Women… most, if not all, give way too much and place ourselves last. We give ourselves emotionally, financially, mentally and even physically to men, women, children and a career. Only to be confronted at the end of the day with piled up resentment and little energy left for ourselves.
Well if that’s not frustrating, I don’t know what is. For years, I have eagerly given these precious items away to those who “needed” them. I am really good at helping other succeed, as I am an online teacher working with students at the website Covcell.com. So I have I pointed many people in the right direction, resolved numerous arguments, spent money on books and organized careers of those around me.
Before I begin… new layout. It’s slightly out of my comfort zone but I know for a fact that I’ve had a layout similar to this one. I like this one because it’s simple and complex at the same time. The CSS if very fallesque and I’m basically just ready for fall to come. It’s one of my favorite seasons, particularly for fashion. I already have an idea of what my wardrobe will be like this fall. Can’t wait.
Onto more serious things. I always talk about school, but it’s all I really have to talk about most of the time because it’s pretty much my whole life at the moment. 😯 Last week was homecoming week. You know when you have “spirit day” and other themes to get the school excited for the major Homecoming football game.
My old high school was one of the only ones in the area that had an ‘open campus lunch’. Our high school used to be crowded, with around 3,000 kids. Our school wasn’t built for even two-thirds of that, so there was no chance of accommodating that many students at lunch time. As such, there was no choice but to have an ‘open campus’ at lunch.
An open campus allows kids to leave the school during lunch, just so long as they’re back in time for class afterwards. You could go anywhere: out to fast food, back home briefly, walk to a local store, wherever.
After arriving at high school from middle school, the thought of an open campus lunch was probably the coolest thing I had ever thought of. I remember my first lunch at high school, I walked to a local market and bought some food. I felt so grown-up.
With an open campus lunch, the big thing was always having your license and a car, even more so than normal. Once you had both, you had the freedom to go wherever you wanted during lunch. Of course, once everyone else fond out, they would pounce on you like wolves to try to be taken out to lunch. Continue reading
With the increase of accredited online MBA schools, you will now find educational opportunities for people who were formerly not capable of spending time required in completion of an MBA program. Not just are web-based programs flexible for all kinds of agendas, they are frequently a lot more affordable, enabling a whole new group of professionals to build up business expertise and move forward in their preferred professions. Read this summary of top online MBA programs. If your GMAT score is poor, check out: MBA programs that don’t require the GMAT
Conventional full-time MBA programs can come with quite a few concealed costs, for example, a minimum of 2 years of lost earnings, expertise, presence, and potential promotions, let alone significant hardships in individual and family life. For these reasons, many people decide to go after their MBA via the internet. Thanks to the internet, MBA students don’t need to sacrifice employment or friends and family to accomplish their ambitions and increase their standard of living.
The Diversity of Online MBA Programs The high quality, reputation, and global recognition of web-based MBA’s continue to increase, as a growing number of highly respected business schools now offer their own MBA programs via the Internet. Yet not all of the web-based business degrees are similar. Besides that, internet MBA’s are available in a range of formats and the level of quality and reputation fluctuate widely too. For this reason, it’s essential that you will make a comprehensive analysis of the numerous web-based MBA programs, before making a significant choice and expense.
All through summer I had the pleasure of an Advertising and Brand Management Internship for New York City-based U.S. Consumer Advertising. I functioned directly under two advertising executives, concentrating on brand advertising and marketing and media strategies. I immediately received several responsibilities, such as supporting the company management and optimization of media deals, recommendation of media proportion and looking into up and coming media.
My recommendations to anybody who is looking for an advertising internship is to stay as flexible as possible. Make sure to get as many distinctive skills as you can through your learning process and don’t be afraid to apply them. Internships at leading advertising agencies are hard to get and the level of competition is solid, but it was absolutely worth the battle.
The Global Entrepreneurship Week is the biggest promotional event in the world to stimulate entrepreneurship. Every year, the Global Entrepreneur Week plays a significant role in encouraging the upcoming generation of entrepreneurs to think of establishing their own business enterprise.
This event is the world’s most significant social gathering of the innovator leaders and job builders who roll-out start-ups that are responsible for the transformation of creative ideas to real life situations, that generate economic expansion and increase human well being. Every year, in November, for one week the Global Entrepreneurship Week encourages people all over the world via regional, national and worldwide events developed to enable them to check out their prospective as self-employed starters and innovators.
These events, from big contests and happenings to small-scale networking meetings, connect contributors to possible collaborators and mentors. They may even get in touch with investors and be introduced to new options and fascinating opportunities. Millions of people who never thought of establishing their own businesses, take in suggestions and encouragement from people such as Richard Branson, Michael Dell and Muhammad Yunus.
I recently visited my friend who is a successful entrepreneur, running for 12 years now the gaskets producing company, Gelria. He says that this kind of events are very important for the next generation, young people who will take over the family business. It’s planned that his son will be leading Gelria in 5 years so for now he visits this kind of fairs, study entrepreneurship and yes, work in the company, and not as a leader but simple on the production. Peter says that if his son wants to sell gaskets, he needs to know how are they produced.
Countless completely new start-ups are established through bootcamps, for example Start-up Weekend, and contests like Start-up Open. Many universities set up and improve relationships that enable them to commercialize groundwork from their labs. Scientists, researchers and policymakers participate in dialogues all over the world to evaluate the underlying procedures required to stimulate entrepreneurial expansion.
The Advertising Week Conference in New York City is an annual event. There were more than two hundred scheduled events throughout the week at over a dozen locations, all day and all night. There really was something for everyone to experience. When visitors were not at the conference, of course New York City had plenty of other thing to enjoy. Both aspiring and seasoned marketers absolutely should come to this Advertising Event to discover everything about the lifestyle in NYC.
Mind you, you really need to be prepared for the NYC lifestyle, though. Here is some advice:
Be aware – Just like in any other big city, you ought to be constantly aware of what’s going on around you.
Try to leave early – If you can, leave early for the scheduled event you want to attend. You never know if something might happen that can slow you down.
Be polite – Although sometimes difficult in NYC, and not always possible, try to behave in a polite way when you walk through the city. There is a good chance that this will rub off on other people.
In September 2010, Fordham University received the largest donation in the school’s history. Mario Gabelli (class of 1965) in a very generous way provided this donation, and in appreciation, Fordham University’s College of Business Administration was renamed the Gabelli School of Business.
Mario Gabelli was born in The Bronx as the son of Italian immigrants. He first went to Fordham Preparatory School, and he was reported saying that, when he was young, he read market reports just for fun and Marion purchased his first stock at the age of only 13 years old.
Marion Gabelli received a scholarship and graduated “Summa Cum Laude” from Fordham University, and he later in his academic education received his MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree from Columbia Business School. Mario Joseph Gabelli was born June 19, 1942. He is an American stock investor, investments adviser, and financial analytic expert.
Mario Gabelli visits Fordham University regularly, and on those occasions, he frequently speaks to students so they can learn from Mr. Gabelli’s personal experiences.