Monthly Archives: November 2015

THEY ARE TRAINING YOUR CHILDREN TO BE LOSERS

Dear Mr. Molloy: I’m a 37-year-old woman and a software engineer with 10 years experience. I took off five years and had two children. Seven years ago my mother moved in with us which enabled me to go back to … Continue reading

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A SPEAKER’S DRESS IMPACTS THEIR CREDIBILITY

Dear Mr. Molloy: I am a software engineer and recently my team created an app which will help companies monitor individual product sales in retail outlets. Until now most manufacturers only record of retail sales was calculated by keeping accurate … Continue reading

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DRESS SHIRTS IN CASUAL COMPANIES

DRESS SHIRTS IN CASUAL COMPANIES In companies where jackets and ties are hardly ever seen the problem faced by most men are what type of shirt should I wear. Because even casual companies have begun to recognize the impact of … Continue reading

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SURVIVING IN A McMANSION NEIGHBORHOOD

SURVIVING IN A McMANSION NEIGHBORHOOD Approximately 20 years ago I was hired by a construction company to train their salespeople, engineers and construction experts who had to sell their ideas to corporate clients. They hired me to run a three … Continue reading

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