Job Skills: Bits & Pieces Helps & Hints Collection
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This is a collection of bits and pieces
of information gathered through
experience, reading, and listening. It is all about job skills,
i.e. getting-a-job skills (resumes, interviewing, etc.) and keeping-a-job
skills (salesmanship, leadership, management, and motivation). Plus, there
are Great Quotes, and at the end -- links to other sites with related
information. With rearrangement and fleshing out (and more time than I have
right now) it should become quite a nice book. Until then enjoy this
condensed hypertext free alpha-version on the WWWeb. And remember --
This page and all its contents Copyright 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000-2001 Lowell W Lutz.
All rights reserved. © 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000-2001.
(Except where previous copyright exists.)
The jobSkills page is still a major construction project,
you are peeking through the knotholes in the fence...
...for more resumes or to search for your own job...
Some might think this is just another list of cliches in/about business and, to
a point, they are correct. What turns a cliche into a jewel of truth?
Attitude and action. (Another cliche? You decide...)
Pearls of wisdom:
Quality must matter
Be a mentor
Be a change agent
Think constant improvement
Create customer delight
Technology is a commodity -- use it
Use technology, but don't "use" people
People are the competitive edge -- empower them
- Leadership is an intangible quality with no clear definition. That's
probably a good thing, because if the people being led knew the definition,
they would hunt down their leaders and kill them.
Aspects of leadership include: initiative, urgency, intellectual honesty, communication, and delegation skills which includes developing good people who will come up with ideas and be able to implement them.
If the unemployment rate is 8%, then the employment rate is 92%.
So you have a 92% chance of being employed.
On the other hand, you have an 8% chance of being unemployed. So...
Maintain your value in the marketplace, not just in your own company,
by knowing where your group/division, company and your industry is
headed at all times.
Be proactive in your career management, not reactive.
Search for jobs that value your highest level of experience, skills, education.
You are a valuable product/service/resource so market yourself and
close the sale.
Learn a potential employer's system for hiring.
Even if you are feeling desperate, do not compromise!
The 3 most important rules in a job search: follow-up, follow-up, follow-up!
A follow-up letter to an interview should make the following points clear:
- One can't push & lead at the same time.
- Be an example.
- Strong as a father
- Gentle as a mother
- Transparent as a sibling
- Encourage, Comfort, & Urge
- 7 Habits of Highly Effective Managers
Exceptional managers have that "special something" that sets them apart from the crowd. It's not as mysterious as it sounds. Most of the time, that "special something" is the sheer determination to maintain positive habits of success. Do you want to join the ranks of highly effective managers? You can start with these seven proven career-boosters.
- Increase Your Self-Discipline
If you are like most people, you find it easy to do bang-up job when you are in high spirits. The real test comes when you are not feeling motivated or particularly energetic. Are these good enough reasons to snap at customers or behave like a nasty martyr at work? No!
As manager, like it or not, you are a role model. You set the standard when it comes to personal behavior, so make sure that standard is high. A moment of impulsiveness can tear down years of hard work when it comes to your career and reputation. According to Daniel Goleman, author of Working With Emotional Intelligence (Hardcover) (Paperback) (Audio Cassettes, Abridged), self-control reveals itself in the absence of emotional fireworks.
- Show Consistent Kindness
Good managers don't throw their weight around or rely on intimidation to get results. Any job--especially management positions--involves the support and assistance of others. You can't perform effectively as a one-man band. It is foolish to burn bridges and alienate co-workers.
And, whether you need them or not, treating others poorly will affect your own self-esteem. Can you feel good about yourself if you are upsetting or neglecting others? If you don't feel good about yourself, how effective can you be?
One impressive manager, Rita, was aware of the power of this habit. Rita always made it a point to say "good morning" to the clerical staff. Her department was large, but this did not deter her from interacting with everyone. She would arrive at the office early every morning to chat with the file clerks and receptionist. Talk about a feeling of respect! Rita knew that many of these "lower level" employees were the first (and sometimes only) ones with whom a potential customer would interact. The more encouragement and esteem they felt, the more pride they would take in their day-to-day duties.
- Stretch Goals
Without goals that are clear in your mind--goals to which you are firmly committed--your career plan is tragically flawed. Working at a frenzied pace does not amount to much if you don't have a clear vision of the end result you are striving to achieve.
High-impact managers must take goal-setting seriously. Your staff expects it, and studies show that the majority of managers fall short in this area. A recent survey polled 7,800 workers, and more than half of them (58 percent) believe that management does a poor job setting goals. How can you avoid this? Write your personal goals and work area goals down. Place them in a visible area so that you--and others--can be reminded of them daily. Writing goals down greatly elevates the likelihood they will be met, but only 5 percent of employees have actually developed this habit.
- Welcome Criticism
Criticism may sting, but you must embrace feedback and not avoid it. After all, how else will you know what to improve upon? Don't fool yourself into thinking other opinions don't matter. In the business world, your credibility and reputation play a key role in how far--and how quickly--you move ahead. Soliciting input from others always leaves you with a clearer view of your blind spots. Becoming defensive and hostile when faced with constructive criticism will insulate you from the truth and greatly limit your potential.
Have you asked your employees what you could be doing better? You might be surprised at how revealing their answers will be. Are you worried that they won't be candid with you? Ask your questions in a non-threatening manner. This tactic is safe, constructive, and much better than bluntly asking, "what am I doing wrong?"
- Be a Solution-Finder, Not a Problem-Identifier
It takes no particular talent to find fault, but many behave as though their "gift" must be shared again and again. You may know people at work who constantly nit-pick about company decisions. These professional problem-finders generally get stuck mid-way up the career ladder. Choosing to criticize or blame your superiors for their decisions shows great disloyalty and sets a lousy example for your staff. You have a duty to stand behind the powers that be, regardless of whether or not you agree whole-heartedly with their decisions.
Do you have to suffer in silence when you disagree vehemently with something at work? Not at all. You can develop the habit of criticizing positively by recommending a better solution.
- Show Boundless Enthusiasm
Enthusiasm is contagious. Successful managers realize the effect their attitude has on their mood and productivity. Constantly whining and complaining depletes valuable resources of energy. Can you afford it? The same situation, when presented to positive and negative personalities, will be perceived differently. An optimist looks forward to change and solves tough problems with enthusiasm. Good things seem to routinely come their way!
Employees will absorb your energy if you show a passion for your work. In fact, many will mold themselves after you in terms of their energy level and general optimism. If you refuse to show enthusiasm, don't be surprised when you find yourself leading a lethargic, apathetic team.
- Embrace Those Opportunities
Great opportunities are often disguised in work clothes. Do you use weaknesses within the organization as avenues to show your skill and leadership? Are you like so many other managers, content to sit back and wait for opportunities to appear on a silver platter? You could wait forever. Instead of waiting for "them" to take care of it, get busy, show some initiative, and take a risk. Organizations change when managers seize opportunities with boldness and confidence--and encourage their staff to follow suit.
Developing successful habits isn't easy. Like anything worthwhile, it takes commitment and conviction. If these habits were simple, every single manager would have already put them into practice, and that's just not the case. Are you ready?
- Drawing lessons from Captain Jean-Luc Picard,
U.S.S. Enterprise in the book
Make It So: Leadership Lessons from Star Trek: The Next Generation
Wess Roberts and Bill Ross
Bringing out the best in competent people.
Picard's nine leadership qualities:
It is every officer's duty to freely exchange his knowledge, not by way of expressing intellectual superiority, but as a means by which one helps others solve problems and improve decisions.
To be an effective communicator, you do not always have to agree with other people. However, it is important that you tolerate your differences with them.
An officer who is routinely true to himself and others is one who can be trusted and relied upon in a crisis situation. This is also true of other members of the crew.
Focus: "If you first focus your effort on matters of the highest concern . . . you will set free . . . your crew's and your own initiative, power, innovation and imagination."
Urgency: "If you engage each mission . . . with a sense of urgency, you will attain many marvelous accomplishments."
Initiative: "It has often been the crew's initiative that has made a difference in the success and safety of our missions. When you are asked for approval of an action, you should find every reason to respond with 'permission granted.'"
Competence: "Becoming a competent officer should be your top priority (when beginning a career)."
Communication: "you can never become an effective leader without being understood or without understanding those upon whom you rely."
Politics: (To be fought.) "Everyone pays a price for those who would create distrust."
Intellectual honesty: "One must not only act with integrity of word and deed, but of idea and principle."
Interdependence: "The cooperative, collaborative and corroborative effort of the entire crew (leads to) mission success."
Resilience: "An officer must retain a sense of hope -- trusting in his own ability and in the competence of other to stand firm."
- Ferengi Rules of Acquisition (from Star Trek: Deep Space 9)
Some good books on marketing:
- My Life in Advertising and Scientific Advertising Claude C Hopkins
- What's the Big Idea?: How to Win With Outrageous Ideas (That Sell!)
- How to Write a Good Advertisement
- All Consumers Are Not Created Equal: The Differential Marketing
Strategy for Brand Loyalty and Profits
- Beyond 2000: The Future of Direct Marketing
- Building a Mail Order Business: A Complete Manual for Success
- Commonsense Direct Marketing
- The Complete Direct Marketing Sourcebook: A Step-By-Step Guide to
Organizing and Managing a Successful Direct Marketing Program
- Creative Direct Mail Design: The Guide and Showcase
- Database Marketing: The Ultimate Marketing Tool
- Desktop Direct Marketing: How to Use Up-To-The-Minute Technologies to Find and Reach New Customers
- Direct Hit Marketing: How to Make Direct Marketing Work
- Direct Mail Marketing Design
- Direct Marketing: Strategy, Planning, Execution
- Direct Marketing Rules of Thumb: 1,000 Practical & Profitable Ideas to Help You Improve Response, Save Money, & Increase Efficiency in Your Direct Marketing
- Direct Marketing Success: What Works and Why
- Direct Marketing Success Stories: ...and the Strategies That Built the Businesses
- Tested Advertising Methods (Business Classics Series)
Traits to Dramatize in an Interview
that you listened and paid attention to what was said and who said it
(get each person's name correctly spelled)
that you recognized and understood the importance of it, complement them
that you are excited about it, confident you can do it and
enthusiastically want it -- ask for the job
that you are impressed with the people/product/etc. and can contribute
to the initial efforts, meet the challenge
that you have an attitude of gratitude (Which will get you far with people.)
Skills to Dramatize in an Interview
Achievements to Dramatize in an Interview
Interview bloopers: failure to listen, answering unasked question,
giving unwanted information, and being unprepared
The following was transcribed and paraphrased from
Sell Your Way To The Top an audio tape version of the book by
Last little example on selling. Everything comes down to selling.
Closing is important. You're looking for a job. They ask the
question, "What is your experience." You answer, "22 years as an
engineer but none in this department." Your chances are greatly
diminished. But if you can look them in the eye and honestly say, "I
have 22 years experience:
- for more great stuff, including what he means by "being the right
Ziglar on Selling: The Ultimate Handbook for the Complete Sales Professional of the Nineties
- of being on time every day
- of honest effort every time
- of telling the truth
- of knowing that my job depends on the profitability of your
company and so I've learned to work in such a way as to do just that
- of getting along well with those I work with
- of having a winning attitude
- of learning and I'm a good student.
That's the kind of experience you need in your company.
I can start immediately or would next week work into your plans better."
I believe, with the right words and above all being the right person
you can close more sales.
Preparation is the key to success.
If you plan to succeed -- you must plan.
You need not plan to fail, it takes no effort.
A winning attitude is active and positive.
A Good Job Description
Do your homework at home -- office hours are for customers
Never say NO to customer -- negotiate
And remember that a customer is not just the outside customer, it is
also the inside customer: another department, division or sometimes
even a co-worker.
Make customers feel good about you, not just your product --
get to know the customer
Meet or exceed customer requirements -- even if it means going up
against your own company's policies
Do extra things for customers -- go the extra mile, even if you
don't get paid for it
example: We ran out of bottled water for the water cooler and called up
the company. They said they would bring water out on the regularly
scheduled day, in 3 days. We called another company and they said they
would deliver the next day, so we switched companies. If someone had
just offered to bring out a few bottles to hold us until the regular
delivery day we would have been happy and touted them highly, instead
they lost our business.
Know competitors products -- better than they do
Be early for meetings -- internal & external
Dress & groom sharply -- so you look like a superior product,
not just your product
Make just one more call, do one more thing -- before you go
home at the end of the day
If you don't feel like going to work -- look for a new job
One of the most important questions a manager can ever ask is: "Do
I have capacity to lead?" Here is a quiz for leadership potential:
Treat Others as You Would be Treated
Do What is Right
Be an Influence for Good
Make your Work Meaningful by bringing meaning to your Work.
Leaders see change as an ongoing condition, depend on people and
ideas, view long-term goals as flexible, and like accomplishments and
Is change temporary or ongoing? Do you like change?
Do you depend on systems and rules or do you depend on people and ideas?
Do you require closure and short-term goals or can you leave things
open and long-term?
Are you more comfortable when rewarded for what you do or what you
accomplish (i.e. effort or result, respectively)?
"Live now. Make now always the most precious time. Now will never come
again." - Captain Jean-Luc Picard, U.S.S. Enterprise
"There is only one way under high heaven to get
anybody to do anything. And that is by making the other person want to
do it." - Dale Carnegie
"If you ever live in a country run by a
committee, be on the committee" - Lao Tzu
"Because that's where the money is." - Willie
Sutton, when asked by a reporter why he robbed banks, aka Sutton's Law
"Before you build a better mousetrap, it helps to
know if there are any mice out there." - Mortimer B. Zucherman
"Do not kick down the ladder by which you climbed." - C. H. Spungeon
"Never give an order that can't be obeyed." - General Douglas MacArthur
"Fail to honor people, they fail to honor you." - Lao Tzu
"Don't equate activity with efficiency." - Harvey Mackey
"The time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining." - J. F. K.
"Leadership is action, not position" - Donald H. McGammon
"The art of progress is to preserve order amid
change and to preserve change amid order" - Alfred North Whitehead
"Do you have any junior leaders in your
organization? Reward them by sending them to work with your best
people and they will reward you with more leaders." - Jack Falvey
"Do or do not; there is no try." - Yoda
"The real difficulty in changing any enterprise
lies not in developing new ideas, but in escaping from the old ones."
- John Maynard Keynes
"Life consists of what man is thinking of all day." - Ralph Waldo Emerson
"We need to live by standards not by comparisons." - The Book
"In all things in Nature there is something marvelous." - Aristotle
"The two most common elements in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity."
- Harlan Ellison
"Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power
and magic in it." - Goethe
"The task of an educator should be to irrigate
the desert not clear the forest." - ??
"I may disagree with what you have to say, but I
shall defend, to the death, your right to say it." - Voltaire
"Without Joy, there is no Strength.
Without Strength, all other virtues are worthless." - Edward Abbey
"I don't believe in a risk free society, where the thrills of living are
traded for the safety of existence." - Nick Ienatsch
"Duct tape is a lot like the force. It has a
light side, and a dark side, and it holds all the pieces of the
universe together." - Source Unknown
"Never let what you can't do interfere with what you can do." - John Wooden
"For lack of TRAINING, they had little KNOWLEDGE; for lack of
KNOWLEDGE, they had little SKILL; for lack of SKILL, they had little
CONFIDENCE; for lack of CONFIDENCE, they had little VICTORY." - Julius
"Computers are useless. They can only give you answers." - Pablo Picasso
For a change of Place . . .
What If Dr. Seuss Did Technical Training Manuals?
Here's an easy game to play.
Here's an easy thing to say:
If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a port,
And the bus is interrupted as a very last resort,
And the address of the memory makes your floppy disk abort,
Then the socket packet pocket has an error to report!
If your cursor finds a menu item followed by a dash,
And the double-clicking icon puts your window in the trash,
And your data is corrupted 'cause the index doesn't hash,
Then your situation's hopeless, and your system's gonna crash!
You can't say this?
What a shame sir!
We'll find you
Another game sir.
If the label on the cable on the table at your house,
Says the network is connected to the button on your mouse,
But your packets want to tunnel on another protocol,
That's repeatedly rejected by the printer down the hall,
And your screen is all distorted by the side effects of gauss
So your icons in the window are as wavy as a souse,
Then you may as well reboot and go out with a bang,
'Cause as sure as I'm a poet, the sucker's gonna hang!
When the copy of your floppy's getting sloppy on the disk,
And the microcode instructions cause unnecessary risc,
Then you have to flash your memory and you'll want to RAM your ROM.
Quickly turn off the computer and be sure to tell your mom!
-- Author presently unknown, but apparently out in Kansas City...
Change is not the direct solution, managing change is. Resistance to
change is a problem that the application of power and reasoning fail
to overcome. Someone must facilitate the change, one who will be a
catalyst for change, the change agent. Be a change agent in your
Management and leadership happen outside, not inside, the office.
Leaders must manage and managers must lead.
Put them together and you do the right things right for long-term
survival to remain successful.
Do what any good doctor does: separate the problems from the
conditions of your job, and never try to solve a condition.
A customer can sense when an employee really does not want to be a part
of the organization. They will never be treated any better than the
employees treat each other.
Never allow an employee's work to interfere with his job.
It's what employees do when their manager is not around that
ultimately determines how effective the manager will be.
When you lose a customer because of poor service chances are you will
never even know it. They won't tell you but they will tell their
First eliminate opportunities for dissatisfaction, then you can make
opportunities to satisfy and delight them.
A customer, whether internal or external, seldom has a single
need. Usually the customer has multiple needs he is trying to fulfill.
Your best product or service is not what a customer wants. The
customer wants solutions to problems.
Never insult a customer's intelligence or expectation.
Quality service is never up to the customer, it's not the customer's job.
Quality service means never having to say, "That's not my job."
Sometimes it means having to say, "I'm sorry".
If a manager is not interested in identifying and solving problems,
then there is no reason for the manager.
It is always better to "underpromise and overperform" than to
"overpromise and underperform". A satisfied customer will get what he
expects or more. If the customer expects more than given,
dissatisfaction sets in.
A customer should have a request or complaint resolved by the first
employee approached and not need to be shuffled from one to another.
Never inconvenience a customer for the sake of the organization or an
If you establish negative expectations for your customers, you will
always meet them.
Premium Performance = minimum performance (the part of the job that
I-do-because-I-have-to) + maximum effort (not really part of
the job, but I-do-because-I-want-to)
Ways to encourage Premium Performance:
- to manage
Make sure the team/company is efficient (i.e. that is does
things right) the basis for profit.
- to lead
Make sure the team/company is effective (i.e. that is does the
right things) the basis for success.
Everybody wants to be Somebody!
For self-motivation or team-motivation try visualization:
Compensate according to performance that enhances the efficiency and
effectiveness of the team/company.
Employees should share directly and significantly in productivity gains.
Recognize your Premium Performers tangibly and publicly.
Define clear, concise goals to which manager and employee can agree.
Delegate the task and watch, then praise for job well done.
Correct the Premium Performer, Encourage the Trainee.
Create a clear, achievable vision/image of what you want yourself or
your team to be.
Create a focus on what you want yourself or your team to achieve, one
that is worthy of pursuit.
Managers can tell employees how to dress, behave, smile, and what to
say, but never how to feel.
Putting the Work Ethic to Work
the Public Agenda Foundation found these top 10
qualities which knowledge workers want from their jobs:
Working with people who treat me with respect.
Recognition for good work.
Chance to develop skills.
Working with people who listen if you have ideas about
how to do things better.
Chance to think for myself rather than carry out instructions.
Seeing the end results of my work.
Working for efficient managers.
A job that is not too easy.
Feeling well informed about what is going on.
So what do you do with all the previous quips & quotes?
Remember, there is no fun, easy, quick fix to become an effective and
efficient manager and leader. It takes real commitment.
Inspiration is nice, but when implemented with commitment, do they
work, work well, work again and again, and in various circumstances?
If they work, how well do they work? What benefits do you actually reap?
If they work well, can you teach others to do the same thing? If you
can -- do it! It makes them and you better people.
Being told what you need to do and be is one thing; becoming it is another.
Links to other sites with related/needed info
- Life Insurance Wiz Quotes.com
Life insurance company that offers free online quotes for auto, health, homeowners, whole and term life insurance. Also provides a list of insurance resources and glossary terms.
- Long Term Care Insurance Quotes Wiz.com
Offers free insurance quotes for long term care, life, health, nursing home, and disability insurance, and provides alternatives for estate planning.
- Career Fashions
- Digital Business: Surviving & Thriving in an On-line World
- Management Consulting Online
- On-Line Business Card Connection (Win Free Cards)
- ColorFast Laser Press business cards
Making Money On The Net 9/23/96
Home Business Mall formerly the Home Business Opportunity Center
Your Small Office
Noteworthy, a monthly E-Zine
- Business Sydney Online
- WorldWide Opportunities Network
- American Business Women International
- 4work's Better Than A Bookmark (BTAB), a personal agent
- Idea Cafe Success Tips for Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneurs
- Tips from LeTip
- Idea Site for Business
- Small Business Know-How Resource
- SmallBiz Smarts
Dennis Hardee's Manage your MONEY Build your WEALTH
Information Resources for Business -- A Product of the Texas Department of Commerce
Marketing and the Internet compiled by Prof. Wagner Kamakura
a newsletter on personal development and business topics.
The South Florida Business Journal
University of Houston Libraries' Businesses and Commercial Resources
Strictly Business Online
and other resources
Small & Home Based Business Links
Under One Roof by David Meekhof (Cottage industry. Home business. Attic entrepreneur.)
Get A Job: A step-by-step guide to landing a new job--without losing the one you've got. by Carol Jurich
Your resume may tell the story of your career... but how you dress speaks volumes about your personality. by Emma Sosa
Moments of Truth When fate comes knocking, make sure you're dressed right. by Emma Sosa
Internet Business Guide - by Sam Sternberg (a book in progress)
BBB the Council of Better Business Bureaus
Thank-You Notes Will Bring A Welcome Change To Your Life (from The Card NetWork)
Access Business Online - a comprehensive matrix of business resources
CNN - Business News
The Wall Street Journal - Money & Investing Update
TimesFax The New York Times
The Insider: Public Companies
FedEx Airbill Tracking Form
United States Patent and Trademark Office
The Internet Services List: Business/Economics/Financial
Computer Currents' Small Business Resources
webauthor.com's Small Business Tips
"Off the record" with Brian McWilliams OTR, a repository of info on technology management
Commercial Finance Solutions by CLS
Internet Business Resources
Home Business Review
Home Business Solutions
Home Office Association of America
Small Business Help Center
Your Home Business
Small Business Advancement National Center
Foundation for Enterprise Development
BIZLINKS - Business Resources, MBA Resources, etc.
Entrepreneurs Resource Center
Entrepreneur's Law Center
Inc. Business Resources Library
Independent Business -Assistance for Growing Companies
The Internet version of PRODIGY's Entrepreneurs' Exchange
National Association for the Self Employed
National Home Workers Association
Business NewsNow® demo by Profound Inc.
Krislyn's Strictly Business Sites
Business Cartoons by Goff
MECA Employment Services
Mortgage One Lending Corporation
Job Search and Employment Opportunities: Best Bets from the Net
Internet Sales Discussion List
WebStep Traffic & Impact Building Master Index of 100 Free Web Engines & Databases from Multimedia Marketing Group
Customer Intimacy: How Websites Learn
company-specific e-mail address on the Internet
What You Need To Know! - A Consumer's Report - How Best To Get a Merchant Credit Card
The Internet and Small Businesses - A Research Project
Hermes A research project on the commercial uses of the WWWeb
Mortgage and Financial Calculators, Information and Links
Alliance of Global Business Exchange
MBA Style magazine
United States Postal Service, Business Section
Internet Entrepreneur Support Service Information for Entrepreneurs via Links [tables]
U.S. Business Advisor .gov
STAT-USA U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics & Statistics
Federal Marketplace sell to the government
Asian Internet Marketing
Electronic Commerce Emphasis at Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University
Developing a Quality Presence on the Internet
Entrepreneurs on the Web
fine.com interactive marketing agency and Internet service provider (ISP)
Why Do I Need A Business Plan?
Business Planning Primer
B-Plan for Windows
Inc. "How to REALLY Create A Successful Business Plan"
Business Planning Advisor
Off the Record
Computer/Small Business/Internet Resources
Employment & Training Work-Web Style!
Time Vista: Online Resort for Small Business
Lowe Foundation smallbizNet
SBS Smart Business Supersite
Time Vista the online resort for small business from the marketing department of TIME magazine.
Small Business Law Center
On-Line Small Business Workshop
Joint Venture Project Management
...for more resumes or to search for your own job...
- Frank Borges Llosa's Resume
- dOnline Career Center
- E-Span Online Employment Connection [java]
- Recruiters Online Network - RON
- biz.jobs.offered newsgroup
- misc.jobs.offered newsgroup
- comp.jobs newsgroup
- us.jobs.offered newsgroup
- What Color Is Your Parachute: Net Guide
- Riley Guide
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