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Holy Spirit Baptism: What is it & How to Get it

20th February 2009
Receiving the Baptism of the Holy Spirit, sometimes called the infilling of the Holy Spirit or becoming baptized with the Holy Ghost is a vitally important part of successful Christian living. There is however, a difference between being filled and bec... Read >
Author: Everest John Alexander

The Right Way for How to Flirt with a Girl

02nd February 2009
In order to know how to successfully flirt, you need to consider one very important fact - women do not like overly cocky guys. While a little bit of confidence is always important, being TOO much of a jerk will Showing off your hot set of wheels, run... Read >
Author: Steve Scott

Recognize Men Flirting

07th October 2008
When women meet a new person they like, they always question whether he feels the same. They look for signs of whether he is interested. These are signs of whether he is flirting. A woman needs to be very much aware of male flirting behaviors. This is the... Read >
Author: Francis K Githinji

Workplace Control

16th August 2008
Control systems in the workplace are necessary tools to monitor, forecast, or diagnose performance and performance deviations. Some control systems like Six Sigma have reportedly saved organizations millions of dollars and some safety control systems have... Read >
Author: MikeRidpath

How to Write a Job Transfer Request

23rd June 2008
Your spouse just got a job and he/she needs to leave for another part of the country. Fortunately, your company has an office there. Now all you need to do is to know how to write a job transfer request. A job transfer request could be written for a r... Read >
Author: Michael Lee

Skills Learned In A Hospitality Management Diploma Program

07th August 2007
There are many skills to learn when completing a program in hospitality management. From working with the public to training a staff, you will find that there are many opportunities to use skills you already have and be able to develop new ones that will ... Read >
Author: Andrew Johnstone

The Poor Performer Confrontation Handbook: Eight Rules for Dealing with Employees Who Are Bringing Y

27th March 2007
An independent survey commissioned by KEYGroup® found that two-thirds of managers fail to confront poor performers. If you suspect you'd be among them, Joanne G. Sujansky, Ph.D., can help you stop avoiding the problem and start dealing with it. There ... Read >
Author: Dr. Joanne Sujansky

THE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE SUPERVISOR Part 2

09th December 2005
IntroductionSupervising is like parenting. These are two of the most important jobs any one can do, but few people are adequately prepared or trained to do them. Most people learn by trial and error with varying degrees of success. But both jobs are far t... Read >
Author: Michael Brooke

5 Steps to a Meaningful Meeting

04th December 2005
5 Steps to a Meaningful Meeting We dread what we feel is a waste of our valuable time, and we often find our time wasted in meetings. Admit it, you attend many but enjoy very few. The truth is that few meeting facilitators seem to have an agenda when ... Read >
Author: Retha Logan

Shih Tzu - Obedience Training For Your Shih Tzu

20th November 2005
Obedience training is one of the most important and most effective things any owner can do for his or her shih tzu. A properly obedience trained shih tzu is a happy, productive and safe member of the family, while a untrained shih tzu can be destructive a... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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