Woman’s Disability Serves As Inspirational Reminder

An inspirational story from a “newly” disabled person serves as a valuable reminder:  disabled does not mean less of a person.  Blogger and life coach Yvonne Garris, recounts the story of her newly acquired disability, which she equated to the Continue reading Woman’s Disability Serves As Inspirational Reminder

Latest OFCCP Changes Brings Hopeful News for People With Disabilities

Recently confirmed Secretary of Labor, Thomas Perez, is ushering in a new era for people with disabilities. The Department of Labor’s (DOL) branch, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has issued final rulings amending current affirmative actions requirements Continue reading Latest OFCCP Changes Brings Hopeful News for People With Disabilities

Who Remains Relevant in Today’s Work Force?

In this day and age of extreme automation, computers are rapidly replacing the many work force tasks that once were performed by humans.  Do you think the pilot is really flying that plane you took on your vacation?  Does a Continue reading Who Remains Relevant in Today’s Work Force?

Defining Who You Are Marketing Your Personal Brand to Enhance Your Professional Career

Author and motivational speaker Kaplan Mobray has a question for you, “What is your personal brand?” Mobray teaches professionals, with his new book entitled “The 10K’s of Personal Branding,” how to market themselves in a unique way in order to Continue reading Defining Who You Are Marketing Your Personal Brand to Enhance Your Professional Career