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I hope you enjoyed this Thanksgiving with your family and also had an opportunity to rest and helped the economy, with your Christmas shopping on that crazy Black Friday, or I should say Thanksgiving evening shopping, for some.
Anyway, the end of year is coming and what a better way to celebrate that to visit with all the people you have met throught the…Continue
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You were born to WIN...There are several Biblical passages that say, " You were made to have life abundantly", and " I have fought a good fight ." Sounds like I am a winner.
But to be the winner I was born to be I must:
* Plan to Win
* Prepare to Win
* Expect to Win
Let's focus our attention on several…Continue
Added by Barry E. Holzbach on November 16, 2011 at 10:24am — No Comments
InHouston invites our members, members’ children and grandchildren to join in the holiday spirit by submitting artwork for our annual InHouston Christmas holiday card. A panel of judges will select the best submission in each of the following age brackets:
Added by Eric Standlee on November 14, 2011 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Victor Frankl once wrote, "Everything can be taken from a person but one thing: the last of human freedoms - to choose one's attitudes in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way." Frankl was right. Attitude is a choice. You could be faced with a thousand problems, many or most over which you have absolutely no control. However, there is always one thing you are in complete and absolute control of and that is your own attitude.
When you surrender control of…
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Steven Kay is a Talkshow Celebrity in Houston.
He's also a huge friend of InHouston.
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I have been asked to help this charity raise funds.
InHouston is a sponsor.
If you know anyone who'd like to go, please share this.
Will you thrive...or merely survive?
While the state of the economy will have some influence on the answer to that question, your attitude and actions will have the greatest impact. What it all boils down to is this: you can sit around and wait for things to get better...or you can take action and make things better. If you choose the latter option, here are five things you can do to bolster your success.
Added by Barry E. Holzbach on November 10, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
InHouston - Katy Preimer Business Professional Networking MixerInHouston-Katy Preimer Business Professional Networking Mixer invites area business professionals to come join many different business professionals for, networking, net weaving and social networking on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, 4:00PM – 8:00 PM. at Vida Loca Mexican Bar and Grill, 21810 Kingsland Blvd, Katy, Tx.. Door prize donations and name badge sponsors welcomed. Drink Specials: 50% off some drinks…Continue
Added by Newell Cheatheam on November 8, 2011 at 12:13pm — No Comments
Do you ever sit down and say to yourself, "I wish I had more clients NOW!"? So, you think about what you can do to improve your business, and your head fills with all of the advice people have given you about what to do in your business.
Added by Roger Boneno on November 5, 2011 at 5:35pm — No Comments
InHouston Job Fair Announcement
John Maxwell, has spent his life writing about those truths, that will be any generations bedrock. You find any culture, that has betrayed these truths, and they have ceased to exist.
Begin your journey today...
1) People are attracted to leaders. There are lots of followers but few leaders.
2) Help others get to where they want to go. Stop taking and be a giver.
3) Build relationships,…Continue
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It may seem difficult at first but, you can do it.
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Click the image below to go to our list of Featured Events.
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Then As you RSVP on each there are several buttons to push:
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Then on the right sidebar there is a "Share on Linkedin" link to share the events there as well.
InHouston is great because of you!
Hope to see you…
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I just wanted to follow up with our request for exhibitors for our InHouston Job Fair.
Our Job Fair volunteers are ALL volunteers. The funds raise by the exhibitors will go to paying for the venue, catering, meeting costs, etc... If anything is left over then some commissions on attracting exhibitors has been promised in order to attract the right exhibitors.
InHouston and the Job Fair volunteers are excited to spend 100s of hours trying to make this Job…Continue
Added by Eric Standlee on November 2, 2011 at 10:16pm — No Comments
New Business Development Manager - IT Solutions into the Energy Industry
Chronos Consulting (www.chronosconsulting.com) is part of the Coberon Chronos Group, an award winning global leader in permanent and temporary staffing, RPO and business process automation solutions (www.chronosworkflow.com) for global multinationals. The Group owns and operates 41 offices worldwide.
Added by Dr Simon Harding on November 1, 2011 at 3:12pm — No Comments
In FY2011, the federal government was slated to spend $1.3T. Of that amount, 98% went to BIG COMPANIES in spite of the fact that, by law, 39% of all federal dollars are supposed to go to SMALL BUSINESSES, including all contracts under $150,000. The best year for small businesses was 25%; last year it was 21%. Why? Because not enough small businesses TRIED!! The federal government wants to do business with small contractors. That's why the…Continue
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