The Valuable Information You’ll Get in 2017
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Building our relationship requires that I provide you with value. I cannot waste the precious time you spend reading my posts. So yearend provides the time to examine if I’m meeting your expectations.
2016 in Review
You spent almost twice as long reading a post this year as last. And, you were more likely to check out another one. Finally, you were among a growing number of people who came back multiple times for information.
Of the ten most popular posts for the year, listed below, seven cover making a successful transition to civilian life and job hunting. Two talk about how to create and improve relationships. The final one deals with values.
It sounds like you find these topics relevant. Am I right? (Take my 30-second survey to let me know.)
The 10 most-read posts were:
- Are You Committing Any of the 8 Deadly Sins of Job Hunting? (A top ten post of all time.)
- 5 Common Career Problems: Which Ones Do You Want to Overcome? (A top ten post of all time.)
- Why Money Is Not the Root of All Evil
- The Truth About Military vs. Civilian Life
- A Successful Life Is Like a Jigsaw Puzzle
- Know the Most Powerful Word for Getting What You Want?
- How You Can Benefit from Blurry Vision (A top ten post of all time.)
- You Should Never Go on a Job Interview
- 4 Things You Need Besides Skills to Get a Job
- How to Know Whom to Create Relationships With
If you missed one of these, take three minutes to check it out now.
The Year Ahead
For 2017, I plan to continue helping you meet the challenges you face transitioning from military service to the private sector and dealing with civilian life. Will you answer my three-question survey? It will take you 30 seconds or less.
Beginning the end of January you’ll see changes resulting from your response to the survey.
Working together, you can get your share of the American Dream you defended!
What is your top goal for 2017?
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