Twilight The Movie
Just got round to watching Twilight and if I was half my age I’d probably enjoy it a whole lot more. The ladies would probably say that the book is way better but even so, I’d just take their word for it. Also I feel Cam Gigandet is so much better looking than the lead actor but again the ladies would probably differ.Wonder why he is mostly offered ‘bad boy’ roles?
Professional Advice On A Blog?
Sharing experiences is one thing, but dispensing Professional Advice without certification or study is totally irresponsible! Especially when one shoe does not fit all! Just because one had a similar incident does not make it any closer to being the same thing.
Take for example….there is a lady who’s blog has a very high rating because she had decided to post some racy photographs of herself and captures her audience with her personal account of her ‘True Life Sexual Experiences’ followed by her many relationships woes etc. All of a sudden she is a ‘Star’ and decides starting her own ‘Dear Mary’ column for relationship and fitness advice but does not possess a degree in psychology or the relevant board certifications for either? How credible is she? What happens if someone who is suffering from depression ask her for advice on relationships? Would she be able to peel the onion so to speak, to unravel the real underlying problem? I think NOT!
Or another person who has been sick practically his whole life and decides that he can offer medical advice!? Would he know that certain drugs will not go well with others with an underlying medical condition? I think NOT!!
So take heed that while your intentions are good, your ‘good’ can be very BAD for others!
During the recent course I attended, I discovered just how complacent I’d become in delivering excellent service to my customers. Instead of providing excellent service, I had deteriorated to giving ‘Expected’ service. Apart from acquiring new skills, I had renewed my knowledge and the use of others skills I had learnt prior to my two day ‘getaway’.
So the lesson here is to ‘Sharpen the Saw’ that is to constantly challenge yourself to keep on learning and improving. Attend courses or read up on the latest trends!
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