Happy Independence Day WeekEnd!! I love the fourth of July… delicious barbecues, friends and a good book, of course! Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, play it safe and enjoy the fourth! … Here’s my best books of the week.
Ready for college? I have the perfect College Starter Kit ready for you, the best books that will help you managing your finances, writing the perfect paper and becoming the best student ever.
Did it ever cross your mind to fake your death? Too much work -if you ask me, and Playing Dead will show you how this is easier said than done. #NotAGoodIdea
Speaking of hashtags, Babe Walker vs Suburbia in American Babe. Funny, irreverent and absolutely enjoyable.
That’s not how we do it here and a mob of meerkats will teach you about management and leadership. Not just a fable, but an inspiring lesson for every entrepreneur out there.
The Indie Corner is officially open! Interviews, tips and tricks and much more.. for indie authors! Join us! #indiecorner
Social media addicts in search for inspiration try this: Post this book and explore your inner artist with creative prompts to doodle, color, collage, pictures. And don’t forget to #PostThisBook!
This is all for now! Enjoy your day, have fun and celebrate the fourth! Happy reading!!
Hello fellow readers.. and Happy Memorial Weekend! In case you are looking for something to read, here’s what I have been reading during my week.
Just let me tell you this week has been great! I have literally devoured True Crime Addict, the story of Maura Murray beautifully written by James Renner. If you like true crime, this one is honest, fascinating and…addictive. A sincere account of one of the most complicated and mysterious disappearance in America.
Historical Fiction meets time traveling in Indiana Belle and The Mine by John A. Heldt, two absolute page turner.
Another true crime caught my attention: Brady and Hindley by Fred Harrison. A young couple, gruesome murders and a crime so horrendous that will remain cheseled on the collective psyche of a nation long after the perpetrators are gone.
Generation X or Generation Y? Who are the Millennials? and what’s their role in modern society? Take a look at the best books that can help you understand.
101 Job Interview Questions You’ll never Fear Again by James Reed is a must have! Reed reveals what interviewers are asking and gives you the best possible answers to ace your job interview!
That’s all for now! Until next time! Happy reading!
101 Job Interview Questions You’ll Never Fear Again, by James Reed
You got it! Your job interview is scheduled! Now what? How do you prepare for an interview? Of the thousands of questions a potential employer might ask, which ones will they ask? And what should you say?
After extensive research among hundreds of interviewers and directly form top interviewers and recruiters, James Reed reveals the secrets to ace at job interviews.
Powerful preparation techniques, useful tips on how to answer the most common questions and – above all – how to adopt a winning mindset, one that will help you stand out from the pack and land the job.
James Reed reveals what interviewers are really asking and gives you the best possible answers:
Tell me about yourself – How do you deal with stress and failure?
What motivates you? – What’s your ideal work environment?
What are your core values? – Your boss overslept and is now late for a client meeting. He ask you to lie for him telling the client he is stuck in traffic. What do you do?
Why are you a good fit for the company? – How have you improved in the last year?
- Curveball and Creativity Questions
If you were an animal what would you be? – Aren’t you overqualified for this job?
and last but not least,
Everything you need to say / do when the interviewer invites you to ask questions of your own.
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We are talking about education at the Serial Readers Book Club on Goodreads.
While reading Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses by Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa I questioned myself if society and parents around the world aren’t making a huge mistake by encouraging every student to get a college education.
Young people -fresh out of college or not- are actually struggling to adapt to a certain kind of economy that isn’t ready (or doesn’t want to) include them at this time.
Are colleges really preparing you for the job market? are they providing you the skills you need to succeed in the workforce? Or are they just burying you with huge debt?
According to Richard Vedder -economist from Ohio University- “only five of the top 25 fastest growing occupations over the next 10 years require any sort of college degree“.
There must be something wrong in the system! Does our education system need to be reformed? Or is it fine the way it is?
The A-Z of Careers and Jobs, Susan Hodgson
This book doesn’t need to be introduced. Even in the internet era it remains a precious source of informations.
A quick and helpful way to find out about jobs and careers available in the United Kingdom; from aerospace engineer to the zookeeper this book cover them all.
Clear information on how to qualify, personal qualities, an earning section and useful points of contact for each and every career listed.
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