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Work Appropriate Style; Be Your Best Professional Self

We all have to do it at some time or another. Work. Some of us may one day get to shed “the man”
and work for ourselves or we may get the highest rank in our office (still owned by “the man” yet operated by you), but until that day we need to hold to standards set before by the powers that be (aka, whoever wrote your place of employment’s work manual). Here are a few tips to help you in your journey to looking professional while still maintaining a style that’s all your own. “The Man” just can’t take that away.
1 1. Be your best professional  self. OK, you have to be there-might as well smile! The number one thing you can do to look and be professional at work is the always, ALWAYS, have a good, positive attitude. This is not a reflection of where you work, who work with, who you work for, or what you do-it is, however, a reflection of you. You have a great, professional, positive attitude because of who YOU are.

2. Dress professionally based on your work environment. If you work in a…

Hope in Haiti!!

We have a special post today about a very special lady who volunteers in a very special place. I’d like to introduce you to Vickie Nusz-my friend and volunteer to Haiti! Vickie and I sat down a few weeks ago to talk about her experiences in Haiti and what it has meant to her. Take a few minutes and read Vickie’s story.
At first glance Vickie Nusz may seem like your average quiet, easy going, no-fuss girl and truly she is but there is much more beyond the quiet exterior. Beneath the surface is a fierce woman on a mission. Her mission-to make a difference in the lives of the thousands of orphans living in Haiti. For the past several years Vickie has flown to this tropical paradise, known more for its poverty than its beauty, during the Christmas season to love on some kids who might otherwise seem forgotten. Her message: I love you and though I can’t stay here always you are loved, known, and acknowledged by God and He will never leave you. This message of hope and love are what she hop…

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