On The Road Again ...
Make Your Commute Time Work For You!
You're on the freeway stuck in rush-hour traffic, or maybe you're cruising along a
"secret" back-road route you discovered in a moment of desperation. In either case,
you've got time on your hands, or should we say, ears? If your car has a cassette
player, your drive to work could be turned into a tutoring session offering you ideas
on how to be more organized, proficient, or even learn another language!
Many book stores now carry a variety of audio cassettes dealing with a number of
themes. Besides a number of "books on tape" now available, which offer
entertainment and relaxation to the driver, there are now many educational
Take a moment to discuss with your Account Executive which areas you might
If you have difficulty handling a number of tasks at once , you might look for a
cassette that tells you how to manage your time more efficiently and prioritize tasks.
If you have trouble remembering what people tell you, you may want to pick up a
cassette that deals with ways to listen more accurately and retain the information
If you aren't feeling the need to improve in any particular area, listening to a cassette
on a topic of personal interest to you may help pass the time more quickly as well as
expand your skills. For example, learning a second, or additional language is a
sure-fire method of becoming more marketable. Many companies deal on an
international level. Fluency in a language, such as Spanish, will make you a more
attractive candidate for many positions.
Managing your time well means using your time efficiently. Instead of listening to
morning radio shows, turn your morning and evening commutes into mini-classes.
No matter what industry you chose for your career, there will always be more you can
learn. You can always learn to do your job in a more efficient manner. Additional
methods and philosophies of working may be found on educational cassettes. Give
it a try. Keep up the good work, your eyes on the road and your ears tuned to the
I felt like I was being treated like a person, and not like just another applicant. I've been on quite a few interviews here lately, and I felt better leaving this interview than I have in a while.
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