Archive for ◊ July, 2013 ◊

• Monday, July 15th, 2013

Annual Road Trip with AAA on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 on The Strategy Sessions Radio Show

For the third year straight, the nation’s largest, trusted federation of motor clubs and travel resources, AAA, joins us on The Strategy Sessions radio show for the Annual Road Trip with AAA. Heather Hunter, AAA Public Relations Director, returns to discuss hot travel destinations in the United States and abroad, safe travel tips, preparing for unanticipated travel issues including wild weather, pet travel, and getting your car ready to hit the road.

Heather Hunter, AAA, shares travel tips on The Strategy Sessions

 

TOPICS COVERED:

• Hot travel destinations (from the AAA blog, Travel Views)

• How to stay safe and calm during travel emergencies, including wild weather

• Tips for traveling with pets

• Strategies for traveling with family, friends, and solitary travel

Listen LIVE:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thestrategysessions

Have a question or comment for AAA?

Call (347) 539-5143

Email talkback@ksgsc.com

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For more information about AAA and traveling resources, visit:

AAA online: www.aaa.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/aaafanpage

Twitter: AAA_Travel @AAASafety @AAAAuto @AAANews

YouTube: www.youtube.com/aaa

ABOUT THE STRATEGY SESSIONS

A radio show featuring industry leaders who share tips and strategies on business, careers, travel, health, and more, The Strategy Sessions airs live on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 11:00 a.m. ET. The show has featured luminaries representing corporations, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations such as the U.S. Small Business Administration; Internships.com; AAA; American Express; Women Impacting Public Policy; LifeLock; Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship; Aetna; the American Heart Association; and, Lockheed Martin. For more information, or to download the podcast, visit www.blogtalkradio.com/thestrategysessions. Twitter hashtag #TheStrategySessions

 

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• Thursday, July 04th, 2013

Declare Your Own Independence

Today, we celebrate the brave efforts of our forefathers, who fought tirelessly for America’s freedom. Make a pledge to assert your own independence in your professional lives:

1. Proactively seek opportunities to grow: Desired change will never come to anyone who sits around waiting for it. In order to make a career or professional transition, start a business, or get a promotion, one has to work for it. Pledge to do one thing this week to help you grow, such as sign up for an online course in accounting, read The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, take a Spanish class, or consider becoming an entrepreneur.

2. Update your resume: Always be at-the-ready with a resume that you can tweak for a particular position. Having an easily personalized resume for a job opportunity in which you are interested decreases the amount of time it takes to submit the finished product, and can reduce the stress that usually accompanies developing a resume.

3. Create a circle of influence: Create, or widen, your circle of mentors and supporters who can give you sage advice, listen when you want to share ideas with them, or just lend you a shoulder when you ware weary.

Are you declaring your independence today? Let us know how by emailing Ask@ksgsc.com.

 

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