INTRODUCTION TO MAN'S MAN CAREER
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Woody Allen's quote about a career of soldier: "Join the army, see the world, meet interesting people ... and kill ’em."
Choosing a career or changing one is not a simple task for any man. Eight hours daily plus the commuting, and you can easily calculate how much of life time you will spend at work. I can't overstate the importance of choosing the right career. Unlike the women who are often the secondary income providers in the family, the man is a primary one. No matter what happens in your family, you should be able to make enough money to provide the basics.
Whatever you’ are doing in your life for work, be a winner. It should be a motto of every man's man.
No matter if you are a doctor, a mechanic, a lawyer, a plumber, a cook, an engineer, a pilot, a soldier... be a winner. Show your man's character. By winning whatever you should win at your job, you are building self-confidence. It is something you really need to advance your career. By demonstrating your confidence in your knowledge and abilities during an interview, your are giving the assurance to the hiring manager that you can handle the job tasks.
You are 100% in charge of your life and the sooner you realize that and take necessary steps, the sooner you'll get what you want.
In this category, I would like to provide some tips on how to choose the career, how to write the resume, how to get ready for the interview, where to advertise your skills, how to cope with difficult co-workers and bosses, and many other career-related tips. I used to teach many folks the career-building skills and everything that is associated with it, so, I hope my information will be useful to many guys of different ages.
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