Blog Ideas For Attitude

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Short Blog Post $70.00

Want to Be Your Own Boss? Let's Make Sure You Have What It Takes

This post will outline some of the most important personality traits and defining characteristics that will help someone succeed as an entrepreneur. Points will include self-discipline, ability to work alone, personable attitude, etc. Each point will include ways to develop that skill or trait if it's currently lacking. This post can be serious or lighthearted (or even humorous) if requested. Thanks!

Savannah R

Birmingham, Alabama, United States

Customer Ratings 199
$22.9K Earned
99% Job Acceptance
84% Followed Guidelines
77% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

You could be losing valuable recruits by making these 3 big mistakes.

Recruitment isn't just about finding impressive candidates - it's about making a good impression as a company. These three common mistakes could make all the difference, including poorly spelled recruitment ads and bad attitudes at interviews.

Eleanor S

Norwich, England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 2
$182 Earned
100% Job Acceptance
50% Followed Guidelines
75% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

How to Survive Chemotherapy with Dignity

I will write about how you can prepare for the weeks or months of chemo so that you can maintain your dignity. I will discuss options like purchasing a wig before undergoing the treatment, buying clothes that are comfortable and easy to get on and off. I will also talk about how the individual can use positive affirmations to stay optimistic and have a strong mental attitude during the worst days of the treatment.

Lori B

Memphis, Tennessee, United States

Customer Ratings 161
$15K Earned
94% Job Acceptance
65% Followed Guidelines
68% Customer Happiness

Short Blog Post $49.50

Make Sure Your Candidate is Qualified for Your Available Position

When recruiting people for specific jobs, it is critical to make sure they are qualified for those positions. There is not much worse than taking the time to orient and train someone, then finding out they have no real aptitude for it.

Lisa R

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Customer Ratings 0
$0 Earned

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