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“I think another form of discrimination that needs to be addressed is the ‘assessment questionnaire.’ Every time I fill out an application online I run into that, and they say there is no right or wrong answer ( WRONG!). And if you believe that, I’ve got some swamp land in Arizona you might be interested in.”

Hi, James. Fair enough – certainly there are answers an employer wants to see for specific positions. What “there is no wrong answer” is trying to get across is that you need to answer truthfully to be placed in the best position for you.

Say you’re applying for a customer service job, and one of the questions is, “Are you often able to solve problems between other people?” And your answer is truthfully, “No.” You may not be well-suited for customer service. Imagine going through an eight-hour day behind the service desk or on the phone and having half of your interactions end with angry customers calling your manager – that wouldn’t make you (or your employer) happy. Sure, the employer is likely to choose someone who is equally qualified though better suited to the task — someone who can problem-solve like a professional negotiator when a faulty item is returned — but that person is also more likely to succeed in the role and enjoy job satisfaction.

In order to succeed in a job, it needs to match up with your skills and personality; social butterflies aren’t likely to enjoy being a 3rd shift stock person any more than a shy person is going to enjoy waiting tables.

The only wrong answer is the one that puts you into a job you hate, when someone else would have enjoyed it. That can be hard to accept if you’re struggling to find a job, but imagine you’re the well-fit candidate who lost out on a job you would have loved because someone else answered the assessments untruthfully. Hope that answers your question, James!

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It is an indelible image of the financial crisis: a bird’s-eye view of the backyards of foreclosed houses, their in-ground pools festering with algae and mosquitoes. In Northern Virginia, Marcus Sheridan was in the financial storm.

By early 2009, his company, River Pools and Spas, a 20-employee installer of in-ground fiberglass pools in Virginia and Maryland, had a decline in orders from an average of six a month to barely two. That winter, four customers who had planned to install pools costing more than $50,000 each demanded their deposits back. For three consecutive weeks, the company overdrew its bank account.

Around this time, Mr. Sheridan began to overhaul his marketing. The company had been spending about $250,000 a year on radio, television and pay-per-click advertising. It would now cut the budget to about a tenth of that and focus on generating sales through informational blog posts and videos, what has become known as content marketing. But Mr. Sheridan took an unconventional approach to his content.

As a result, River Pools has recovered to exceed its peak pre-2007 revenue, and Mr. Sheridan, a 35-year-old father of four, has become something of a Web marketing guru. While he still owns a 33 percent interest in the pool company, his partners manage it day to day while he concentrates on his new venture, He recently spoke about his marketing approach in a conversation that has been edited and condensed.

Q. Take us back. How did you save your company?

A. I just started thinking more about the way I use the Internet. Most of the time when I type in a search, I’m looking for an answer to a specific question. The problem in my industry, and a lot of industries, is you don’t get a lot of great search results because most businesses don’t want to give answers; they want to talk about their company. So I realized that if I was willing to answer all these questions that people have about fiberglass pools, we might have a chance to pull this out.

Q. What was the first question you answered?

A. The question I was always asked within the first two minutes of talking to customers was, How much does a fiberglass pool cost? Pool installers are like mattress or car dealers — we hate talking about how much a pool costs until we have you in person because there are so many options and accessories we want to sell you. As a result, pool companies never mention price on their Web sites. But I said, I don’t care what the question is, we’re going to answer it.

Q. Did you actually tell people the price of a pool?

A. No — because I couldn’t. But see, that’s the magic behind this. Google’s search engine doesn’t really care if we answer the question. It’s just looking for companies that are willing to address the question. So I said in that article, there are a ton of options, so it depends, the price can range anywhere from $20,000 to $200,000 and a lot of our customers end up between $40,000 and $80,000. And that was enough. Within about 24 hours of writing that article, it was No. 1 for every fiberglass-pool, cost-related phrase you could possibly type in. And because I have analytics, so far to this day, I’ve been able to track a minimum of $1.7 million in sales to that one article.

A. People used to ask me all the time, “Marcus, I’ve been hearing that fiberglass pools have all sorts of problems and issues. So what are the problems and issues?” Of course, they’d been talking to a concrete pool guy, but it doesn’t matter where they got it, now they have the question. So we wrote an article about the problems with fiberglass pools and specifically came right out and said: Here are the issues. Here are the benefits. You decide. Now, when you go in and type anything about fiberglass issues and problems, you’re going to see the River Pools Web site and you’re going to think, “Oh my gosh, these guys are so honest.”

A. In most industries, there comes a time in the sale process where the customer turns to you and says, “O.K., I like you, but who are some of the other good companies that do this?” Half the time it’s a test, because people know who our competitors are because they can find them in .5 seconds online. Most contractors avoid the question. They say, “Oh, we don’t really have competition.” But because I was asked that question so often, I decided to answer it. I wrote a blog post about the best swimming pool builders in Richmond, Va., one of our main service areas.

A. No, because the moment I put my name up there I would lose all my credibility. But here’s the thing. Take the first company on the list, Pla-Mor Pools, a top competitor of ours. If you type in, “Pla-Mor Pools reviews Richmond, Va.,” which of course people do all the time when they’re vetting a company, what comes up? Me! You vet all my competitors, now I’m showing up for all their key words. If you really want to understand the power of inbound marketing, it comes down to this idea: I want to have the conversation at my house.

Q. Once you wrote a blog post, how much time did you spend promoting it on Twitter and Facebook?

A. I didn’t. Dude, that one article on price has never been tweeted. It’s never been Facebooked. I’m not saying social media doesn’t help, but it’s nowhere near what people think. The only metric that really matters is total pages viewed. Here’s a statistic for you: If somebody reads 30 pages of my River Pools Web site, and we go on a sales appointment, they buy 80 percent of the time. The industry average for sales appointments is 10 percent. So, our whole marketing campaign revolves around getting people to stick around and read our stuff, because the longer they stay on our site, the greater the chance they’re going to fall in love with our company.

Q. What do you say to business owners who say they don’t know what to blog about?

A. That’s the dumbest thing I ever heard, and I hear it a lot. What they should be doing is just listening to every single question they get and answering it. In my consulting business the first thing we do is brainstorm what questions the company gets on a regular basis. I’ve never had a company come up with less than 100 questions in 30 minutes.

Q. How do you suggest companies find time to do all of this blogging?

A. Most of the time, they can take the employees they already have talking to customers and turn them into content producers. If you have 25 salespeople, and each one of them writes one post a month, your search is going to be through the roof because that’s a new piece of content every day.

Q. How have your competitors responded to all of this?

A. They still don’t really get it. They’re nice about it. I’ll have one of my best-pool-builder lists come out, and I’ll run into them. And they’ll say, “Hey, man, thanks for including me in that list. I’m not sure why you did it, but thanks.”

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Sep 15, 2017

What are some of the toughest questions kids ask? (And ask, and ask, and ask. )

The birds and the bees? Doesn t phase me. Why they can t do what some other kid does (play on screen more, play the violent game, stay up later, etc. etc. etc.)? No problem, I m all over that action. Ready to don my philosopher s hat or ask Siri at any given moment, I am definitely up to the challenge of helping my kids understand why they can t have cake for dinner, why unicorns aren t real, and why grown-ups have hair down there .

I have no qualms outright lying to them about how their dad and I were wrestling when one of them walked in on us NOT wrestling. (Door locks, I know. You re better than us.) You bet I miss the days of their adorable questions like, why don t I have a tail? and where does my poop go from the toilet?

Out of the hundreds of questions that my kids ask me every day (not an exaggeration), it s the personal questions about me and my past that really get me. I m not alone in this, but I ve yet to see articles with any kind of popularity about how parents with shady pasts answer their kids personal questions.

Why didn t you meet your dad, mama? Where is he?

Why don t we see our other grandma as much?

Is your step-dad your dad?

Do you have other brothers and sisters?

Where did you live, what school did you go to?

Questions like these have answers. And my answers spur more questions from them. At least they re not asking me *yet* if I did drugs. Or how did I eat, or who helped me, or what happened to me when I lived on the streets. There are no easy/acceptable answers that involve tried once and happy endings . They have yet to connect the dots between my being an advocate for Violence Unsilenced and the movement that is I Believe Her. But I know they will.

The truth of it is, there are lots of us parents who roamed WAY wild back in the day, for perfectly natural reasons and perhaps, more uncomfortably, unhealthy (yet still natural) reasons stemming from childhood/youth trauma, abuse and neglect.

As tough as it often is to admit, the choices and mistakes I made and the reality I lived all those years ago affects my kids today.

I m not necessarily conscious of my own childhood, teen and young-adulthood stories day to day. But kids? They are SO keen, I tell ya! Kids focus not only on their own experiences, but those of whom they love the most. It s part of how they learn about relationship dynamics and how they work through the mysteries and confusion they have about growing up. They are compassionate, caring, curious little sponges. It is a mighty task, answering these questions, and I do my best to walk that line of not sharing it all (because they just don t need to know it all), and helping them navigate my responses.

It is quite the emotional wham-POW, to have your own child s heart hurt for you, mirrored through their furrowed brows and sorrow in their eyes. I don t want my kids to feel sorry for me. They ve no reason to, but I have to respect their feelings and help them move through knowing me (as much as I share) the best they can. I m not going to fib about every little detail. As tough as it often is to admit, the choices and mistakes I made and the reality I lived (which was often, but not always out of my control) all those years ago affects my kids today. How come no one ever told me THAT? Well, okay maybe a few wise souls did when I was a bit older.

These days, I am a firm believer that everything we experience has the power to move us forward. Having kids has been a great example of such to me.

I keep a few self-appointed reminders in my arsenal for dealing with tough questions about my past and they have served me well, perhaps if you have similar questions to wade through with your kids, they will serve you well too.

  • Information vs. Honesty: Keep it age-appropriate while still being honest. If a simple yes or no answer will do, go for the gold! (You lucky devil!)
  • Intuition: Tap into your parenting mojo here and get hip to what they re really asking. Try and think from a kid s perspective, not how you might be triggered by their question.
  • Emotion: Try to answer matter-of-factly and don t make light of something that might be serious. We want our kids to trust us and feel comfortable talking to us and asking us about the tough stuff.

After all, it can t be be questions like why does the moon follow us home all the time, can it?

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This cancer usually occurs in people who have chronic scarring of the liver, called cirrhosis. Most commonly, this is caused by chronic infection from one of two viruses: hepatitis B or hepatitis C. Alcohol abuse also increases the risk of developing cirrhosis. Some inherited diseases, especially a disorder called hemochromatosis (in which the body absorbs too much iron, which gets deposited in liver among other organs), can cause cirrhosis and, in time, hepatocellular carcinoma, as can non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), which is fat deposition in the liver, along with inflammation and damage.

2. If my AFP is abnormal, do I need other tests?

If you have chronic liver infection or damage and your AFP suddenly rises, or if it is very elevated, your healthcare practitioner will usually ask for a study to look at your liver, such as an ultrasound exam, a CT scan, an MRI scan, or a biopsy for histopathological evaluation of tumor tissues. The scans can usually spot liver cancers if they are present. Your healthcare practitioner may also order a blood test for des-gamma carboxy prothrombin (DCP), which is also known as prothrombin induced by vitamin K absence-II (PIVKA-II), to help detect liver cancer and monitor patients with hepatocellular carcinoma.

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AFP is not available as a home test and it is not typically performed in a healthcare practitioner’s office. Testing is done by either a hospital laboratory or a reference laboratory.

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Can you do the job? That s at the forefront of the hiring manager s mind when conducting job interviews. Job specific interview questions are designed to measure a candidate s ability to perform the duties of the job against the skill set required for the position. In a nutshell, the hiring manager wants to know if you have the skills do the job.

This type of interview question is especially important for jobs where you need technical knowledge or where the company needs an experienced candidate who can do the job from the first day on the job.

What Are Job Specific Interview Questions?

Job specific interview questions assess a candidate s knowledge and skills. These questions are designed to determine if you have the knowledge and skills that you need to perform the job you are being considered for. When you respond your goal is to show that you are the best fit for the job out of all the applicants the employer is interviewing.

In addition to your skills, the employer will want to know whether you have the right mindset for the job and are able to help achieve the company s goals.

Here are tips on how to answer the questions so you can show the interviewer that you have all the qualifications the company is seeking.

Tips for Answering Job Specific Interview Questions

Check the Job Requirements. Before you go to an interview, check the job requirements listed in the job posting you responded to. Make a list of the skills you have that match those requirements.

Review the list prior to the interview, and if you need a cheat sheet jot down the list on the notepad that you bring to the interview with you.

Show What You Know. Show the interviewer that you know how to do the job by giving specific examples of the knowledge you have when responding to interview questions.

When you respond with actual on-the-job experiences and situations you have encountered at work, you re showing the interviewer what you know instead of just saying you can do the job.

Showcase Your Skills. As I mentioned, the company has a specific skill set in mind. That s why you were selected for an interview. The skills you listed on your resume and mentioned in your cover letter got you the interview. Be sure that you know exactly what s on your resume or CV and what you entered if you filled out a job application. Highlight the most relevant skills during your interview. Review this list of required skills for many different occupations to get started.

Capitalize on Credentials. Do you have a degree or have you taken coursework in the field? Do you have certifications or special training for the job? Be sure to mention your credentials during the interview. Knowledge really is power when it comes to job interviews and the more you can relay what you know, the better chance you will have of being invited for a second interview and ultimately getting a job offer.

Be Honest. Regardless of how much you want the job, be honest and don t say you know how to do something if you don t.

If you don t have all the required skills or educational requirements the company may be willing to train you. If not, the job isn t going to be a good fit and it s going to be a challenge to succeed in the role at the company. It s better to pass on a job than it is to fail and end up losing it because you weren t qualified.

Take the time to thoroughly prepare for your job interviews. Review both the general interview questions asked of all candidates for employment and job specific interview questions. Consider how best to respond, and be sure to have examples ready to share with the hiring manager.

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Christina El Moussa has signed on as E!’s celebrity guest editor for lifestyle and home. In addition to starring in one of HGTV’s most popular shows, Flip or Flop, Christina is a real estate investor and interior design expert. Whether she’s tiling walls for a renovation project or switching to mom duty with her two children, this is one woman who’s always on the move and she took over E! Home during Fashion Week to show us how it’s done.

To finish out the week, the real estate star is answering all your questions about her successful TV series: from everything about flipped houses to flip flops.

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We’ve had like two episodes where we lost money. In real life, yes, we’ve lost money. Sometimes when you go into [a project], you know there’s a potential to lose but that’s just the name of the game. I think we lose on maybe 10% [of our projects]. Sometimes there might be a foundation of the house, and then you buy it and you don’t know how bad it really is. One time the foundation was really bad [on a project] and we lost like 60k.

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How the material is laid, if the tile is straight, if the cabinets open and close properly you can tell visually right when you walk in from how [the house is] painted and other factors like that.

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I like painting, I think it’s relaxing. I also like designing; I don’t really like the manual labor, to be honest.

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Well, since we separated he now wears closed-toe shoes; he tries to look more presentable! But yes, it’s definitely dangerous though, I’d always tell him not to. He just really loves flip flips.

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One day we came to set and everyone was acting kind of strange (they get there a little before us). I didn’t know what was going on, and I walked into the house and there’s this glowing, purple light coming from the back bedroom and I can hear these slow jams playing. I walk in, and there’s this person sleeping on a blow-up mattress listening to R B music and there are SpaghettiOs on the counter that someone had cooked! His clothes were in the closet, and he was just passed out in the bed and he totally scared me. I screamed and ran out of the house. He had partied there the night before and made the noodles and brought a boom box. We gave him a hundred bucks to get him out of there, and then watched him walk away with his little backpack.

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So we don’t stage all houses. We do for the show because it looks better on TV, but it’s expensive to stage. It’s not always necessary especially if you flip a house and you do a really good job on design, I usually tell people who go through our seminar company that you don’t have to spend money on staging. Also, we hire staging companies we don’t do it ourselves. But I tell them to work based off of the style of the house, so for example if it’s a modern design, they’ll stage the space with modern furniture. If it’s a traditional or Spanish look, they’re going to go with more of that d cor.

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I like to go to this design center in Costa Mesa, everything is custom there though. I actually have a hard time finding furniture I like. I guess Z Gallerie is where I get my accessories and tableware. I used to like Restoration Hardware a lot.

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In one of the episodes that actually aired, there were like 1000 cockroaches everywhere. There was still food in the fridge from who knows how long, and a million cockroaches. So when we pulled the refrigerator out of the house, there was like a line of them following the refrigerator out the door. It was disgusting. And cockroaches are really hard to get rid of when you have that many. It was constant bombing, bombing, bombing [to treat the problem]. Really gross.

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One of my best friends has a cosmetic line, her name is Shannon Houston, so I use Pink Dust Cosmetics. I like to do a bronze smoky eye with some lashes and a nude lip. That’s my favorite look.

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It depends what stage the project is in. If I’m going to be painting and tiling, I usually wear gym clothes [from a brand like] Lululemon. Otherwise, just jeans and a cute top with boots. I usually wear closed-toe shoes on the first couple days of filming because it’s usually pretty gross inside the houses, so I try not to wear sandals or anything open-toed.

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We’re still filming right now. We’re currently doing six episodes for season seven, all at the same time. We film together about three days a week and everything is going fine. Things are they way they were before, we work well together and we’re used to it.

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Yea, I’m sure that’s one of the reasons we continue [with the show], because we have to continue to co-parent no matter what, so we definitely agreed that for the best interest of the kids that we’re going to work together and do the show together and keep a united front.

Find out more about Christina’s E! Home takeover here.

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ಕವಿಪ್ರನಿನಿಯ ವಿವಿಧ ಹುದ್ದೆಗಳ ನೇಮಕಾತಿಗಾಗಿ ಆಯ್ದ ಅಭ್ಯರ್ಥಿಗಳಿಗೆ ಸಂಬಂಧಿಸಿದ ದಾಖಲೆಗಳ ಪರಿಶೀಲನೆಯ ಕಾರ್ಯ ದಿನಾಂಕ:25.11.2017 ರಿಂದ 27.11.2017 ರವರೆಗೆ ಬೆಂಗಳೂರಿನಲ್ಲಿ ನಡೆಸಲು ನಿಗದಿಪಡಿಸಲಾಗಿದೆ.

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ಅಭ್ಯರ್ಥಿಗಳು ತಮ್ಮ ಅರ್ಜಿಯ ಗುರುತಿನ ಸಂಖ್ಯೆ ಮತ್ತು ಹುಟ್ಟಿದ ದಿನಾಂಕಗಳ ವಿವರಗಳೊಂದಿಗೆ ದಿನಾಂಕ:19.11.2017 ರ ನಂತರ ಲಾಗಿನ್ ಆಗಿ ತಮ್ಮ ಅರ್ಜಿಗಳ ವಿವರಗಳನ್ನು ಜಾಲತಾಣದಲ್ಲಿ ಪಡೆಯಬಹುದು.

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