Successful business people have it; defense and plaintiff attorneys must have it; entrepreneurs need it; and certainly politicians at all levels require it. 'It' is communication. It has been stated that communication is the thread that binds our society together. Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines it as "the act or process of using words to express or exchange . . .
“Business opportunities are like buses, there's always another one coming.” – Richard Branson. 100 years ago trade primarily took place in markets. Root of the word marketing, in many ways business was as simple as showing off your wares and striking up a quality conversation you could turn into a selling moment. 100 years ago, . . .
The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes.― William James If you are looking to pursue a career as a counselor then you're in the right spot. Counseling is an essential profession and one that is in greater demand than the average professions in . . .
The basic purpose of a liberal arts education is to liberate the human being to exercise his or her potential to the fullest. - Barbara M. White Hey, you! You rock! You're here because you want to earn a new degree and enhance your life and career. That's fantastic. Here at Degree Query, our goal . . .
A teacher affects eternity; they can never tell where their influence stops. - Henry B. Adams Most jobs are just that: jobs. But working in education is a vocation. People who work as teachers and other education jobs are a part of something bigger. They equip and empower others to understand the world and launch . . .
"I really think that if we change our own approach and thinking about what we have available to us, that is what will unlock our ability to truly excel in security. It's a perspectives exercise. What would it look like if abundance were the reality and not resource constraint?" — Greg York That York quote . . .
Balanced budget requirements seem more likely to produce accounting ingenuity than genuinely balanced budgets. --Thomas Sowell Luca Pacioli is considered the “Father of Accounting and Bookkeeping,” who made his name by publishing the first book detailing the double-entry bookkeeping system somewhere between 1470 and 1517. Since then, the field of accounting has evolved immensely to . . .
Accounting is one of the highest-paying bachelor’s degrees, but to truly tap into your full earning potential, you’re going to want more than just an education. Attaining the professional designation of certified public accountant (CPA) can significantly increase your earning power. In fact, CPAs earn an average wage of $70,000 annually, according to the Journal . . .