terms of these 5 perspectives that determines our management of time and its future consequences. Obviously the best solution is to have a balance of all 5 perspectives. If you are interested in learning more about our personal development and executive coaching online programme, please contact us at iPerform.

Building a Personal Finance Library: 25 of the Best Books About Money Reading books on investing money is a great way to learn more about what you should do at each point in your financial journey. In some respects, it doesn’t really matter where you are in your journey because, no matter what you need help with, there’s a book that covers it. Deciding which book to read when, though, can be a bit of a challenge. So we created this huge collection of personal finance books to help with that. We divided the books into four main sections, based on the stages of personal finance. Some books are linked to if you want to read more about the book or purchase it. Top Savings Rates Bank Name Minimum to Earn APY Details Barclays (FDIC Insured) Synchrony Bank (FDIC Insured) Ally Bank (FDIC Insured) For each book, we include the readers we believe will get the greatest benefit from the book so you can scan through the list to find a book tailor-made for you. But don’t ignore other books on that topic! Basic personal finance for beginners Content: J.D. For beginners

7 Crucial Habits to Build During School “The 20s are like the stem cell of human development, the pluripotent moment when any of several outcomes is possible.” – Robin Marantz Henig, The New York Times Ever hate how Cameron is so good at networking? Or wonder how Charmaine manages to get away with 6 hours of sleep every night? Is it possible for you to keep up with these other people with seemingly natural aptitudes and advantages? The answer is with habits. It may be difficult to imagine right now, but school can be a phase of life that’s relatively less taxing. 20 or so hours of class per week means that there’s still plenty of time to experiment with life. The key is to tomorrow’s success is to build useful habits today. Benefits: More Time, Greater Capacity Before you smirk and wonder if you really need the extra one or two hours at the moment, think about all those times you wished you had more hours in a day. With the biphasic sleep cycle, you will be functioning perfectly on six hours of sleep without caffeine.

Steal Like An Artist by Austin Kleon Wednesday, March 30th, 2011 Buy the book: Amazon | B&N | More… Here’s what a few folks have said about it: “Brilliant and real and true.” Read an excerpt below… Tags: steal like an artist 34 Things I've Learned About Life and Adventure Want to become wiser? It’s fairly simple and closely resembles Brian Tracey’s formula for being luckier: “Luck is quite predictable. To become wiser, therefore, take more risks and stop letting fear rule your life. In honor of last week’s dual birthdays, here are 34 things I wish I knew years ago. Reduce the amount of negative inputs to your life. When I was first using Twitter, I signed up for a service that sent me notifications whenever people unfollowed me. Thankfully this concern lasted only two days. There is almost always more than one way to accomplish something. There is a traditional way and usually multiple alternatives. Some people may be threatened by alternatives, but that’s OK—your life isn’t determined by what other people think. Make your peace with money. Money does buy happiness, at least a certain amount of it. Never ask, “I have x amount of dollars—how should I divvy that up among various expenses and projects?” Focus on income more than expenses. Get over it. Image: Jodi

How To Train Yourself To Be In The Mood You Want Dec 27, 2010 When you have major changes going on in your life, or you’re just frustrated about where you are, it’s easy to get trapped in a cycle of depression, bad moods and frustration. I know, I’ve been there … and when I’m not careful, I still get there more than I want to. But when I’ve had a particularly hard time, I hit these moments where I’m in a foul mood, or I’m just feeling paralyzed, and I’m just stuck. I’m going to outline the framework that I’ve been using successfully to really get myself resourceful and motivated (and in a better mood) when I’m feeling stuck. First Up: Using A Framework to Escape From Paralyzing Emotions When we feel bad, it’s hard to “feel good” again. The reason for this is that steps take the emotion out of our situation and give us direction to simply act. You can call these verbal step-by-step tools anchors if you want, because they’re ways to anchor your emotional state to a time where you knew what to do and you felt prepared. Think about it. Dave

College | The Top 100 Productivity and Lifehack Blogs for College Students Having a little trouble getting motivated? From school responsibilities to personal calendars and social commitments, college students find themsselves stretched in too many directions. To give you a little boost, we've generated a list of the top 100 productivity and lifehack blogs for college students. Most Popular Following is a collection of some of the most sought after blogs about productivity on the Web. 43 Folders: Productivity guru Merlin Mann gives advice on "simple ways to make your life a little better." Organize your life with the advice and tools found on these informative blogs. Your Life. Get more done at the office with helpful tips and advice from these bloggers. The Daily Saint: Avoid being a workaholic with the tips found on this blog, which urge readers to find the right work-life balance. Let the experts share their professional approaches to organizing your life at home and at work. Sometimes the key to getting your life in order is to first organize yourself.