Posted on Feb 4, 2015
MSgt Michael Durkee
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Although most of would assume this to be a given, it never hurts to keep our tip of the spears sharp.

http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2015/02/03/7-key-etiquette-tips-for-your-job-search
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SMSgt Gary Calhoun
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Publilius Syrus said "A good reputation is more valuable than money".

Etiquette, civility or whatever one wishes to call it is always important - and not just for the next step in a career. Aside from the obvious and moral reasons, life has a way of weaving others into and though our sphere of influence - often years after the fact. Treat people shabbily and the word will get out; your ability to form teams or influence policy will surely suffer.

Etiquette allows us to treat others as we would like to be treated, and frees us from memorizing the political threads of those that one must curry favor from, or placate or evade. Instead, we can focus on the objectives at hand to be successful in business...and life.
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SGT Jim Z.
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Thank you for sharing
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SGT James Elphick
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MSgt Michael Durkee It's surprising how many Veterans have a hard time following this, despite the fact that most of these items are things we should already know from our time in service.
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SGT James Elphick It is surprising, unfortunately sometimes what we know is so very different from what we convey.
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