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GED Programs and the GED: A Value Beyond Basic Skills Proficiency by Michael Ormsby
... These abilities include communication skills, problem solving, perseverance, flexibility, trainability and work ethics. And these abilities are certainly indicated by other benefits reflected in studies of GED holders, which extend to their employment and financial security, to their families and even communities. According to research: People without a GED or high school diploma find it difficult to progress beyond low-wage jobs, and research shows the climb from poverty toward economic ...

Marketing for Business Leaders: Three Steps to Increase Marketing Effectiveness by Susan Tatum
... your sales and marketing teams together and ask everyone for their definition, you'll likely find the sales team has a very different view than your marketing team. (Don't be surprised if you get different answers within the sales and marketing staffs as well.) Now work together to establish a common definition. Use this definition to guide marketing in developing leads before handing them off to sales. These steps are a good start toward making your marketing initiatives more effective.

Love, Uncles, and Etymology by Arnold Romanofski
... Uncle Steve would pull out a slide rule (this was the 1960s, before calculators were common) and help me do math problems in the middle of Thanksgiving dinner. We had these “conferences” at every family activity. Once, before arriving at a family event, my dad pulled me aside and said, “Don’t bother Uncle Steve the whole time. Other people want to talk to him too.” I was shocked and hurt. To be cut off from Uncle Steve was a crisis. I found Uncle Steve and pulled on his pant’s leg.

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