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James P DeVellis Explains the Ins and Outs of Voluntary Work

James P DeVellis Explains the Ins and Outs of Voluntary Work

Working voluntarily, meaning you don’t get paid for it, is something that was originally started by religious organizations. The goal was to make sure the invalid, orphans, the homeless, and other needy individuals could get help. By the 1980s, voluntary organizations expanded outside of the religious network and became an integral part of local communities. At first, the non-religious organizations…

For Bob Mims Memphis Networking Opportunities Exist on the Golf Course and Beyond

For Bob Mims Memphis Networking Opportunities Exist on the Golf Course and Beyond

If you were around in the 80s, you may remember that no doctor would work on Wednesday afternoon. Instead, they would play golf. This was a universal guideline, practiced from Louisville to Anchorage. According to Bob Mims Memphis offered a true community for these people, many of whom had met at university. They would share news and swing clubs, set…

The Adrian Rubin Crunchbase page shows how you can make the most out of real estate

The Adrian Rubin Crunchbase page shows how you can make the most out of real estate

You don’t have to work for the FBI, earn £70,000 every payday and tick all of the other “rich” boxes to make the most out of real estate. On the contrary, this is a field which is open to absolutely everyone – regardless of your income or general status. Sure, it’s sometimes ringfenced with so-called “experts” often claiming that investments…

George Ammar talks about professionalism in accounting

George Ammar talks about professionalism in accounting

It’s a profession which is seemingly as straight as one could imagine, but the nature of accounting means that it’s also one where all individuals operating it really do have to watch their step and abide by various codes. George Ammar is one person who has studied professionalism in accounting to a great extent. He has explored the three elements…