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I Hate My Job and My Boss

Posted by 104Inc.com on December 10, 2008

I here the same complaint over and over again; my manager sucks, I hate my boss, if I was in charge I would be a better boss, the owner of the company never listens to my ideas. I have one thing to say to those people. STOP COMPLAINING!!!

The reason you are in a dead end no where job is because you are not the smartest or the most efficient or the hardest working. Most of you who complain about this are probably reading this from your desk at work instead of being productive. The successful people do not work for anyone but themselves. They
create something new to bring to the marketplace. They are the ones who create opportunities so a lazy dumb ass like you can even have a job.

I want you to conduct an honest evaluation about yourself and your work ethic and ask your self the following questions:

1. How much time do you spend speaking with co-workers about things other then work?

2. How much time in a day do you send on email talking with friends or forwarding jokes rather then doing your job?

3. When was the last time you presented a feasible idea to the company which can help the company to increase sales, profitability, and efficiency?

4. How often do you have to be told what to do in your job rather then you taking the lead to do your job?

5. How often do you send your work up to management without checking the quality of your work?

If you are truly working at least 40 hours per week and the answer to number 1-2 is 0 think about what the owner of the company is doing? That owner is probably working 2-3 time more then you because they want to make sure that the company stays afloat so that you and all the people just like you will still have a job tomorrow.

The reason that you are not moving up is because you have done nothing when it comes to points 3-5. You need to remember something. Most smart and successful entrepreneurs and managers already know what they want and how they want it and it is most likely they will not take your advice or suggestions. So next time they tell you to do something do not say it cannot be done. Try to figure out how to get it done. Do not ask question just do it. As long as you get the end result and it is legitimate and ethical do it. That will show the manager that you are worthy of more and worthy of success.

If you still hate what you are doing, go to 104jobz.com. Find a staffing company that can place you with a firm that you can work with.

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Money in the Bank series to show business owners & employees how savings add up

Posted by 104Inc.com on December 3, 2008

Disciplined expense management by every business is more important than ever as global economic challenges are expected to continue through 2009. Your company can continue its strong market position by concentrating on savings opportunities throughout the organization. To help with this effort, I will write a communication series called, Money in the Bank, that will spotlight policies and best practices aimed at reducing expenses.

The goal of the series is to keep savings top of mind, while providing real examples of how employers and empolyees can make small changes that have significant impact on the business financial performance. Many of the most important savings opportunities will come from increasing employee awareness of business costs and compliance with guidelines provided here.

“There are no small aggregate expenses, If we work individually to eliminate unnecessary spending, our combined efforts will help us maintain our financial strength as the economy recovers.”    

Many normal business expenses represent costs that can be controlled or influenced, giving each employee the ability to impact profitability of the company with simple changes in behavior. In addition, many cost saving initiatives also result in environmental benefits that help your business address climate change by reducing energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental impacts of our operations.

You are encouraged to submit your own expense management tips and ideas by writing comments below these articles. Stay connected with Money in the Bank

The first Money in the Bank article, featuring expense management tips for all, will launch on tomorrow. Look for other articles to be published here weekly.

All articles will be archived for easy access on http://www.articlesbase.com/authors/104inc.com/55579.htm

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Looking For A Safe “Bank” For Your Money?

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 25, 2008

Overall Messages

  • Bank of America is one of the world’s largest and strongest financial institutions, by many indicators.
  • We believe it has a strong balance sheet and liquidity, a diverse earnings stream, leading positions in key businesses and a world-leading brand.
  • Even in these challenging and uncertain times, they have continued to meet the needs of their customers and clients while taking steps that should significantly enhance earnings capabilities when economic and financial markets conditions improve, and they will.
  • Because of the sheer scale and diversity of their businesses, the company is better able to withstand market shocks than many of their peers.
  • The advantages of comprehensive financial solutions, geographic and earnings diversity, liquidity and capital strength position them to compete in the marketplace.

Proof Points

  • Strong balance sheet and liquidity.
    • More U.S. deposits than any other bank, with total deposits of nearly $874B as of September 30, 2008.
    • Bank of America and Bank of America, N.A. have high long-term bond ratings from the major credit rating agencies. Bank of America, N.A. (long term): Moody’s, Aaa; Standard & Poor’s, AA. BAC (long term senior): Moody’s, Aa2; Standard & Poor’s, AA-.
    • Tier One Capital Ratio exceeding 9% (assuming acquisition of Merrill and after TARP money).
    • Third quarter results. Net income of $1.18B, even after absorbing losses associated with market turbulence and several one-time charges as well as continued high credit costs. With year-to-date net profits of $5.8B, Bank of America has been one of the most profitable banking companies in the world while operating in a very difficult environment.
  • Leading positions: Largest retail bank in the U.S., serving 1 in 2 households. Largest commercial bank in the U.S., serving 1 in 3 companies with revenues of $2.5MM to $2B. Relationships with 99 percent of the U.S. Fortune 500 companies and 83 percent of the Fortune Global 500.
  • Most admired financial services brand in the world by the Financial Times.
  • Open for business and planning for the future.
    • Even in this challenging environment, we are taking advantage of key growth opportunities, using our continued strength and stability.
    • We continue lending to those who need and can afford credit.
      • Business lending remains strong and we have continued making loans to states and municipalities in a time of extraordinary uncertainty.
      • In just the three months since the merger with Countrywide was finalized, we have helped more than 250,000 Americans purchase a home or save money on the home they already own.
    • The Countrywide and Merrill Lynch acquisitions will expand our ability to deliver critical financial services to millions of Americans – including mortgages and financial planning –and help stabilize the financial markets.
    • Our home retention programs will help up to 630,000 borrowers keep their homes, by modifying more than $100B in current home loans.

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