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I love articles on career advice and interviews. A few years ago, it was both a shock and a revelation to me when I learned that an interview is not just the recruiter firing away questions at a candidate, instead it is a constructive dialog between the two parties. An interview is a short process. As much as a company wants to size their candidate up quickly, the candidate also needs to learn about the company.
To help gain insights about each other, three simple words you can use during the interview are: "Tell Me More."
Or some variant of it. Here are my thoughts.... (more)
Happy Historian Melanie Jean Juneau Introduces The Passions and Talents of Barbara MacDonaldA Survivor Helps Other Survivors
After reading Barbara's warm, from the heart articles on BrooWaha, it is difficult to believe that this woman endured a hard childhood in the foster care system after a rape at age 7. Then, I realized that it is precisely because she is a survivor of sexual abuse that her passion in life is to help others, especially rape victims. Wounded people sense this healing gift and are drawn to her. Why strangers have even come up to her and started talking about their... (more)
Dan is also a photographer, a creative cook, but most importantly, a creative thinker.
Melanie: Why don’t we start this interview with a look at your childhood because the purpose of this article is to catch a glimpse of the man behindthe blog. Can you give us an idea of what your childhood was like?
Dan: I spent most of my childhood at my grandmother’s. She lived around the block and across the street from her were two families with kids. We were all 1 year apart and I was the 2nd to oldest.
My imagination was allowed to run wild in my youth as my grandmother let the... (more)
...in with me. Not a good move. Now I was in a relationship, which is something I knew not much about. Being locked to the one girl wasn’t in my plans. We were living together for about three months before I met her parents. I’ve never been big on meeting parents. I liken it to a job interview, and I avoid those like the plague.
It was a Saturday and the sun was making a stand. Out of the blue Angela asked if I’d like to go for a boat ride. “You have a boat” I asked. “Yes”, she replied and pretty much left it at that. I it was good weather for it, and it was... (more)
Many Drug dealers were out last night, I hit the streets to see who was about. Where were they dealing from.
Taking a drug user, it wasn't hard to ask for some stuff to see where it was being served tonight. It was raining heavy however the drugs were still in demand. We asked about in some of the fast food outlets, for some ice. Needing to score. The drug user his name Bill is just like you or me however he was shattered with his problems in his early 20's and lives now in the moment.
I have been working with drug users, however to get to the drug dealer was some art in... (more)
Today I'm interviewing Rick Bylina, author of One Promise Too Many (A Detective Stark Mystery).
"Rick Bylina lives with his wife, Carrie, and their 19-year-old cockatiel, Sydney, near Apex, North Carolina. Ongoing corporate downsizing convinced him to tap into his passion. He scribbled down any crazy idea that crossed his mind. After gaining discipline, he wrote his debut mystery novel, "One Promise Too Many", the first in a series featuring Detective Roger Stark. Writing happens spontaneously between housework, gardening, cooking, fishing, and wrestling alligators."... (more)
...in search of a cure. The second is a follow up to Ancient Teaching Stories. It is a book that contains a series of concise and thought-provoking stories from a number of spiritual traditions from around the world. That book is entitled The Pot that was Cracked.
Thank you for this interview, Mitchell. Can you tell us how we can find out more about you and your new book?
A: My book is available at most bookstores, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Ebookit, and my website www.tybro.com I also have a social media site that I maintain at www.ganden.socialgo.com
Is there... (more)
Lex Lumiere is an award-winning photographer and artist whose work in photography, oil painting and mixed media thrusts social boundaries. Her art is known for being politically charged and infused with themes of environmentalism, activism and spirituality. Lex deliberately chooses subject matter that has the ability to move the human spirit, and strives to challenge people to think differently about the world around them.
Originally from Houston, Texas, Lex spent her summers in her grandfather’s photography studio, training in classic lighting and darkroom photography. She grew up there... (more)
... Barnes and Noble.
Do you have a website and/or blog where readers can find out more about you and your work?
What is up next for you?
I’m writing a novel entitled, “The Thousand Pound Man.” After a ten-year separation, father returns to his family when he learns his son suffers from the same disorder that forced the father away.
Is there anything else you would like to add?
I appreciate your graciousness during the interview.
Thank you for spending time with us today, Garasamo. We wish you much success.(more)
Something a bit different this session, folks. Despite my bulging Inbox, I’ve had to bow to public pressure and let you know a little about myself. This is from an interview I gave to Advisors Monthly, the prestigious trade magazine for people in my profession. I hope it helps you feel a little more confident about approaching me with your problems, many of which I will be confronting next time.WILLIE, ARE YOU ACTUALLY SCOTTISH?I was born and bred on the banks of Loch Ness, and still live there, making a meagre living frightening tourists.WHAT IS YOUR SECOND NAME?I cannot reveal that for... (more)
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