Are you a photography enthusiast? Do you pursue this pastime just for fun or plan on launching a company of your own? Well, you should be thrilled to learn that there are tons of options nowadays for seasoned photographers to start their career in this field and make a living. Although some people are born with this talent, some can also learn it using so many techniques available today on YouTube and other social media sites. No matter which category you fall under, there is one thing that will make you think seriously about this business and that is aerial photography. With the advent of high-tech affordable drones on the market, this term is now becoming more and more common and a lot of people are already earning huge amounts of revenues using aerial photography.
If you have been in this field for some time, you’re already familiar with the competition that exists in the field of photography. Some are dedicated to wedding or fashion photography, while others keep their options open. They capture natural scenes, portraits, and many other types of photos using extremely
As a professional, it’s difficult to know when its time to work away from a job, especially in the construction industry. The reasons must be compelling enough to give up the income and security of your current position. If you are struggling to know definitively whether or not to look for a new position, there are some signs that the consequences may be too high not to.
The main problem to consider is workplace stress. If you are having trouble going to sleep and getting up in the morning due to work stress, and you dread going to your job every day, this is something to pay attention to.
Stress is very individual, therefore what is stressful for one person may not be so for another.
According to the CDC, “Stress sets off an alarm in the brain, which responds by preparing the body for defensive action. The nervous system is aroused and hormones are released to sharpen the senses, quicken the pulse, deepen respiration, and tense the muscles.”
Infrequent episodes of stress aren’t harmful to the body, because it is designed to come back to a place
The job market today is very competitive and only if you have something more unique to present than the rest of the candidates can get you that dream job. The fact is that almost all hiring companies look for experience and yet not many of them give fresh graduates a chance to gain that necessary experience. A professional internship can therefore be a stepping stone for you to start marching towards a successful career. Volunteer placements can also do you good because you get to gain some valuable experience when working in communities, charities and NGOs. Besides the experience, there are so many other benefits of starting as an intern.
1. It expands your professional network. You might be an intern but you will be working with the field’s professionals and they can help you with references; they are actually potential future employers if they are impressed with what you offer. The internship also exposes you to events that are relevant to your career and from them you can network to your advantage in the current moment or later in the future.
2. It offers you
Before I started my work as a career coach, I spent years stuck in the wrong types of jobs. Feeling unfulfilled and dreading Mondays was a standard part of life as far as I was concerned because I had bills to pay and not a whole lot of direction or confidence to take my career to the next level.
After years feeling like I was just going through the motions and not actually living life, I finally discovered my true passion and mustered up the courage to take a leap into the world of entrepreneurship. Little did I know at the time, this was just what the doctor ordered to start enjoying life a WHOLE lot more.
Fortunately I figured out how to leverage my experience into an opportunity. Had I not done so, I fear I might still be stuck in a career I dreaded to this day like so many of the professionals I encounter on a regular basis.
You can try tapping into the many resources that exist for uncovering a new career path and job but don’t overlook the possibility of working with
Relationships are at the center of everything in the world of career and I briefly touched on the tip of the iceberg last week, but I wanted to do a follow up because it will be a game-changer when it comes to your career. Working with recruiters should be at the heart of your relationships in the career space.
Yeah, I’ll admit it. I’m a little partial to recruiters (because I used to be one) but whatever your experience, you will want to ensure you have the recruiter network on your side to ensure you are on their radars.
Connecting with recruiters is a critical part of job search success throughout your career and here’s why. Recruiters oftentimes know about job openings before they hit the job boards. It’s their job to find the best person for the job and so they have to constantly be in the know. And part of being in the know is being extremely well connected.
Now I’m all about working smart, not hard and having a robust recruiter network in your back pocket is one of the ways to do this.
There may be some similarities in the job of architects and drafters but if you consider the details, you will find a great deal of difference in the fields involved in both cases. Drafting has a much broader field that may include many specialties. But architects, on the other hand, are more directly into construction work and require a full college degree to accomplish their task. Below is a complete discourse on the essential differences in regards to the education and job for both of these.
• Draftsmen – Employers mostly prefer those with college training. Since there are a whole lot of schools that provide training in this regards, it is always advisable that the students check with the various firms prior to getting enrolled in one. Community college and technical institutes offer diplomas, certificates as well as associate’s degree that can be earned by anyone who has pursued the course and on successful completion go to take the exam.
• Architects – It is a must for these students to earn at least a five years bachelor’s degree in architecture. These are chiefly
1. LinkedIn – Former Colleagues
Most people think of LinkedIn as a networking platform or job board but there is a powerful research component you might be missing if you haven’t spent your research hours here. If you’re in the exploratory phase of your job search and trying to understand which opportunities exist for someone like you, have a look at the profiles of past colleagues or people who have worked at the same companies as you, earlier in your career. (To do this: Click “connections” and then filter by company).
Where did they end up? Are there any common themes in the types of companies or roles they moved into? You can take it one step further and reconnect with these old colleagues to do a little networking or catch up over a quick call. This is a great way to get on other peoples’ radars with the shared interest of moving out of the shared company in question.
2. LinkedIn – Companies
If finding the perfect company fit is more your goal, LinkedIn also provides ample resources. You can search using the main search bar and
WHEN YOU’VE LOST A JOB, your self-confidence often flies out the window with it. That’s because the loss of a job is both a kick in the head and one of life’s biggest blows.
Your self-confidence can depart as quickly as air escaping from a deflating balloon because after losing a job you quickly forget how proficient you were. This erodes your self-confidence. So it’s an important part of your job finding campaign to regain the loss of self-confidence and hold on to it.
The best method for restoring your self-respect after being canned
Write your resume. It’s as simple as that. Although writing or revising a resume isn’t a simple task in itself, resume writing is second to none when it comes to helping you remember all of the good things you’ve accomplished on your last and previous jobs.
After all, your job campaign is all about remembering the good stuff you’ve done on previous jobs so you can show prospective employers what you can do for them. And your resume is a self-marketing tool where you list your accomplishments. And thinking about those achievements-what you’ve done
CEOs have a lot to worry about, but what are their greatest concerns? What keeps them awake at night? Their concerns fell into three broad categories: talent, operating in a global marketplace, and regulation and legislation according to The Harvard Business Review.
As a CEO you will always running short of time which keeps your attention away from the key data/KPIs which need to be looked to run your business hassle free. The Key Performance Indicators should form the base of your business which helps in taking proactive and faster decision.
KPIs set is different for each Industry segment depending on the requirement of the business, it should depict overall performance of the company at a glance to CEO. Earlier decisions were made on the guts basis by CEO but with the evolution of BI, more informed decisions are taken with the availability of real- time data analysis. CEO Dashboard should give CCTV coverage of company’s health indicating various leakage happening.
The 5 mandatory KPIs in CEO Dashboard
Progress towards Target
When you set monthly, quarterly, annual and long-term targets for your company and individual resources, a check is
The Internet has made it incredibly easy for companies to conduct business with consumers all throughout the world. This is just as true for small, micro and developing businesses as it is for major corporations with massive amounts of capital to invest in their operations and growth. Sadly, however, this has led many local businesses to overlook the benefits of cornering their nearby markets and building robust customer basis in their own geographic territories. Following are several, simple strategies for gaining new interest from a local market.
Take a niche specific focus that sets you apart from your competitors. This is especially important to do if there are a number of similar services or products being sold in your area. If you feel like the local market is already saturated, simply change up your approach and provide something that other companies cannot. Being flexible is key to making your small business grow and it can help your company stay afloat even during times of fierce competition and inconsistent profits within your primary industry.
Make sure that there is ample parking at or near your establishment so
Small and growing businesses are often tasked with the challenge of making do with inconsistent profits. While their overhead costs remain fairly static, they may not have enough regular money coming into pay their bills on time. With the right strategies, however, these entities can bolster and build their bank accounts for greater financial health overall. Following are several tips that owners of small-sized companies can put to use right now.
Stop paying your bills long before they are due. Although you might feel hard pressed to resolve these debts, keeping your money in your own bank account until bills are actually due is a much better way to manage your funds. This way, your cash can continue earning interest and actively working for you for as long as possible.
Make sure that your investments in new equipment and other resources are actually adding value to your business. New investment decisions should be entirely data driven in order to ensure wholly positive outcomes. When they are, all new tools will increase your productivity and overall capabilities so that you are primed and ready for expansion. Buying
Everyone loves to be helpful. Because of this, you have a great opportunity to learn more about your prospects and clients if you learn how to ask the right questions at the right times.
Here are some examples of how asking for help, at the right time, can give you a treasure trove of useful information you can use to position your product or service to the right person.
When prospecting, if you don’t know the person or department you need to speak with, there is no better opening then:
“Hi, I need a little bit of help please… ”
Now the crucial thing here is not to then ask a question. Instead, what’s important is that you actually wait for the other person to offer to help you first. As soon as they say, “What do you need?” or “I can help you,” that’s when you reply with something like:
“Thanks. I’m looking for the person who handles your lead generation, who would that be please?”
If they don’t know the name, then be prepared with:
“Perhaps you could point me to the right department then?”
Asking for help in this
Unfortunately, litigation has become a way of life in this country. There are over 16 million lawsuits filed each year. More than 70% of the world’s attorneys live in the United States. Contingent fee arrangements encourage lawsuits. Many times the defendant still has to pay his legal bills, even if he wins.
I am sure that Trump found the best safeguard against lawsuits is not to have any attachable assets. He has accomplished this by transferring them into judgment proof entities.
I believe he created an estate plan whereby the vast majority of his assets were transferred into a Family Limited Partnership (FLP) to eliminate or reduce his exposure from future lawsuits.
How did this non-fraudulent transfer protect those assets? The key is the vote. Creditors may get a charging order on a limited partnership interest, but they cannot direct its affairs. Only the General Partners can.
Transfers that are fraudulent can be put aside and creditors can proceed against the debtor’s property. Fraudulent conveyance is judged on a case-by-case. Below are some of the criteria used to make this determination.
1. Consideration paid.
2. Solvency of debtor before and
One ‘camp’ says that neuroscience is the next great thing for business and can be applied to everything from marketing to training; and another camp warns that we should be wary of applying it because much of the science is, in fact, pseudoscience.
Business leaders could be forgiven for feeling a little confused. Who’s right?
Let’s take a look at what neuroscience CAN and CANNOT do for your business.
Limitations of neuroscience
Before we look at where neuroscience may be applied meaningfully to business, it’s important to consider the limitations.
Firstly, while the brain and nervous system has been studied for centuries, it’s only in the past decade or so that imaging techniques (functional MRI or fMRI) have become widely enough available to consistently image the brain. This has, in many cases, replaced observational neuroscience, and the use of surveys for gathering information.
It’s worth remembering that the main impetus behind the growth of neuroscience has been to better treat illnesses and to understand the workings of the brain for clinical purposes – not to help motivate staff, improve business strategy, or to sell more products.
The science should be considered
If you run or own a hospital, you have to go through a lot of different things in order to make sure that you can actually get things done and taken care of. Because of that, there are a lot of various things that you are going to take care of on the daily. What are you supposed to do then? Is there really anything that you can try to do or to take care of?
Actually, one of the most important things that you will need to deal with is hospital valuation. What is hospital valuation and why is it something that needs to be taken care of on a regular basis? What do you need to do in order to make sure that your hospital valuation is up instead of down? That’s a good question, let’s take a look.
What is hospital valuation?
One of the biggest questions that people ask is what this is in the first place? What does it even mean? In short, you’re talking about everything that comes along with the value of the hospital. How much is it worth? What
The major legislation that regulates mergers and acquisitions in Cyprus is the Companies Law (Cap. 113). In particular, the sections 198-202 contain provisions about mergers, reconstruction and amalgamation of companies, and exchange of shares between two or more companies. Other important legislations are the Control of Concentration Between Enterprises Law (22(I)/ 1999) and the Safeguarding and Protection of Employees Rights in the Event of the Transfer of Undertakings, Businesses or Parts Thereof (104/(I)/2000). The first one promotes fair competition and the second one safeguards employees’ rights in the event of a transfer of undertakings.
First of all, the companies involved in the merger or acquisition must apply to the Court and then schedule a general meeting of the shareholders of both companies. During the meeting, it is determined if it is required to arrange the liabilities between the shareholders and the creditors. It should be pointed out that the company being merged shall be wound up without going into liquidation and its assets must be transferred to the acquiring company.
According to the provisions of section 198, the merger or acquisition proceeds under the condition that