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Motivation Monday Podcast 12/26/2011

Motivation Monday Podcast 12/26/2011

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  • Franchise Businesses Show Signs of Recovery in the Year Ahead

  • A Significant Number of Entrepreneurs 45 and Older are Starting Businesses

  • Regional and State Unemployment Rates Were Generally Lower in November
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ALSO FEATURED TODAY: Interviewing Tips - Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series)

Next 5 of the Top 10 Interviewing Tips that are Essential to Your Success

1. Listening

2. Answer the Question

3. Give Specific Examples

4. Ask Questions

5. Following Up




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