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Is having Qualifications become a bad thing?

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Ian Webster replied to Miro Bagrov's discussion Purpose of the CV and the 5 most common mistakes on CVs in the group Careers, Jobs & The Labour Market
"Thanks Miro, I wish this would get into the right hands. Someone, somewhere is doing a better job of getting to job seekers than we are. The CVs we get are all so alike and all so uniformly bad! I wouldn't recommend leaving out the '2005 -…"
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Tshifhiwa Leonard Maumela replied to Miro Bagrov's discussion Purpose of the CV and the 5 most common mistakes on CVs in the group Careers, Jobs & The Labour Market
"One of the mistakes that people normally do is that of reference. before you consider listing someone as a reference, make sure that they know that you’re listing them."
Jun 17
Janine Jansen replied to Miro Bagrov's discussion Purpose of the CV and the 5 most common mistakes on CVs in the group Careers, Jobs & The Labour Market
"Hi Miro, this is very useful. I work with youth who have completed matric only and others who are in tertiary. I often assist them with writing up their CV's and often get the question from them about how to make your CV attractive to…"
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Purpose of the CV and the 5 most common mistakes on CVs

Good day,I often get questions on CV making, CV refinement, and CV's actual purpose I would like to share these points for everyone who is interested in discussing CVs:1) The purpose of the CV is to get you an appointment for an interview: this is the start and end of the CV's function - the CV should generate sufficient call backs for interview requests.  The CV will not get you a job offer - that is up to the interview, but if it gets you through the door it has done it's job. As a rough…See More
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"I agree with your article. The challenge is that in 90% workers do not work where they want to or even land the jobs they imagined. The CV very often tells us where people ended up rather than what they could do, or wanted to do. Possibly a…"
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"There is just so much negative marketing, or rather negative propaganda coming in the mail. These steps help me a lot: 1. Stop watching news. You will immediately be more positive. 2. Next start realising your life is in your hands. Your…"
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Invitation to an Introduction Workshop in Trading - Sandton

Posted on September 1, 2013 at 22:30 0 Comments

What this event is about:

This is a free workshop of interest to everyone who wants to learn how to profit from investments in listed companies or movements in prices of assets.

These are tools and strategies taught are used by top fund managers to generate the returns behind investment funds.…

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Never Be Ripped Off (Managing Risk of Non-Payment)

Posted on December 13, 2011 at 0:30 0 Comments

I have noticed that many service providers run into dishonesty from clients - particularly when payment is concerned. I have been asked many times what can be done - here I list some control measures which may or may not fit everyone's profile. Please add others or highlight examples.

First, let's examine the notion: "No service. No pay" or "No work. No pay". This common saying implies that payment follows service. Sometimes we are able to offer the…

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Making Decisions

Posted on December 12, 2011 at 23:00 0 Comments

Many of us these days are either semi self employed or fully self employed. In any case, decision making in business (ours or someone else's) has lost it's focus.

Much research was once directed at how decisions should be made. The models for decision making often started with "Identify (something eg. a goal, or objective, or need)" and ended with "Evaluate".

I want to present my own…

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Sleep your Way to the Top.

Posted on September 1, 2011 at 23:30 14 Comments

There is a person in every building and sometimes on every floor, who are always at work before you and always there after you. They are the best: they miss lunch to get more work done. They tell you stories of how they stayed up all night to fix a problem, they tell you how they stopped a certain course of studies because their work needed them, they tell you they left the office at 7pm or 6pm or 8pm, on Mondays they recall that they forgot something on the office on…

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About Sincerity

Posted on June 25, 2009 at 23:00 0 Comments

Sincerity can be defined as the act of expressing the truth about our thoughts and feelings, free of lies and double mindedness. It comes in many forms, one of which is honesty. If the sincerity of your words is questionable, then nothing you say will be trusted.



By saying what we do not mean we only become unsure, not realizing that it is that exact reason we are indecisive.

Our own thought process needs us to be sincere most of all, because our minds need firm sure knowledge… Continue

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At 14:39 on June 15, 2009, walter chitsike said…
Hi Miro
if you happen to get areas of collaboration get in touch. am a holder of B.com(hons) risk management, registered prince2 project management(UK)..involved in consultancy and training
At 8:37 on May 15, 2009, sylvia hammond said…
Hi Miro - welcome to our skills-universe - please add your photo so that I can feature you at the top of the members page - and thanks for joining in so quickly - please feel free to join many other groups as you are interested in, and participate in discussions and of course, please invite your friends & colleagues to join. :)
 
 
 

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