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How do your harness the power of social media when looking for a job? Video blogger Aaron Herman spoke with Lavie Margolin about job searching and his new book From Linked Out to LinkedIn. From Linked Out to LinkedIn: Unlocking the power for career success in 2013 You joined LinkedIn because a friend or colleague told you that you must join. Now that you are signed up, you are probably a bit puzzled as to why everyone is raving about the site. You know that it is a resource to advance your professional position, better market your business or find a job but you are not sure how to use LinkedIn to achieve those objectives. Creating your profile, adding connections and joining groups were no problem but now what? This book is the tool that you need to TRULY UNDERSTAND LinkedIn and maximize its power for ultimate career success. Author and Career Coach Lavie Margolin has spent years leveraging his LinkedIn network, building valuable connections and advising businesses on how to use the site. For the first time in one book, Lavie shares his most valuable tips on how to turn your knowledge of LinkedIn from “What Now?” to “Success Now!”

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Author Michael Gates Gill discusses his book “How Starbucks Saved My Life” on October 19, 2007 as part of Northeastern University Libraries’ Meet the Author Series. Michael Gates Gill used to be a top-ranking advertising executive who enjoyed all the advantages in life until, at age 53, he lost his job, then his family, before being diagnosed with a slow-growing brain tumor. After hitting rock bottom he got a job at Starbucks. Gill had to face the hard facts that he was 63 and working at an hourly paying job with people half his age. He was confronted with his personal prejudices having to do with classism, racism, and ageism. Gill shares his personal transformation to achieving self-acceptance and gaining a renewed sense of purpose through this surprising journey. “How Starbucks Saved My Life” is now being made into a major motion picture starring Tom Hanks. FInd his book in the Library’s catalog, NUCAT at CT275.G4163 A3 2007.

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Maggie Osteder’s given up hope of finding a man who shares her love for India. So while her friends plan dream weddings, she follows her heart, fulfilling a ten-year dream of becoming a career missionary. “Don’t lose heart. Stay focused on serving, and God will take care of the rest,” her mother always tells her. Yet upon arrival in Chennai, a fellow missionary makes a comment that strikes to Maggie’s heart–that her ministry will be more effective if she’s married. And her newfound friend says she has the perfect match: the new doctor, Gavin Munsfield. But Maggie isn’t so sure she’s ready to open her heart. . .especially to a man who seems to be struggling with his own issues. One woman. One God. One passion.

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Sharon Hinck discusses the arts in the life of a follower of Christ, and her new novel, “Stepping Into Sunlight.”

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Kim Brooks discussing her novel, “He’s Saved…But is He For Real?” (sequel to, He’s Fine…But is He Saved?) to young ladies at Perfecting Church’s Annual Heaven’s Haberdashery. For more info. visit www.Kimontheweb.com

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Author Donna Dawson explains how her faith shapes her writing and how her writing reflects her faith.

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Award winning author, Anita Higman, speaks about romance, faith, and Humble Texas in this fun and enlightening interview on The Harvest Show. The Harvest Show TV interview featuring Anita Higman and her latest novel, Love Finds You In Humble Texas. Find out more about this author here www.anitahigman.com Find out more about this book http Romance Inspirational Christian fiction Religious

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Inspired by the Hallelujah Love series (Sex In The Sanctuary, Love Like Hallelujah, A Preacher’s Passion, Heaven Right Here and Reverend Feelgood – January, ’10), Tish TV will initially feature two segments: Talk About It Tuesdays and Tell The Truth Thursdays. Based on conversations generated by topics in this series, we’ll discuss subjects often considered “taboo” in the religious community, and we’ll do so in an atmospher of absolute non-judgment and unconditional love.

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Author James Carroll coming to Weymouth
On Tuesday, May 11, at 7 p.m. the Scituate and Weymouth Affiliates of Voice of the Faithful will present best selling author and Boston Globe columnist, James Carroll. Carroll will present and sign his latest book, “Practicing Catholic”.

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