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We’re thrilled to introduce Aline Forgiarini and Meagan Hennig, our newest Search Associates, to the BlueSky team. Aline came to us by way of our former team member, Luciana Birkenstock, while Meagan discovered BlueSky through her volunteer work for Back on My Feet with Jeff Stout. While both will be primarily recruiting Program Managers, Project Managers and Business Analysts, AlineMay 19, 2015
Life is a series of experiences from which you can learn. There are no ‘good’ or ‘bad’ experiences, as much as your mind may want to make them so. Everything you feel and perceive in every moment is just information…and how you respond is your choice. If you can see past the desire to judge a particular experience as goodMay 15, 2015
Sometimes we find ourselves in situations not to our liking. This is just a fact of life. Yet in every one of these situations we have a choice. Sometimes the choice allows us to exit the situation, but when we can’t we can always choose our response to what is happening. When we choose to be loving in the faceMarch 25, 2015
In school and in the world we are taught that business is mainly about money…profit, income, costs, ‘making it’. At a very superficial level this is true. Business as an activity is simply the exchange of goods and services, and the value of those goods and services is measured by a medium of exchange we call ‘money’. However at aMarch 13, 2015
We are thrilled to announce the promotion of Nik Healy to Search Consultant. Nik joined BlueSky three years ago as a Search Associate and has worked primarily with the financial services industry in maintaining our network of candidates, helping to source and screen qualified candidates who meet our clients’ needs, and researching industry trends. In his free time, Nik combinesFebruary 22, 2015
In every moment of our lives we are choosing where we focus our perceptions. An analogy I like is that of looking through a ‘paper towel roll’. Picture yourself with the empty cardboard tube, with one eye closed. Your open eye is looking down the tube. Now, in order to see something you have to point yourself in that direction…andFebruary 8, 2015