Cruise Line Careers – These Are the Steps to Getting a Cruise Job Fast

Cruise line careers are on top of the career wish-list of many people around the globe. But unfortunately not many people will be able to secure their dream cruise job all because they are going about getting it the wrong way. You will find out how to really secure the cruise job you need here.

It has been the dream of lots of people to experience what it feels like to work and travel on a luxury cruise ship to interesting holiday destination around the globe. It’s an exciting feeling to be able to visit various exotic places, while getting paid. It’s a fantastic career opportunity especially for those who love to travel.

You get to travel without incurring expenses and you get to do this is styles. It’s an opportunity you shouldn’t miss. You get to join in on board parties and events. This gives you an opportunity to make friends both on the ship and at the various locations you visit. Cruise line careers give you all of these benefits. You can easily network with others on board.

These contacts can lead to other opportunities to further your career, education or earn business. It’s a great opportunity to on a weekly basis, earn a tax free income. The fact that you have zero expenses on board means you can save enough money for a deposit on a house or a new car.

You could use the extra cash to clear your debts or buy things you need for yourself or your family. Now, it would be a great mistake for you to simply rush to the various cruise job recruitment sites, and start submitting your application and CV.

That’s what most people are doing and it won’t help you secure the cruise and it won’t help you secure the cruise position you need quickly. What you need is accurate tips and information about the pre – and post – application process.

This is extremely important. Cruise line careers are available to all, but if you want to be among those who succeed and get hired, start by getting the cruise application guide lines.

An Anti Aging Skin Care Guide For Those Seeking Better Skin

My best friend and I do everything together. We have been since we were teenagers. We went through first crushes, first break ups, first careers, heart breaks and joys. All together, like best friends do. However, as we aged I realized that even though our friendship remained the same, our skin hadn’t. It was like she had a secret anti aging skin care guide that I didn’t know about.

We both led pretty healthy lives. We practiced a good, balanced diet, and led active lifestyles. We also tried our best to keep our skin out of the sun as much as possible. But, suddenly as I reached my thirties my once smooth, radiant, youthful skin started to lose its firmness, and I started to see the signs of wrinkles around my eyes and mouth. I was mortified, especially when I looked at my friend’s skin that still didn’t look an age over 25.

I finally had to ask her how she was able to keep her skin looking so good. She gave me a look like; “Why did it take you so long to ask me?” Afterward, she told me her simple, ultimate anti aging skin care treatment regimen.

Her guidance gave me the tools to rejuvenating my skin to make it look younger, healthier, and more beautiful than it had ever looked before. After learning this simple guide to great skin, I was so happy with the results I knew I had to share with everyone.

The first thing in her anti aging skin care guide was educating yourself on what damages your skin, so you can know what to avoid, and how to properly treat your skin. One of the main causes of skin damage and premature aging is sun damage. Another key cause of skin damage is due to free radicals. These are imbalanced electrons that are produced through oxidation. They cause accelerated aging and skin damage.

Knowing these key factors in skin damage can help you in finding the right anti aging skin care treatment. Now that she gave me the information on what causes premature skin aging and skin damage, the next step in her anti aging skin care guide was to let me in on what kinds of ingredients I should be looking for in an anti wrinkle cream that can successfully combat these skin damagers and give me the youthful, radiant skin that I was looking for.

The first thing she filled me in on was a unique Japanese sea kelp called Phytessence Wakame. Commonly known in Japan as the “beauty preserver,” phytessence wakame is rich in B-vitamins and keeps the skin smooth, moisturized, and radiant. It is also known for increasing elasticity in the skin and repairing irritated and dry skin.

Another ingredient to look for in your anti aging skin care treatment is an antioxidant called Cynergy TK. It contains a functional keratin that reduces fine lines and wrinkles, promotes firmness and elasticity in skin, and makes your skin more radiant, while giving your skin a smoother, even toned complexion.

The last “must-have” ingredient she mentioned in her anti aging skin care guide was something called Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10. This is a coenzyme that protects your skin against aging due to harmful UV exposure, reduces wrinkles, nourishes skin with antioxidants, and rejuvenates the skin by enhancing cell activity.

So, that was it. Her ultimate anti aging skin care guide was as simple as figuring out what damages your skin and creates premature aging, and the substances that are needed in any anti aging skin care treatment that will help in reducing and preventing the damage that is done to your skin by these skin damagers. Now that you have the insight I have you can get out there and start your journey into creating and maintaining better, more youthful and beautiful skin!

Don’t Waste Money on Your Kid’s Education

I didn’t say, don’t spend money on your kids’ education – I said don’t waste it. And wasting it is paying for an education that is not in line with your kid’s talents, strengths and passions.

We want our kids to be successful. This comes by discovering and living their greatness – their unique abilities – not by living a life dictated by others. I hear it over and over again when talking to most anyone who has been to college lately, “I got a __________ degree because that is what my parents thought I should do.” And many resent the wasted time and resources studying something that now has no real impact in their lives.

A college education is another tool to help prepare our kids to be successful; this requires us to talk about what personal and professional success is.

To be professionally successful means that our kids must add value and make a difference in the workplace. At least in our country, we are no longer in an industrial (make-things) age; we are in an intellectual (provide service) age – most of today’s businesses provide service instead of products. No longer are employees hidden behind machines; work today has employees face-to-face with customers. To connect with customers and inspire their loyalty (which is the key to business success) requires that employees be both intrinsically good at what they do and interested in doing it. Since not everyone is good at everything and is not interested in everything, the more aligned the role is with the employee’s hardwired abilities, the better the employee fits and performs. Fit matters.

Couple this with a reduction in the workforce because of the recession to a point most organizations must now get more done with less. The right person in the right job is exponentially more effective and more productive. These are employees who know their talents, strengths and passions, and work in roles that allow them to do what they do best. Much of the preparation can come from a well-aligned major.

The other measure of success is personal success. And as the name indicates, the definition of personal success is unique to each of us. The definition of success for one person may be to influence the life of children, work in discovering cures, or making a million dollars a year. Each person must identify his or her personal definition of success to be inspired to achieve it. Defining success for our kids takes this responsibility from them; they must define success in their terms in order to own their lives and be accountable. As parents, we must learn not to mandate the path but rather to mandate owning the path. Which path they choose must be theirs.

Here are two examples:

I know a very successful attorney – where he defines success as financial success. He insists that both of his sons be attorneys and thereby be “successful.” Neither wants the work, the lifestyle or the money. To move ahead in their own lives, they have disconnected from their father who refuses to listen or acknowledge what they want for their lives. They now have no relationship.

Another friend was brilliant in architecture; he loved everything about it – he could visualize space and dimensions with the most amazing ability. His parents told him they would pay for a business degree, nothing else. He didn’t have the money so he got the business degree. He is not living his dream or bringing his best to either his work or his life. Money wasted.

Nature enables us to be wonderfully successful as it gives us our unique abilities – our very specific talents, strengths and passions. In our talent areas, we learn more easily, are actively inspired to learn and think broader – we have a natural competitive advantage.

Before we spend money on college or other education, it is critical to help our kids self-discover – to learn about what they are both good at and interested in doing. When they approach college with a clear understanding of who they are, they will start to see options and opportunities in their world that are a good fit for them – those environments that allow them do what they do best and are most passionate about doing.

When students come to college and have not wisely chosen what to study, (studying something their parents mandate, their friends are doing, or have no idea why they are studying), they are bored, frequently over their heads and struggle through school. Many quit. The attrition rate is significant for incoming college freshmen who do little or no career planning.

Additionally, if a student’s major is not in line with his core abilities, he frequently underperforms at school. When it comes time to stand out and get hired, his grades and performance have not been the best; he is passed over for others who were more successful in the major. This affects the school’s reputation as businesses find less competitive and prepared students when they recruit. Students leave schools without the ability to compete or to use the information they studied over the previous years.

We all look for a return on our money – and it is fair to ask what the return on the investment (ROI) of the education will be. Don’t waste money on your kids’ education – spend it wisely – insist that whoever pays for the education get a strong return on the investment. Be sure they know what they are good at and passionate about. Be sure they know their world and the places that offer the best options and opportunities for their particular combination of unique abilities. Then the education will bring someone who is already good to a greater, more competitive and more successful level.

Not everyone is good at everything. But everyone is great at some things. Identify those and guide your kids to study what matters to them and to use what they study to invent a successful (personal and professional) life on their terms. After all, whose life is it anyway?