4 Reasons Everyone Should Learn To Think Like An Entrepreneur To Find Life Success

15 February 2017
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Aspiring entrepreneurs should start by learning as much as they can about what it takes to succeed in a dynamic world where markets may be very different a few years down the line. Entrepreneurship courses give you the tools you need to think and act like an entrepreneur in business and in life. Here are four reasons that it is worth everyone's time to learn to think and act like an entrepreneur. Read More 

Keep It Clean: Proper Hygiene Practices For Your Salon

9 February 2016
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Whether you own a salon or work for one, maintaining high hygiene standards is of the utmost importance. Not only does keeping your salon and yourself clean promote a good appearance to customers, it also ensures that you're working in a safe environment. Here are some things all cosmetologists should be mindful of in order to maintain good hygienic practices in their salons. Hand Washing Just like any other profession, cosmetologists should was their hands frequently. Read More 

Preparing Yourself To Become An Emergency Medical Technician

6 January 2016
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The job of an emergency medical technician (EMT) can be a challenging but rewarding experience. Challenge is a part of your workday since you must be prepared to treat people who become sick in their homes or those who are involved in motor vehicle accidents. These patients generally require first aid emergency treatment before driven to a hospital. You do, however, need specific training and certification in order to work as an emergency medical technician. Read More 

What Does It Take To Become A Medical Assistant?

21 August 2015
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Have you been wondering what you have to do to become a certified medical assistant? If you think you'd enjoy working in the medical field, a career as a medical assistant is definitely something that you should consider. Medical assistants are an integral part of a medical team. Some of their duties include obtaining a medical history from patients, preparing patients for examinations, recording patients' vital signs, and assisting the doctor during procedures. Read More 

Have Dyslexia And Want To Be A Doctor? Tips On Getting Through Medical School

22 June 2015
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If have you have decided to become a doctor and have dyslexia, you may have more challenges than other students may, but this does not mean you cannot become a doctor. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, 94.2 percent of students graduate medical school in seven years, and you can be a part of this percentage. Below are some tips to help you succeed so you can get into a good medical university residency program. Read More