Opinion

Stan Popovich December 5, 2019

By Stan Popovich Some people get very anxious when they try to make new friends. Meeting new people for the first time can be very stressful if you are shy. Here are 6 suggestions on how you can make new friends and meet new people without getting anxious and fearful. The most important thing is […]

Angela Copeland December 5, 2019

By Angela Copeland Now’s the time to get started on your resolution to find a new job in the New Year. The holidays are the perfect time to begin your search. Yes, many HR departments are on vacation and hiring appears to halt. But, it’s a great time for you to lay the foundation to […]

Terry Miller November 26, 2019

OK, millennials … and now for something completely different By Terry Miller ­ Recently, a wonderful book arrived on my doorstep, “Divided by a Common Language.” As a British expat, I wanted to share with friends and colleagues the terms we use in the U.K. that here, across the Atlantic, mean something completely different. I […]

Angela Copeland November 18, 2019

By Angela Copeland In my lifetime, I’ve never seen a time where we were more divided as a nation. Oddly, the job search has also become geographically divided. It is becoming increasingly common for certain jobs to cluster in large cities within the U.S. You probably noticed it when Amazon picked their new headquarters. The […]

Angela Copeland September 14, 2019

By Angela Copeland Have you ever had a great job interview go south? If you were the job seeker, perhaps you weren’t picked right at the very end — after a lengthy interview process. Or, if you were the hiring manager, a candidate that you gave a great offer to turned you down.  These things […]

Terry Miller September 12, 2019

‘A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones’ By Terry Miller I was surprised to read recently in the Psychological Bulletin a rather unexpected research result of an overvalued research project on humor and its effects on one’s health. “There is evidence of stress-moderating effects of humor on […]

Angela Copeland September 10, 2019

By Angela Copeland Labor Day is a holiday that honors the American labor movement. It celebrates the development, productivity, and prosperity of the United States. And, it marks the unofficial end of summer. If you’re like most Americans, Labor Day is spent with loved ones and tasty food. But, the end of summer means one […]

Terry Miller September 5, 2019

Freedom to read celebration Sept. 22-28 By Terry Miller This past week a story caught my attention and therefore spawned this article. A Catholic school in Nashville, Tenn. decided to remove the Harry Potter series of books from the school library’s shelves. “These books present magic as both good and evil, which is not true,” […]