Fear of traveling

first_imgGerardo Bacon is the president of the Peña The Great Family, one of the most prestigious for its traveling zeal that has led them to accompany the team of their loves around the world for almost four decades (it was founded in 1982). Next Tuesday it must be played in Manchester the second leg of the round of 16 in which the men of Zidane must go back 1-2 Bernabeu. They will be there.Gerardo and his supporters do not lose faith and that explains why no less than 250 fans have signed up for the trip, some from Paris, Copenhagen, Lustenau (Austria) and Oldenburg (Germany). “We are divided into three itineraries. The first leaves this Sunday and includes visits to Liverpool, Manchester, Oxford and London. We return on Saturday. The second itinerary departs from Playing cards On match day. We flew early, at eight, and then back home. All for 400 euros. And the third itinerary travels from Alicante, since in the area we have our subsidiary of the Great Family in Hellín and Ubeda. We have filled another flight and they return at dawn eight hours after the end of the game. That goes for 180 euros. “However, everything can go to hell. UEFA He could decide at any time that the match be played behind closed doors. Or it will go further if the four games next week are suspended and postponed until a new date. Gerardo Tocino explains that the total amount of the three trips organized by his club, with 250 fans, amounts to almost 150,000 euros. “Despite the fear of a trip due to the coronavirus, I cannot voluntarily cancel it. We would lose all the money and we are not exactly left over. Another thing is that UEFA announces drastic measures, as is being said, given that in that case they would have to compensate us, as it was not our decision. But hopefully everything is solved well for everyone and is played. “Organization. Madrid, logically, is permeable to the concern of its fans and has recommended that they wait for the resolutions taken by the sports and health authorities. In principle the same day of the match another flight will depart from Madrid to Manchester with the Five Stars, Ramón Mendoza and La Clásica clubs. But beware, everything is in the air …last_img read more

How To Make the Most of National Career Development Month

first_img N/A Store Manager Chico’s FAS Santa Clara, CA 3.0★ Project Manager Esherick Homsey Dodge and Davis (EHDD) San Francisco, CA 23 hours ago 23h 3.8★ Store Manager Plato’s Closet Broken Arrow, OK Restaurant Manager Red Lobster Decatur, GA 23 hours ago 23h While every day presents itself with new opportunities to make the most of our career, November presents a special opportunity. This November, join professionals across North America in celebrating National Career Development Month.  Taking time away from your desk can be challenging, but part owning your own career involves investing in yourself and your own development. Whether you’re choosing to read for 5 hours a day like Warren Buffett, or reflecting for two hours a day like Jeff Weiner, the best leaders out there recognize that commitment towards self-improvement is necessary for success. Need some inspiration on how to make the most of this month? Here’s a handy checklist to help jumpstart your personal and professional development. Get in touch with 2-3 former colleagues, classmates, or professors to catch up over coffee. Nurturing your network is an important part of building your career. This should not be something you’re only doing once you’re looking for a job. Rather, staying in touch should be an active practice. 30% of jobs are filled through employee referrals, so take the time to keep in touch and maintain relationships with the professionals you meet along your journey.How to Network Like a Pro Attend a Meetup or industry networking event. If networking is not something that comes naturally to you, take advantage of these pre-organized events, and meet like-minded individuals. This is a great way for you to make new connections, gain inspiration and knowledge, find new opportunities, and even enjoy a nice drink or two!   Have coffee with someone from a different team whose work interests you. Find out more about their day to day, broaden your professional horizons, and in doing so, you’ll become a more rounded professional. This is an important part of building your cross vertical relationships at work, and getting on people’s radars for new opportunities.   Look into your organization’s education and training offerings. Take the time to see what your organization has to offer, and how you can take advantage of different courses or opportunities for development. If you’re not familiar with your company’s Learning & Development department, meet with a member of that team to learn more about their programs.9 Companies That Offer Incredible Professional Development Programs Meet with your manager and discuss your career plans. Don’t expect your manager to know your dreams and goals. Your manager is there to help facilitate the process, but it’s up to you to express your interests and make things happen.  Create yourself professionally driven S.M.A.R.T goals for the next quarter, the next 2 years, and the next 5 years. This will also help you stay in touch with yourself, and keep yourself committed to your professional wants and needs. Think about 1 new skill you’ve been meaning to develop. Commit to working on this skill for 1-2 hours a week, all month. Download a podcast, an app, read a book, create Google Alerts, or find a webinar in order to help guide your learning. There is no shortage of free information out there!How to Identify and Develop Soft Skills Reach out to any of your mentors/mentees. According to the Deloitte Millennial Survey, those with mentors report 81 percent higher job satisfaction. Mentorship provides a resource for advice and an opportunity to develop leadership skills. See how your mentor/mentee is doing, and thank them for the help. Update your resume and LinkedIn. Your resume and LinkedIn are dynamic pieces of work that should be updated every month. Don’t wait until you’re looking for a job to start working on your resume. Rather, make it a continuous practice and always make sure your resume reflects your current portfolio.  There’s no time like the present to start owning your career, so join professionals coast to coast as they celebrate their careers and participate in National Career Development Month! 3.7★ 4.8★ 3.0★ 23 hours ago 23h Restaurant Managers CKA Managment Elmira, NY 23 hours ago 23h Hot, New Jobs For You 23 hours ago 23h 4.3★ 23 hours ago 23h Restaurant Manager Chopt Creative Salad Company, LLC Princeton, NJ 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h 3.4★ 2.9★ 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h 4.1★ Restaurant Manager The Saxton Group Ardmore, OK Manager Gourmet Burger Restaurant Las Vegas, NV Tax Manager Hancock & Dana Omaha, NE Manager In Training Crew Carwash Plainfield, IN View More Jobslast_img read more