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Just became a manager for the first time? Don’t let the nerves get to you! Below are some simple tips for you to get started. 1. Seek a mentor. There is nothing wiser than learning form someone who has been in your shoes before. Save yourself some time and headaches and learn from the mistakes and… Read more »

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1. Michael Dell, dishwasher According to Biography.com, Dell was just 12 when he first started working as a dishwasher at a Chinese restaurant. Apparently, he wanted to save money for his stamp collection. 2. Terry Lundgren (CEO of Macy’s), oyster shucker 3. Warren Buffett, grocery bagger and paper boy 4. Kevin Plank (CEO of Uner Armour), lawn mower

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Let’s face it: it’s so much easier to eat out when you have a busy schedule. From big team projects to meetings and working overtime, most of us rather sleep in than prepare something at home. But the truth is that restaurant meals (even the “healthy” ones) are packed with sodium and calories that are… Read more »

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1.    Understand Sacrifice Success isn’t the lottery and there’s no such thing as overnight success. If you want to succeed, you’re going to have to work hard and make sacrifices – lots of them. Even though it may be intimidating, just keep your mind set on your goals and push through! Persistency is an essential… Read more »