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Many people want to be successful in their life.  They want to create amazing results, but most of them will fail in the end.  Out of 100 people who are trying to achieve what they want in their life, only about 10 of them actually achieve the things that they want.  Do not freak out when you read this.  Although this is a fact, but you still can be in the 10% category if you possess these 3 keys to achieving ultimate success below:

1.  Make you know exactly what you really want to achieve in your life.  Many people fail simply because they are unsure of what they really want in their life.  When you ask an adult what he wants to achieve, does he have any goals, I'm sure he will tell you that he is not sure, whatever will be, will be.  For this kind of person, they do not know what they really want in their life, and that is why they live a mediocre life.  If you want to be successful today, make sure you know what you really want in your life and find out the strong reasons that keep you going.

2.  Get out of your comfort zone.  If there is one thing that can make you successful, it is getting out of your comfort zone.  Too often, people stay in their comfort zone.  They wake up 2 hours late even though they know that they need to wake up early to read financial reports.  If you stay in your comfort zone, you will never achieve amazing results in your life.  Most people procrastinate and watch television the moment they suppose to do market research.  So you see, if staying in your comfort zone will not bring you any good, get out of it or your dreams will never come true.

3.  Do what you love and you will never work for another day.  This is one of the most common myths that most people adopt.  Many people think that having money and enjoying life with money is something that they love to do.  However, successful people will never think so.  For successful people, they know that money is just the product of their hard work, and they work not because of the money.  If you are working to earn big money, and then do what you love by enjoying the money, you will never be rich.  The real secret to achieve great wealth is by doing what you love, and get rich out of it.  Not by doing something you don't like because of money, and then spend the money for happiness.

These are the top 3 keys that can guarantee the ultimate success in your life.  Apply them in your life and you will achieve what you want in the end.

To your success
olabel@gmail. com

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GENERAL DISCUSSION / Re: Where To Start when Looking For Income Online
« on: August 25, 2008, 12:24:58 PM »
It's all good!

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GAMES / Re: BE THE LAST POST HERE
« on: August 21, 2008, 03:20:56 PM »
seems am the last poster here!
Safe

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WEBMASTERS / Re: Guests Click Here For A Full Access
« on: August 21, 2008, 03:08:38 PM »
Oh, not calling prince a horse, its a proverb. 

When you say "from the horses mouth" it simply means from source or direct from origin, okay?

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CAREER / Tips On Men's Wear For Job Interviews
« on: August 21, 2008, 01:28:54 PM »
I can still remember my job-hunting days when I would make my way through the city in long sleeves, a tie, slacks and dress shoes-with the summer sun above.  The last missing piece of the puzzle-the all powerful men's suit-was missed because I sent mine away for repairs.

What do you make of it? Did I overdress? Isn't it that the Internet and outsourcing boom resulted to a boom as well in a tad more relaxed dress codes? Queueing up by the manager's office, I did feel conscious with the laid back style of the other applicants, the most out-of-this-way being an untucked, button-down short-sleeved shirt, or loafers.

A review of today's literature on jobhunting attire showed me that I was all right (and no more right had I worn a men's suit, or a jacket!).  Nevertheless, more and more job candidates nowadays are showing up in denims, hoodies, or sneakers.  Still more had no qualms sporting their pierced body parts and spiked hair.  All of which means alarm bells; schools ought to meet their would-be graduates and explain very clearly that they ought to to dress one step up or two times higher than what they would wear in the job they are eyeing.

And now we turn to the meat of the matter: what to wear? We know about industry standards, such as the navy blue suit popularized by Japanese or British accountants and bankers.  But what do you do when you will work in an industry where there are no uniforms? And what if companies that allow more casual attire enter into the picture?

Keep the following in mind when planning for a job interview:

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      Stick to the employer's dress code.  Will you end up wearing for years what you wore at the interview-men's suit and all-or will you be in polo shirts now and then? Check out employees arriving for work.

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      Again, dress slightly better than you would if you were already hired for that position.

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      Tattoos and body jewelry are usually a big reason why people botch up their interviews.  Until you know whether they are acceptable, keep these away.


The following are the nitty-gritty details:

    * Plain color men's suit
    * White long sleeve shirt: Long-sleeved shirts are considered one level higher than short-sleeved; these are even acceptable in summer.  The two minimum that you ought to have in your wardrobe should come in the following colors: white or light blue solid.  Tucked golf shirts are acceptable in more relaxed situations.
    * Tie
    * Dark socks, dress shoes: shoes must be leather; loafer shoes also seem to be gaining a following in the office.
    * Very limited jewelry

To your success
olabel@gmail. com

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CAREER / 8 Most Common Interview Questions - With 8 Best Answers
« on: August 21, 2008, 01:27:18 PM »
When preparing for your next job interview, you'll want to have top-notch answers to the 8 most common interview questions.  These answers provide a guideline to follow, and the most important thing to do is be yourself when answering these common interview questions.  The sincerity that will come through will do more to impress the interviewer than anything you have to say.

Given that, here are the 8 most common interview questions:

1.  Tell me about yourself.

Perhaps this the most famous and common interview question of all interview questions.  "Tell me about yourself" is the gateway to just about anything you wish to say.  When asked the question, the interviewer doesn't want to know where you were born or what color your hair is.  This question prompts you to show the interviewer why you are qualified for this job.  Your answer may reveal some of your greatest achievements or how your past experience might relate to the job you are applying for.

2.  Why would I hire you?

For this common interview question, you need to realize that the better answer you give, the easier it is for the employer -- It's up to you to give the employer a reason to hire you.  This is a great time to tell the interviewer about any past work experience that is relevant to the job you are applying for.  You might say, "When I was working at my previous job, I did (fill in with specific duty or responsibility).  I feel that this experience will allow me to excel at this position I am applying for. " This helps the interviewer picture you in the position, and is a great answer to this common interview question.

3.  What are you strengths?

The first thing you should do is figure out 2-3 things about yourself that you really like about yourself and elaborate.  This should put you in good shape to answer this commonly asked interview question.  Always support your strength with a real-life example.  For example, you may say you are dedicated.  You should back this up with the time at your last job where you had an important project due and worked extra hours to make sure it got done, for instance.  Now the interviewer has better insight into your work ethic and how you conduct yourself in pressure situations.

4.  What are your weaknesses?

When answering this common interview question, you always want to give an answer that isn't really a weakness.  You may say, "I don't speak a second language," or "when I start a project, I can't focus on anything else until I get it done. " This shows that you are dedicated and hard working.  You never want to truly bash yourself when answering this common interview question.  That isn't the point.  Making a positive seem negative is the trick.

5.  What is the most important thing to you in a job?

If there is something really important for you to have in a job, be honest and say it.  Remember, a job interview is a tool to reveal the best fit for the company.  If something is really important to you that the company doesn't offer, it is best to reveal it now.  Out of all the common interview questions, this is the one where you really need to follow your instincts.

6.  What are you career goals?

Employers ask this interview question because they want to see what positions you might grow into if you were hired.  The company may be looking for a candidate they can groom into their next Senior VP.  However, if you are only looking for a job to cover you for the next couple of years, it might not be the best match.

7.  Do you have any questions for me?

Do your research ahead of time and if you truly have a question, ask it.  When you ask legitimate, relevant questions, you show the interviewer you put in time to research beforehand.  However, don't ever ask questions just to ask questions or to look good.  The interviewer will sense your lack of authenticity right away and that may hurt your chances.  Make the time to think of an intelligent question about the job before hand.  You may ask, "what is a typical day like for this position?" You can also ask, "What opportunity for advancement does this position have?"

8.  Why did you leave your last job?

Whatever the reason was, tell the story of why is was mutually beneficial for you to leave the company.  Never blurt out, "I got fired," and end it at that.  It makes you look bad and can even make the interviewer feel uncomfortable.  Prepare an honest story with a logical reason that doesn't reveal too much personal information or company gossip.  If you did get fired, you can use this as an opportunity to discuss what you lessons you learned and what you would now do differently.

Now you have top-notch answers to the 8 most common interview questions.  Keep practicing your answers and nail your next interview!

To your success
olabel@gmail. com

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CAREER / Increase Your Chance of Being Hired - One Easy Step
« on: August 21, 2008, 01:25:52 PM »
Everyone knows that finding a job can be a daunting task.  With a recession blooming, and competition at an all time high, its hard trying to stand out among the crowd to land the position you want.  However, there is a way to "wow" your potential employer.

Studies show that more, and more resumes are being "fluffed".  Today, people are adding things on their resumes that are false.  Whether or not its lying about where you went to school, or previous employment.  Bosses are checking resumes more then ever to verify their truthful.

In this article I'm going to show you how to "wow" your future boss, and stand out among the crowd.  It's something that nobody would think of yet its increasing the chances of hire.  Ready for it? its background checks.

Providing your own background check provides peace of mind to a boss.  It shows that you are the real deal, and what you say about yourself is truthful.  Background checks show that you have no criminal records, no bad credit, or anything else where they would view you as somewhat of a less then worthy candidate for employment.

It's such a simple thing to add to a resume, and for those who are doubting doing this who are looking for a job.  What have you got to lose.  The answer is nothing.  Try for yourself and see the results for yourself.  If you want to impress and stand out, then here's a perfect easy way to do so.

To your success
olabel@gmail. com

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@Gmaxwell,

I really like your spirit.  At least you now have a company of your own, though not yet registered but for sure, you have taken the quantum leap.  You see, now you're employing other people who have somehow failed to realize the potentials they have.

Look all Job Seekers, as graduates, let's think big.  Don't just think of workign for people, think of creating jobs.
Take it or leave it, you can never become accomplished working for someone, though you might be rich!

As graduates, lets think beyond the blues, the world is full of limitless opportunities. 

GO START SOMETHING

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Together, we shall put a final end to the unemployment problem in NIGERIA!

Cheers

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Nice one there by you beibee! Sorry about your office internet but don't be depressed.

Just keep up the good job!

Peace

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Welcome to you all!

it's really not an easy task to do a job search.  Imagine, after all the stress and brain crackings in school, you still have to graduate and start another process of searching. 

Gone were the days when companies come to universities to hire the students.  Though they still come to hire the top flyers but not like before.

God will help us all o!

Wish you all the best!

One Love!

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WEBMASTERS / Re: earn money from internet!!works 100%
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:48:53 PM »
Please, let us see evidence of your earnings, that way, we can be convinced to buy into these programs and stuffs. 

A lot of people (including me) have been dissappointed by many of these programs and end up regretting and loosing money.  Please, unleash evidences to this effect!

Thanks

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WEBMASTERS / Re: TOP 100 MOST SEARCHED KEYWORDS IN NIGERIA
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:42:44 PM »
Hi,
I think www. keyworddiscovery. com is better in terms on tracking searching inter-search engine wise and independent of IP addresses and stuffs.

Also try banking on www. alexa. com and to get the most popular sites in NIGERIA, visit the top 100 by countries.

One Love!

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WEBMASTERS / Re: Guests Click Here For A Full Access
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:37:21 PM »
Guests, you've heard it all from the horses mouth. 

Register for full access

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WEBMASTERS / Re: THE PURPOSE OF CREATING A WEBSITE
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:35:27 PM »
In my own point of view, a website is like your office online.  You might even operate from home and have a website performing wonderfully well online and you make great sales and cool money.

It should be an indispensable tool for every business, either, small, medium or large scale.

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Yeah I totally agree with these 7 winning tips and I'm sure any webmaster that strictly follows theses will not regeret but gain in the end!

Additionally, I want to add that submitting your site to Dmoz. org in the appropriate directory location is one best thing to do to help in your SEO and site ranking.

One Love!

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INTERNET / Re: NIGERIAN INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS List (ISP)
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:20:52 PM »
Hey, forgot to mention!

IPNX is also not bad, am currently using them.  They are new and have come to stay in the market.

To really enjoy their service, I suggest you use their modem!

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INTERNET / Re: NIGERIAN INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS List (ISP)
« on: August 21, 2008, 12:15:33 PM »
I think Netcomm is one of the best in the list.

Ones like Linkserve are just banking on their name .  .  .

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Jobs at Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas: Engineers & Officers

Nigeria LNG Limited is jointly owned by NNPC (49%), Shell (25. 6%), Total LNG (15%) and Eni (10. 4%).

It was incorporated to harness vast natural gas resources and produce Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) for export.

NLNG Limited seeks to engage personnel for immediate employment in the following positions:


A.  3rd Engineers REF: HRF/2008/002
Location: On Board LNG Ships
The Person: The right candidate should:
* Possess a minimum of class 4 Certificate of Competency (CoC)
* Have 5 years seagoing experience
* Possess knowledge of operations in the shipping and marine industry
* Be a team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
* Not be more than 30 years old

(Possession of Higher National Diploma (HND) and/or one year’s experience on LNG/LPG carrier will be an added advantage).

B.  4th Engineers REF: HHF/2008/003
Location: On Board LNG Ships
The Person: The right candidate should:
* Possess a Class 4 Certificate of competency (CoC)
* Have 3 years seagoing experience
* Possess knowledge of operations in the shipping and marine industry
* Be a team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
* Not be more than 30 years old

(Possession of Higher National Diploma (HND) and/or one year’s experience on LNG/LPG carrier will be an, added advantage).

C.  2nd Officers REF; HHF/2008/004
Location: On Board LNG Ships
The Person: The right candidate should:
* Possess a Class 4 Certificate of competency (CoC)
* Have 5 years’ seagoing experience
* Possess knowledge of operations in the shipping and marine industry
* Be a team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
* Not be more than 30 years old
(Possession of Higher National Diploma (HND) and/or one year’s experience on LNG/LPG carrier will be an added advantage).

D.  3rd Officers REF: HRF/2008/005
Location: On Board LNG Ships
The Person: The right candidate should:
* Possess a Class 3 (Deck) Certificate of Competency (CoC)
* Have 3 years’ seagoing experience
* Possess knowledge of operations in the shipping and marine industry
* Be a team player with excellent interpersonal and Communication skills
* Not be more than 30 years old

(Possession of Higher National Diploma (HND) and/or one year’s experience in LNG/LPG carrier will be an added advantage).

Only suitable candidates need to apply for these roles.  Details for how to apply is shown below.

Deadline is 28th August 2008.

SEE APPLICATION FORMAT & HOW TO APPLY BELOW

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METHOD OF APPLYING
Interested applicants should apply to:
The Manager, Manpower Planning & Resourcing, through ANY
of the following addresses:

NIGERIA LNG LIMITED
C & C TOWERS
PLOT 1684,
SANUSI FAFUNWA ST
VICTORIA ISLAND
PMB 12774
LAGOS

NIGERIA LNG LIMITED
AMADI CREEK
INTEGRATED SERVICE BASE
OFF EASTERN BYE-PASS
PORT HARCOURT
RIVERS STATE

NIGERIA LNG LIMITED
PLANT COMPLEX
BONNY ISLAND
RIVERS STATE

NIGERIA LNG LIMITED
ABUJA LIAISON OFFICE
8TH FLOOR
CHURCHGATE TOWERS
CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT
ABUJA

Forwarding their handwritten applications, photocopies of their credentials and
detailed curriculum vitae with full details of contact address (not P.  O.  Box)
indicating a well-known street or bus stop and possibly telephone numbers.  The
reference number of the position applied for should be clearly indicated at the top
left-hand corner of the envelope.
The curriculum vitae should be formatted in the order listed below:
* SURNAME
* FIRST NAME/INITIALS
* DATE OF BIRTH
* AGE
* STATE OF ORIGIN
* SEX
* MARITAL STATUS
* CONTACT ADDRESS (NOT P. O. BOX)
* TELEPHONE NUMBER
* E-MAIL ADDRESS
* INSTITUTION (S) ATTENDED WITH-DATES
* DEGREE (S) OBTAINED WITH DATES
* CLASS OF DEGREE
* PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE
* REFEREES


GOOD LUCK

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