Posts Tagged: September

What Will Your “I Will” Pledge Be Today?

Driving to work today, I was listening to a popular talk radio station that led discussions focused on September 11. Likely so, as today marks the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that changed our nation. Specific conversations on this radio show centered on effective methods to weaken terrorist groups, potential new attacks using biologicalRead… Read more »

Shipmates 14 – 10th Anniversary of 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

From: Papp, Robert ADM, Commandant – U.S. Coast Guard Shipmates, This week marks the 10th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001. This is a day to pause, reflect and honor those who were lost, including the more than 400 first responders who made the ultimate sacrifice while attempting to rescue their fellowRead… Read more »

Ten Years After: A Personal Remembrance of Sep 11th – Strategies for Grieving, Surviving & Evolving

A Board Member of the Greater Metro-DC Region of Federally Employed Women (FEW; an educational-legal-support association for government employees) recently wrote, “Are you planning to write something for the 9/11 anniversary coming up. I bet a lot of people would like to hear you on this stress related topic. It’s going to be a veryRead… Read more »

Are You Volunteering to Honor September 11th?

This year, more than 1 million Americans are expected to serve in their communities in honor of 9/11. Service projects will range from food drives and home repairs to neighborhood cleanups and disaster preparation activities. In many areas, volunteers will honor veterans, soldiers, or first responders by collecting donations, assembling care packages, and writing thankRead… Read more »

Let’s Make Sure that September 11th Isn’t Just Another Day!

GovLoopers – Join the thousands of Americans who will be volunteering to serve others during the September 11th weekend. Since this is the 10th anniversary of September 11th, we all should make a commitment to serve others. Watch this video and go to to post your 9/11 Tribute for this year, mentioning whatever goodRead… Read more »


Writing an Executive Summary An employer’s attention span could be limited to 30 seconds at least that’s what recruiting experts tell us. Every executive resume should have a summary that introduces the applicant and provides a quick snapshot of a job candidate’s background. A potential boss may have the perfect candidate in mind. Most likelyRead… Read more »