Tips for Top Performance in an Important Job Interview

Here are some tips to increase the odds that a high-stakes job interview goes well:

A Plan to Eat Right for Life

Nothing tastes as good as being fit feels” is a good mantra to run through in your mind over and over as you concentrate on taking in only enough calories to live as they say Eat Right for Life, in order to get and stay fit.  You should also exercise (see this post for details on how much) but controlling calorie intake is essential to get, and stay, in shape.

The chart below summarizes and organizes years of study and experience, along with wisdom from experts, into a straightforward set of steps that you can work into your daily eating routine. Following the approach, complemented with regular exercise, has changed my life.  I feel better now that I weigh 40 lbs less than at my peak, I am more active than I have ever been, and I have more energy for not only work but also the fun things in life.

I hope you find it useful:

A Plan to Eat Right for Life


Note on Letters of Recommendation

Students, parents, teachers, and those who write letters of recommendation for admission to a high school or college often underestimate how much of a difference the recommendation makes.  Those who take recommendations seriously and who work to make them the best they can, find it a relatively easy way to get an edge on the competition. Continue reading Note on Letters of Recommendation