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Moorhead-Based Auto Shop Improves Lives by Paying It Forward

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April 9, 2018
Moorhead-Based Auto Shop Improves Lives by Paying It Forward

Tweet Higher Power Automotive Ministries opened two and a half years ago with the sole goal of repairing cars for those in need—for free. This local nonprofit has grown tremendously since then and recently opened a for–profit auto shop, Fix It Forward. Whenever someone takes their vehicle to Fix it Forward for repairs, the...
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Three Ways to Reinvent Yourself for a Major Career Change

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August 15, 2016
Three Ways to Reinvent Yourself for a Major Career Change

Tweet According to Job Service North Dakota reports, oil employment has dropped from 63,000 jobs in 2014 to just 48,000 jobs in 2015. Many North Dakotans are struggling to make a career change when they have no experience in the field(s) that they hope to enter. At Dale Carnegie Training of North Dakota and...
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Four Ways to Overcome Anxiety and Worry

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July 30, 2016
Four Ways to Overcome Anxiety and Worry

Tweet Just two years ago, our great state had the fastest growing economy in the nation.  Today, the shale-oil boom that supercharged North Dakota has cooled leaving many wondering if they should stay or seek opportunities elsewhere. Life’s obstacles are limitless.  Everyone encounters new challenges every day—it’s how we react to them that matters. ...
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Dale Carnegie North Dakota Spotlight On: Michelle Wall

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January 20, 2015
Dale Carnegie North Dakota Spotlight On: Michelle Wall

Tweet Welcome to our Spotlight Series featuring interviews with instructors, trainers and staff members of Dale Carnegie Training of North Dakota. This month, our featured interview is with Michelle Wall, an Area Manager who works largely within the energy industry. What industry do you work with the most? Recently, I’ve been working frequently with...
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