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Tag Archives: Notary Signing Agent
My Job Search Continues
I heard back from the hiring manager on the job for which I interviewed recently. They decided to go with someone else. I am not surprised. Disppointed, sure. Just not surprised. In fact, if they had offered me the job, … Continue reading
Posted in Family, General Sharing, Notary Public, Writing Tagged career change, ebook, interview, job search, Notary Public, Notary Signing Agent Leave a comment
Write Non-Fiction In November 2017 – First Eight Days
Day 1. I wrote the introduction this morning, which helped me to clarify things nicely. This book HAS been cooking in my head for a year, so I know where it is going, even though I have revised bits of … Continue reading
Posted in Notary Public, Writing Tagged #amwriting, #NaNo, book for NSA, NaNonFiWriMo, notary book, Notary Signing Agent, WNFIN 3 Comments
My Best Strength as a Freelancer
In a previous article, I confessed to my biggest challenge or weakness as a freelancer. Today, I’d like to talk about my biggest strength. Some people who know me may say that I can be very annoying at times. This … Continue reading
Getting Started as a Notary Signing Agent
I get requests from time to time from various folks to tell them how to get started doing what I do. This is my response. Right now, I am NOT recommending that anyone get into the Notary Signing Agent business … Continue reading
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