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Some job recruiters will call applicants at work, where it is inappropriate to discuss other job offers. Learn what the best thing to do and say in that situation is with advice from a career adviser in this free video on job guidance. Expert: Pat Goodwin Contact: www.PatGoodwinAssociates.com Bio: Pat Goodwin is a certified personnel consultant and a career transition consultant who has worked with hundreds of individuals over the past 20 years. Filmmaker: Todd Green

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Cold Calling for a Job is the most popular Video in the Job Search Methodology Series of Videos from the Immigrant Coach. www.immigrantcoach.com

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At times in our lives we need a fresh calling from God that we may have purpose in our lives. God is always willing to re-assure us of the direction that we are going in.

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Teaser Trailer based on my novel “His Calling” available on Amazon.com Music by Music: Kevin MacLeod “Mistake the Getaway” incompetech.com www.foursidesofcross.com

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A glimpse into Chapter Seven of the inspired new novel, THE CALLING A VOICE IN THE DEAD WOODS, by Jacob Israel. For more information visit www.JacobIsrael.org. For the best price on line, visit amazon.com, key words THE CALLING JACOB ISRAEL

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Set in the near future, a teenager and his friends are called by God to save their town from evil people and the demons that control them. Jamie, the main character, has a dark vision and this sets everything in motion. Jamie tells his friends and they decide to help him try to understand what is happening. An angelic visitation shows that the teens must join forces and form a bond of unity to help overcome the evil taking place in their town. Through a series of supernatural events, a plot is revealed that will shake the very foundation of the town. With the help of family, angels and a mysterious man named Jerry, the teens work to discover the enemy’s plans and put a stop to it. This book is the first in a series and is aimed at teens through to adults.

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