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Posted July 23, 2013 by

Entrepreneurship as an Entry Level Job – 6 Lessons a Dog Can Teach

If entrepreneurship has become your entry level job, you may want to take some advice from man’s best friend.  Learn six lessons in the following post.

Recently, I wrote an article about how dogs can be an asset to entrepreneurs and their startups. I thought it was a fun topic, but I was not prepared for the overwhelming response. Entrepreneurs from all over the country emailed me with stories of their own dogs and how much they’ve learned from them. The advice

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6 Startup Lessons from Man’s Best Friend

Posted July 11, 2013 by

You Maybe Tempted, but Don’t Lie to Get an Entry Level Job

If you are a college student or recent graduate searching for an entry level job, it’s okay to distinguish yourself as the best candidate; however, remember to be honest during the process.  While you might think lying can reward you with a job, the following post also points out the risks involved.

Yahoo’s CEO Scott Thompson lost his job in 2012 because he falsified his resume. He lied about getting a computer science degree and was forced to resign when the truth came to light. “How could he do such a thing?” the American public cried out. “What kind of criminal lies on his

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The Risks (and Rewards) of Lying During Your Job Hunt