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April 12, 2017
by Creed
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Be Your Own Manager, pt. 2: The Role of Formal Education

The middle management class is enthralled with itself. No other rung of people on the spectrum of professionalism feel as proud and accomplished as the middle management demographic. A manager, however, is an easily replaceable and typically only moderately important … Continue reading

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March 13, 2017
by Creed
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Be Your Own Manager

Modern adults are enthralled with their professional achievements. Professional upward mobility along with job title has become a source of solace for huge numbers of people, so much so that entire social networking mediums exist for people to bombast their … Continue reading

November 23, 2015
by Creed
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Success Factors, pt. 4: The Apathetic

Some recent literature on dadforbeginners.com has focused on the topic of work and how to it relates to children and life in general. Topics included how to train kids to adapt to modern working society as well as how to … Continue reading

July 17, 2015
by Creed
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How to Write a Cover Letter

The cover letter. More meaningless a document does not exist in the professional world. The infamous cover letter. So often a requirement for job applicants…and yet is nothing more than the take-home-exam of the adult world. A good cover letter … Continue reading

June 19, 2015
by Creed
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Success Factors, pt. 3: The Realist

Some recent literature on dadforbeginners.com has focused on the topic of work and how to it relates to children and life in general. Topics included how to train kids to adapt to modern working society as well as how to … Continue reading

June 4, 2015
by Creed
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“Don’t be Such a Tool:” A Guide to Middle Management

The modern workforce is all about job security. In order to protect your lifestyle and professional income, the average, mid-level manager must constantly be guarding his or her job security. The importance of this is so high in fact, that … Continue reading

May 10, 2015
by Creed
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Success Factors, pt. 2: The Delusional

Some recent literature on dadforbeginners.com has focused on the topic of work and how to it relates to children and life in general. Topics included how to train kids to adapt to modern working society as well as how to … Continue reading

March 28, 2015
by Creed
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Success Factors, pt. 1: The Psychopath

Some recent literature on dadforbeginners.com has focused on the topic of work and how to it relates to children and life in general. Topics included how to train kids to adapt to modern working society as well as how to … Continue reading

March 7, 2015
by Creed
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The Modern Capitalist Parent

Many years ago, I was a child to a stay-at-home mother. From my conception well through my 20th birthday, my mother was never employed. It was only after my younger sister and I were grown and moved out that my … Continue reading

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