Studying for long hours every day can take a toll on you in more ways than one. So how can you make your study time less stressful? Follow what is referred to as the "20/20/20 Rule".
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What are you doing Tuesday, November 6, 2012? I hope you know, and I hope you will have spent the time figuring out what is important to you in this world by the evening of November 5th. Most importantly, I hope you cast your vote for the Presidential candidate of your choice.
If you are not on LinkedIn yet, you need to be. If you are a prospective student, current student, alumni, looking for work or even if you are currently employed, you need to have a LinkedIn profile now.
Remember your last Career Fair? You probably made 20 copies of your resume, showed up, walked around, met a few people, dropped off some resumes, and waited for calls that never came. Don't feel bad because many people do the same thing. Why? They're not prepared for the day.
You hear the term "Dress for Success" often in the business world. You hear it in every field and in every type of career even though not all positions require the same type of dress attire. So, how do you "Dress for Success"? First, make sure you dress appropriate for the job interview
There are many obvious traits that people expect a nurse to have, such as compassion for others, a caring and nurturing personality, and the sincere desire to help others along with the unique ability to deal with all those things that others might find, well, stomach turning.
Don't have the urge to write? Neither do I, but I can blog even though I don't have hypergraphia. Everyone can do this because everyone has something to say. Hypergraphia, which is simply the overwhelming urge to write, sounds like it would be a useful disorder to have in today's world of blogging