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VMware Training 88%
The VMware Trainers at SSDN, state that, “We have done our duty sincerely and we are dedicated to the improvement of valuable career of the students or trainee professionals.
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Paradigm Piracy 86%
Paradigm Piracy Paradigm Piracy By Irreverend Hugh, KSC Many of you out there are probably wondering just what the hell all of this talk about paradigmal fluidity or random beliefs really is. A lot of you who have invested serious amounts of time, energy, effort, and material resources engaged in one single belief or spiritual path may find the idea that there are people belief shifting and paradigm switching to be offensive. This discussion, then, is probably not for you. Unless you would like to know what some of us 'paradigm pirates' are up to. The art of paradigm piracy, often called metaprogramming by those doing it for spiritual or evolutionarysounding reasons, is today practiced most selfconsciously by Chaos Magic practitioners, Discordians, and others influenced by those streams. Many NeoPagans also practice a sort of paradigm piracy, though will not admit to consciously doing so, unless they are more experienced or wise. And while there are always, fortunately, many people who are engaged in learning from spiritual paths, religions, and/or mystical traditions other than their own, not many of those could be said to be doing so with the express purpose of gleaning all the knowledge, technique, and wisdom that can be absorbed before moving on to the next one. You see, a paradigm pirate does this sort of thing deliberately, not because they would want to 'broaden their mind' by knowing what others are doing (though this is a useful sideeffect). A paradigm pirate goes into each belief system as readily and open as the new initiate or newly bornagain believer, as a fully participating member, in order to gain for themselves a sense of what works within each particular system (and how it works), so that they can try to get a clearer grasp on the many facets of reality in the efforts to be more magic(k)ally and psychologically successful. Another important goal is the immediate happiness that the fluidity of such an approach causes. Each paradigm pirate has, of course, their own personal reasons for doing such things. Many usually cite 'mind expansion' and perceptual fluidity as tangible goals. Some cite a voracious appetite for knowledge and ways to become more effective. A few may even go so far as to say that they are looking to learn about their 'true self' or 'higher power,' though this last reason is much derided as being a bit too 'hokey' for the rest of us. Despite the reason for engaging in such a thing, paradigm piracy is a healthy spiritual approach to the participation in life. Paradigm pirates are eclectic, but not like the 'willy nilly' eclectics of the more New Age or fluffy bunny NeoPagan sorts. Paradigm pirates care nothing for whether or not a system or religious tradition is considered 'evil' or 'misguided' by any other group. They will explore it from within and get as much from it as the most serious and dedicated adherents of that tradition. Unlike most 'eclectics,' paradigm pirates do not go around telling everyone what they are about. Many people won't even know when they have crossed paths with a paradigm pirate. They blend in with their 'adopted' tradition so much that they can convince the 'true believers' and the 'adepts' that they are sincere. This sincerity is not false, as the paradigm pirate is sincerely seeking out knowledge and ways to grow.
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Thank you note 78%
Thank you note Sample Thank You Letter As soon as possible after the interview, NO later than 24 hours, send a thank you note. ________________ (Date) Dear_______________________, (Employers name) Thank you for giving me the opportunity to interview for the ____________________ position this week. I appreciate your consideration and interest in me. As I’m sure you could tell during the interview, I’m very enthusiastic about the possibility of joining your team. I’m confident my skills and experience would add to the excellent job you’re all ready doing. Thank you so much for the chance to discuss my qualifications. Sincerely, ________________________ (Your name)