Posts by Jantzen Pahl

Make Your New Years Resolution A Reality!

Jantzen Pahl on Dec 29, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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Susan Orenstein, PHD

As the new year approaches each year, many of us start thinking of resolutions. It can actually feel uplifting to begin a new plan such as joining a gym to get fit, writing one page a day for the next Great American novel, or more prosaically, keeping up with your inbox).

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Was Vader a Better Leader than Yoda?

Jantzen Pahl on Dec 10, 2015 11:04:28 AM

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The Grand Master of the Jedi OrderYoda, is one of the most beloved movie characters of all time.

The Sith Lord Darth Vader, of Star Wars fame, often gets a bad rap, particularly in what we all think of as his ‘dark years.’

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37 Ways to Learn a New Skill

Jantzen Pahl on Dec 8, 2015 9:33:00 AM

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  1. Use your work breaks productively
    Instead of taking out time for Facebook or Twitter, use those breaks to learn something new. Watch a training video on your gadgets. Devote 20 minutes from your lunch break to watch and learn something you do not know.
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6 Ways to Re-energize Your Business

Jantzen Pahl on Nov 12, 2015 11:13:05 AM

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Market trends are hard to predict and constantly changing. Some changes may be only for a short season, and others long term, but there always is a change. Here are 6 strategies you probably have not thought of, that will help you improve your business and insure you can continually give it life throughout the transitions of the marketplace.

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5 Leadership Qualities We Learned From Walt Disney

Jantzen Pahl on Oct 15, 2015 9:01:00 AM

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You probably know Walter Elias Disney as an innovator and a dreamer. He was also an exceptional leader. From his pallet of skills and qualities, he exemplifies numerous characteristics of leaderships such as: vision, communication skills, people skills, boldness, and a humble heart. He was often referred to as a “perfectionist,” “inspirational,” and “fearless” by his friends and colleagues. A visionary architect like Walt can teach us several thought-provoking ideas that we would be honored to share with you.

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5 Traits to Look for When Hiring a Millennial

Jantzen Pahl on Oct 13, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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Millennials, or "Generation Y" are the age group born between the 1980s and the beginning of the 2000s. At this moment in time, the generation is beginning to hit the job market with real force. Before looking to hire Millennial candidates for work, it is important to know the pitfalls and benefits of this age group.

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5 Reasons You Should Be Autodesk Certified

The first step to improving your career is always improving yourself. Not that all of your skills aren't amazing, they are, but the more skills you have, the more doors are open to you.

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Weld Your Way To More Pay

Jantzen Pahl on Jul 9, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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Picking a career can be stressful; there are a lot of opportunities available. Finding the right one for you may take some research. As you look toward your future career path; you probably want a good paying job with chances to advance within the company. At the same time, you would like a work environment that is interesting and challenging. You are just not the type of person to sit behind a desk.

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3 Reasons Why You Need To Be Riding A Horse

Jantzen Pahl on Jul 7, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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Horseback riding is more than just a hobby or a sport, it’s a skill, an art, that can be learned with hard work and dedication. It takes a lot of learning and practice to successfully mount and maneuver a horse. Fortunately, whether you want to do it for leisure or competitive endeavors, local horsemanship classes can further develop your skills or get you started. But why should you even consider riding a horse?

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3 Ways a Cooking Class Can Change Your Life

Jantzen Pahl on Jun 30, 2015 7:00:00 AM

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The art of cooking is not quite what it used to be. Generation X, or those born between 1960 and 1980, will most likely tell you they did most of their cooking at home as opposed to today’s Millennials’ high fast food demand.

Although this is a convenient short term solution to a hungry stomach, the long term consequences have a much more harmful effect on health. Cooking classes will not only teach you how to cook, they will also help you make a transition to a healthier lifestyle.

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