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Changing Your Career – 5 Tips To Help You Make That Move! By: Jackie Fletcher | Oct 24th 2006 – Are you successful in your chosen career, but wondering if you actually chose the right career? Did you spend years gaining qualifications, work hard for promotion, and climb that corporate ladder only to find that it’s up against the wrong wall? Do you now feel you can’t or shouldn’t change career or move out of your speci … Tags: Choosing Public Relations As A Career By: Jennifer Petersen | Oct 23rd 2006 – According to many people who hold prestigious and important jobs in the field of Public Relations, it is one of the most interesting and challenging career options. It is a job which offers enjoyment and carries tremendous responsibilities. In fact, public relations can make or break an organization. In a pub … Tags: Are You Headed For Another Career Change? By: David Green | Oct 11th 2006 – No business wants an employee who will quit before the business wants them to quit. 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You may even choose a career based on what you think you should�"’ do�"’"��because of what your par … Tags: Achieve Your Vital Career Goals . Record Clear Goals And Follow The 15 Easy Steps To Career Success. By: Sodoma | Jul 15th 2006 – Remember that your career goals are most important to you and your success. By setting career goals you are on the road to obtaining your ultimate success. By recording clear goals and following the 15 steps outlines you will focus your hard won efforts and maximize your winnings Tags: Career Planning By: Michael Colucci | Jul 5th 2006 – Whether you are about to graduate from college, or want to change jobs at a later point in life, career planning is a very important aspect of the process. Tags: 5 Powerful Alternative Career Goals That Guarantee Your Future! 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When getting started in voice overs, aspiring talent quickly discover that it takes more than just a great voice to succeed in this highly .petitive market. Although at first glance, there may seem to be few doors that open for amateur talent seeking voice over work opportunities, the avenues for personal growth, talent development and networking are overly abundant. You just need to know where to find them. The notion of be.ing a voice over talent usually starts with a .pliment from a friend, colleague, or family member. When someone hears similar sentiments from people outside of familiar circles, the individual is inspired to make an action plan and thoroughly research the voice over profession. Aspiring voice over talent can find a wealth of resources and guidance from a variety of sources on the Internet. There are several good websites online that share information about the industry, providing solutions to nearly every "Getting Started" voice over question and career development resources. These resources may manifest themselves in an array of business templates, strategies, and eBooks. If an aspiring voice over talent desires to fully explore voice overs as a career, there are multiple ways to research the field without having to leave the .fort of home. Some of these research methods include visiting the websites of professional voice over talents, listening to voice-over demos online, and reading up on what industry leaders have to say, including coaches, agents, authorities, and casting directors. There’s an abundance of voice over blogs online that reveal what it is really like to be in professional voice overs, providing excellent insight into what can be expected if one were to enter the voice over profession. Many professionals freely discuss their career objectives and thoughts about the industry as a whole, personal observations and their career progress. Voice overs are very busy not to mention employed in an extremely popular field. The majority of professional voice overs do not have time to lead an aspiring talent by the hand and personally consult them regarding their voice and potential career prospects. Professionals often link to other helpful blogs or industry websites. These links are available to aspiring talent as a means to discover more .prehensive resources that will aid them in starting out as a voice over talent. Although reading the blogs or visiting websites of professional voice overs may be a fun, leisurely activity, your research should lead to more hands-on and educational endeavors such as contacting a voice-over coach. A voice over coach will be able to identify what your voice type is, the kind of work you’d be best suited for, and will assist you in developing your vocal range, both artistically and technically. Voice Over Coaches Make an appointment with a voice over coach. They will be happy to assess your voice and set up a training program for you at their studio. Going with a private voice over coach has its benefits. Who else could provide an objective opinion on your voice, tailored vocal instruction, specific guidance, and career resources on such a personal level? A voice over coach will help focus in on your strengths and develop your talents. Sometimes it takes someone else to let you know where you shine as a voice actor and the areas of voice acting that aren’t necessarily your forte. A voice over coach will also be able to identify your specialty skill sets, and if you would like, help you to plan and record your voice over demo. These preliminary efforts will define your voice over career at present and help you to provide extraordinary voice over services to your future clients. As with anything valuable to your development, a voice over coach will charge fees for their services. When selecting a voice over coach, don’t let their coaching fee be the sole deciding factor regarding whether you study with them or not. The fees that you pay should also provide you with a .fortable learning environment, a teacher who you can relate to, and the voice over skills that you want to acquire. Workshops and Tele-classes Some people prefer to meet in person, taking lessons in a group. A workshop is an open class that is run by a voice over instructor and attended by voice overs who want to improve particular skills, such as character voice acting, for example. These workshops are often followed by a question and answers period. The environment is often more casual and free-spirited than a private lesson and enables you to network with people within your field, perhaps even meet colleagues who will be.e your friends. Usually there is a cost for participating in a workshop to pay for the instructors’ time, materials, and the venue. These fees can vary, but expect that in most cases, there will be a fee for the workshop. Tele-classes are taught over the telephone. When participating in a tele-class, all you need to do is dial in to the phone number that your instructor will provide you with, and enter the class number for your specific class. Be sure that you do this on the date and at the time that your class is scheduled for. There may be special code that you’ll need to dial after calling in to be routed to the right tele-class, similar to how you would check the numbers on the door if you were looking for a classroom in a building. Once you’re in on the call, the instructor will greet everyone, introduce the program, start teaching, and then have question and answers period. Bear in mind that there may be a fee associated with a tele-class. These classes are convenient for voice over talent who do not live in large centers or have access to voice over coaches in their city. Voice Over .munities If you would like to network with other voice overs and aspiring talent, you can glean information and feedback from each other in person, through Internet chat groups, or by posting on voice over support forums. These kinds of .munities of professional and aspiring voice overs chat with each other about vocal technique, recording equipment, job opportunities, and more. One of the most fulfilling aspects of joining a peer support group is that you can share experiences with fellow voice overs, learn at your own pace, and if you’re in a position to do so, give insight to other voice overs. Voice Over Books One of the easiest and fastest ways to get a handle on the voice over field and voice industry as a whole is to sit down and read a good book. Aside from either going to the local library or ordering a book or voice-over eBook online, there isn’t much legwork. Good voice-over books will help you with technique and some also guide you from the ground up, including how to brand yourself, how to record voice-overs, be found on the Internet, promote your voice, make money as a voice over, operate your business, and give you the encouragement you need to get going. Another good idea is to locate a royalty-free voice over script collection. You will need one to record your first voice over demo from. These scripts are also good for practicing with either on your own or with a voice teacher. Getting started in voice overs is more .plicated than one would think, but for those who succeed in this career field, it is one of the most satisfying, flexible, and lucrative professions in the world.

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Dating All tarot cards regardless the designs you use have the same story running through them. What is important thing is that you attune yourself to the cards you are using. ATTURNING YOURSELF TO YOUR TAROT CARDS Some say that the tarot cards show the information the subconscious has collected from the universal mind which is all the people thoughts through out the world and this is what learning your card meanings and emotions will connect you to (attuning into this world of thoughts) Each tarot card is a small part of the whole store of the cycle of life. If you practice this enough times your subconscious will start to lock into their meanings and give you a deeper understanding of the cards. You or the person picking out the tarot cards to read should do it quickly as this stops the conscious mind thinking and lets the subconscious mind do its job. LAYING OUT THE CARDS When you start your reading spread the cards out face down and read one at a time. This helps you with the reading without the other cards at this stage mixing the message up. Each card is a sentence and the whole card layout is a page which will give you the answer you are looking for. The cards may not be in order to make much sense so you need to rearrange them to get the meanings they are trying to pass on to you. WHAT CARD LAYOUT TO USE The type of spreads used by most tarot card readers is based on how much you are willing to pay. Here are two that are simple to use. The Celtic cross and the nine cards spread. THIS IS HOW YOU WOULD LAY IT OUT A nine card spread gives quite a lot of information and should answer the question being asked. You read the card like you would a letter or book. The first three cards -top line – then the next three – middle line – and then next three bottom line, then read the cards from top to bottom which would be number one, four and seven, then two, five and eight and then three, six and nine, and lastly from corner to corner. First top left corner to bottom right corner then right top to bottom left. The Celtic cross is most popular for a single question, rather what is going to happen over the next six months sort of enquiry. I use only seven cards when I use a Celtic cross because the two cards that form the middle of the cross is enough to find the answer to a >a href " …tarotcardreadingsecret.." > single question. You put four cards in a line one under the other and the other three cards across the second card down of the four you have already laid down. The first card that is put down represents the person looking for an answer and is known as the significator. The two cards that are together that lay right under the significator are the main cards that will affect them. The left and right card that makes the cross again I use the left side as negative and the right side card as positive.

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Travel-and-Leisure There are many Maldives hotels out there that make every possible effort to ensure that the travelers enjoy a .fy and pocket friendly stay here. One prominent support that is provided by Maldives hotels that is encouraging tourists to .e in here is support for instant reservation. Last minute bookings and 24 hour support provided by hotels in Maldives are of course the encouraging factors that bring in clientele to this place again and again. One just needs to choose the travel dates and leave rest of the stay and sightseeing related arrangements on the hotel where they prefer to stay. There are more than 20 prominent and luxurious hotels in Maldives that offer a paradise holiday to all the tourists visiting this place. Hudhuran Fushi One amazing feature of this hotel that convinces most of the travelers visiting Maldives is that over here one can have the sandy beaches, coral reefs, crystal clear lagoons and beautiful scenic beauty at ones doorstep. Talking of the sumptuous food served here, three cuisines that are served here include Italian, la carte and seafood. Water sports are in abundance in this hotel as one can go for windsurfing and scuba diving as per ones preferences. People who prefer to relax here can make the most of the swimming pool, tennis, squash and volleyball courts. Kandooma Kandooma is one of those Maldives hotels that offer a refreshing change to the tourists who do not want to go in for that traditional holiday stay. This hotel has something to cater to the whole familys needs as it has a bar, a swimming pool, a fitness center and facilities for sailing also. As Kandooma is located only 35km from the Male International Airport, reaching here is not going to take much time. Bandos Island Resort Bandos Island Resort is a perfect romantic hideaway for the couples who want to spend some lonely time together. Being nested in lush green vegetation, this hotel is an ideal one for all those who are eager to spend active holidays in Maldives. There are plenty of things to do at this hotel and this is the reason that the youngsters visiting this place have a blast. Medhufushi Island Resort This is one of the Maldives hotels that are considered to be a retreat for the young couples and honeymooners as the unspoilt beauty of this place spreads warmth in the air. As it is a luxurious ac.modation, tourists who want to enjoy excellent food and friendly staff services. With so many Maldives hotels out there, it can be said that making a perfect stay and enjoying a great vacation time is not a tough thing if ones makes a right pick and gets the reservation done. 。