8 Steps to Solving All Financial, Relationship, Security or Health ProblemsWritten by David Cameron Gikandi
Supporting creation of every financial, health, security or relationship problem or phenomenal success is a set of timeless universal laws that never fail or err. Not even once. Every moment unfolds under perfect laws. Knowing what these laws are and how to apply them will miraculously wipe out any problem and produce success, always.
Over last 4,000 years or so, we have repeatedly received exact same how-the-world-works guidance from industry barons, spiritual masters, philosophers, quantum physicists, great leaders and sages.
Here are some tips on how you can solve any financial, relationship, security or health problem:
1. Understand your world. Many Nobel Prize winning physicists have recently proven beyond doubt that physical world is one large sea of energy that flashes into and out of being in a fraction of a second, over and over again. Nothing is solid. This is world of Quantum Physics. They have proven that thoughts are what put together and hold together this ever-changing energy field into ‘objects’ that we see.
2. Know tools of creation. Your thoughts, words and actions create your experiences. You become what you think about. Albert Einstein once said that imagination is most powerful creative force. The Bible says ‘As a man thinketh, so is he.’ Become very aware of your thoughts, and be deliberate in your thinking. There are no idle thoughts. Have vision, and stick with it.
3. Believe. Henry Ford said “Whether you think you can or can’t – either way you are right”. That is pretty much same thing that Jesus and many others have said.
Successfully Finding the Perfect Job Written by Paulina Roe
Are you searching for a job? Have you been laid off due to economy? Have you tried to figure out how to start job search, or what to do? This is a stressful time for many, and you need to find best options and resources to help you find perfect job for you.
If you are looking to start your own business and be self-employed, you'll need to figure out what it is you like to do, and what you are good at. It is said "love what you do, and money will follow" - there is a lot of validity in it. If you have a passion for something, it is easier for you to do and not a constant drain. It can be fun, and rewarding, and challenging. Take this test at http://doubleii.com/entrepreneurtest.html to see how well you rate in ability to be self employed. You might not really be suited for it, and might be better off to read rest of article.
If you are looking for a job, you can look online, but don't expect that it will come easily. You will need to register with many areas, and keep checking for new jobs that come up. You should sign up with various temp agencies in your area - many have sites and send email updates. In all honesty, for most people and jobs - best way to find a job is to network - talk to people you know who work at type of places you want to find a job at. Meet more people at those companies. Sometimes you can make a good impression and even create a new job by telling about your talents. The trick is that people need to KNOW you are there and have talent. You need exposure. Talk to everyone you know - people always know other people who can be useful to you. Go to job fairs, go to events, visit and learn about companies you are interested in (you especially need to study up if you are looking to interview - more you understand company, better your presentation will be about what you have to offer to company). Also, don't forget to talk to others looking for a job - there are many ideas that work and don't work, plus leads others can't use.
You need a good resume. No one knows your skills and strengths better than you - you need to put all information together for your resume. If you can write your own resume, and have others read it and help you tweak it, then all better. After all, if you can't present yourself in a resume, how will you present yourself in an interview? This is your first chance to be noticed.
Prepare your resume and get it posted online - get it sent to people whom will look it over. Register it with recruiters. You will probably need more than one resume - each focusing on a different aspect of your skills. There are different types of resumes - chronological (listing your job experience over years), functional (emphasizing functional skills), and others which aren't as common. Use functional if you are looking to change careers, or have more skills than your employment shows. Use chronological one to highlight your work history - if that is what you are best known for. Your resume is your calling card and advertisement - its purpose is to get you an interview. You must tailor it for job you are applying for - you need to show employer why YOU are perfect person for job. Write your resume to be no more than 1-2 pages long - and stay with one page if your accomplishments aren't significant. Put all most important points on top and left portions of resume - those are areas that are scanned first.