The Truth Behind What Employers and Employees Say

When Employers Say: Join our fast-paced team = We have no time to train you. Duties will vary = Anyone in the office can boss you around. Must have an eye for detail = We have no quality control. Must be deadline oriented = You’ll be six months behind schedule on your first day. Apply … Continue reading

Some Finance and Investment Books Worth Reading

A Random Walk Down Wall Street, Burton Malkiel (1973). The Alchemy of Finance, George Soros (1987). The Essays of Warren Buffett, Lawrence Cunningham (1997). The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffett & George Soros, Mark Tier (2004). Market Wizards, Jack Schwager (1989).

Multitasking, The Cocktail Party Effect: Multifaking or Multifailure???

Some facts you may not know about Multitasking: People can train to pay extra attention to things that are more important. Multitasking ability declines with age, sleep deprivation and alcohol consumption. People who think they are multitasking often are completely unaware of what they have missed. Our brains are wired to focus on only one … Continue reading

10 Things You Should Never Do at Work???

I’ve found that most of the issues you’re likely to run into can be avoided, if you know what to look out for. Since we can all use a little help these days, here are: Say or write anything you wouldn’t want plastered on the Yahoo home page, or in the hands of the SEC, … Continue reading

List of Advertising Slogans

Take a look at the Advertising Slogans below! Watches Tissot – Innovators by Tradition Casio – Technology for Life Seiko – Man Invented Time. Seiko Perfected It Patek Philippe Begin Your Own Tradition; You Never Actually Own a Patek Philippe. You Merely Keep it for the Next Generation Rolex The Crown of Achievement Live for Greatness … Continue reading