August 18, 2015 – “Is Coal Worth Fighting For?” May 8, 2018 – “An Elegant Surface: Small business owner finds unlimited uses for concrete” May 15, 2018 – “BEAR demographic effort good for area” May 22, 2018 – “Chamber to move to county building” June 5, 2018 – “Trust me, your resume needs… Continue reading Publications by Trenton
I’m a redneck through and through! But I am also a businessman. A few months back, I had this brilliant idea that would be part of reviving my blog and well…I didn’t do anything about it. It’s time! I live in rural Utah in a surprisingly beautiful area. I say surprisingly because those thousands of… Continue reading The YeeeeeHaw Review
It has been a long dry-spell for me in the blogging world and recently, I got a wake-up call. I facilitate an entrepreneur group that meets in 12-week cohorts. During this time, we are encouraged to have at least one project review to discuss with business leaders the progress we made or plan to make… Continue reading I’ve got to write this blog so I don’t get slapped!
Mentoring is one of the most underused education resources. For centuries, the principle source of higher education has been the University. I appreciate and honor my degree from a higher education institution but I have learned that a fixed curriculum designed for the masses can never bring a person to their full potential. I have… Continue reading Mentoring, A Priceless Investment
(This post was originally posted on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/endless-potential-10-steps-your-purpose-life-trenton-willson/edit?trk=pulse-art-edit_btn) Is there such a thing as the perfect job or career? Are you satisfied with your job? Is the pay and benefits worth the effort? Do you have enough family and leisure time? If not, why? I have always enjoyed my jobs, but to be honest,… Continue reading Endless Potential! 10 Steps to Your Purpose in Life
25 Rules of the Resume Resume Rule Explanation Contact Information Ensure that contact information is on the top of the resume, is highly visible and accurate. Address is optional. If the commute may create a question of punctuality, leave it out. Some people may also prefer to keep their personal address undisclosed for safety or… Continue reading 25 Rules of the Resume
My next pet that I get to name will be called “Peeve.” Why, you may ask? I can then say to people, “this is my pet Peeve.” Speaking of such pets, one of mine is the cliche and over used job search advice and tactics given by almost every job counselor in the system. Equally… Continue reading Internalizing the Interview Questions