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Tory Johnson’s all-new comprehensive
Make Money at Home program
Quick background from Tory Johnson
When Diane Sawyer announced that she’d be stepping away from the evening news anchor desk, I wrote a short tribute to the ABC News star. Diane championed some of my very best work, including dozens of Good Morning America segments where I taught countless viewers how to make money from home.
It’s a topic I know quite well. Those TV segments led to my first New York Times bestseller called WILL WORK FROM HOME, as well as the launch of a companion webinar several years ago. To this day, “make money at home” is the #1 search request on WomenForHire.com. I love helping people to discover solid home-based opportunities to support their financial freedom — and my team and I are doing it again now.
Exclusive Program from Tory Johnson
The Women For Hire team receives these questions every day:
How can I make money at home right now?
Where do I find legitimate opportunities?
What does it take to spot and avoid scams?
Given the intense interest in this growing industry, Women For Hire has produced an all-new Make Money From Home video program.
This exclusive 90-minute video features:
• the newest information about work from home offerings
• interviews with the best experts in this field
• candid chats with women who make money from home every day and share the pitfalls and the real potential
• tips and tactics to prevent you from ever falling prey to scams
• Want to spend more time with your family?
• Lost your job and looking for a replacement?
• Have a medical challenge that keeps you home bound?
• Looking to supplement your income?
• Need to ditch that costly, gas-guzzling commute?
• Dream of being in control of your earning potential?
• Want to start a holiday fund?
• Trying to replenish your dwindling retirement account?
• Saving for a rainy day?
No matter why you want to work from home, this Make Money at Home video will expose you to a range of viable opportunities and help you choose the path that best suits you.
Register Now to Gain Access
As a registrant, you’ll receive password-protected access to the 90-minute video program.
*Start and stop the program to watch at your pace.
*Receive online access to watch it unlimited times for one full year.
*Get a downloadable RESOURCE GUIDE with links and contacts.
You don’t need any special software or technology to view the program. You’ll access the video straight from WomenForHire.com using the username and password issued to you.
Registration Fee: $18.95
THE IMPORTANT SMALL PRINT: This program does not provide anyone with employment nor does it offer any kind of guarantee to make money. This program provides information only on opportunities and resources offered by third parties that require each viewer, reader and subscriber to optionally apply and/or inquire directly to review interest and/or eligibility. Women For Hire LLC, Tory Johnson Productions Inc and its directors, employees and affiliates are not responsible for the earning potential (or lack there of) of any subscriber.
If you’re a registered dietitian, chances are that you know a colleague who works for Sodexo. With a network of more than 2,250 dietitians, Sodexo is the largest private employer of dietitians in North America.
As experts in this field, we place a high priority on the careers of our dietitians – offering numerous opportunities for career growth and professional development – so that they can focus on reaching their career goals while cultivating relationships with our clients and their patients.
The stories from the Sodexo family of dietitians are many, including that of Nina Crowley, who serves as a bariatric dietitian for the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC.
“In my eight years of working with Sodexo, I have grown from an entry level Registered Dietitian, just happy to be getting a paycheck, to a professional specializing in bariatric surgery nutrition with a promising career,” said Crowley.
A shoulder to cry on could help make the daily-grind bearable for unhappy workers.
A study conducted by Michael Sollitto, a communications professor at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, reveals that having a close-bond with co-workers helps frustrated employees de-stress.
Understanding this often-perceived negative communication can help managers and companies better interact with employees and improve these unsatisfying conditions, Sollitto said.
The research is critical as employers realize costs to replace, rehire and retrain employees are on the rise, and as employees continue to strive for a fulfilling career. The latest Bureau of Labor Statistics report stated that the unemployment rate is 5.6% with a 3.3% turnover rate. It is estimated that replacing an employee could cost an organization roughly $14,000.
By Liz Wiseman
The best leaders bring out the best in others. They inspire people’s best thinking and finest work. They not only encourage and empower but are challenging and demanding. They set high expectations, push people to the edge of their comfort zone, and then hold others fully accountable. When leaders don’t hold the highest of expectations, they hold people back.
While encouraging others comes easily to many women, playing the role of challenger can be, well, a real challenge. It is hard to ask people to do something they don’t yet know how to do. We know it will be hard on them as they scramble up a steep learning curve. But it’s in this rookie space – doing something for the first time that is hard – where people do their best work.
In my research for my book, Rookie Smarts, I found that rookies are surprisingly strong performers. They listen carefully, marshal experts and work quickly, conducting small experiments and frequently checking in with stakeholders to mitigate risk. In knowledge industries, rookies tend to outperform experienced professionals – especially in innovation and speed.