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Andrew Bogut, Phone, and School: Administrative Assistant Company Info H2H Mobile - Hershey, PA $7.50 - $8.50 an hour - Part-time No phone calls please. We are currently seeking and administrative assistant for our Hershey, PA office location. The selected candidate will be assisting with a variety of admin based tasks to include but NOT limited to billing, social media, project admin, appointment setting/scheduling, etc. We are looking for a candidate who is going to roll up their sleeves and give 110% each day, is dependable, reliable, professional and that works well over the phone and with others. Follow Get job updates from H2H Mobile H2H Mobile See our website at howtohersheyapps.com for company info The selected individual will perform a daily mix of the following functions: Scheduling appointments with local business owners both as a follow up to previous engagements or as an intro to our company Let Employers Find You Strategically research, target and contact key business owners in an attempt to build rapport and schedule product demos Thousands of employers search for candidates on Indeed Social Media posting and updating Email andTelephone Follow-Up Upload Your Resume Working with sales reps to coordinate schedules, appointments and to provide general sales support Maintaining of dally prospecting and sales report aggregating Maintaining of daily, weekly and monthly prospect follow up reporting and updating Assisting clients with coordination of information and details to be used for product and service development Other duties as required and necessary Candidate must report to our Hershey office daily Experience required Please submit details along with cover letter through Indeed for consideration. Job Type: Part-time Salary: $7.50 to $8.50 /hour Experience: . Administrative Assistant: 1 year (Required) Education: High school or equivalent (Required) oh L ncatinn
Andrew Bogut, Phone, and School: Administrative Assistant
 Company Info
 H2H Mobile - Hershey, PA
 $7.50 - $8.50 an hour - Part-time
 No phone calls please. We are currently seeking and administrative assistant for our
 Hershey, PA office location. The selected candidate will be assisting with a variety of admin
 based tasks to include but NOT limited to billing, social media, project admin, appointment
 setting/scheduling, etc. We are looking for a candidate who is going to roll up their sleeves
 and give 110% each day, is dependable, reliable, professional and that works well over the
 phone and with others.
 Follow
 Get job updates from H2H Mobile
 H2H Mobile
 See our website at
 howtohersheyapps.com for company
 info
 The selected individual will perform a daily mix of the following functions:
 Scheduling appointments with local business owners both as a follow up to previous
 engagements or as an intro to our company
 Let Employers Find You
 Strategically research, target and contact key business owners in an attempt to build rapport
 and schedule product demos
 Thousands of employers search for
 candidates on Indeed
 Social Media posting and updating
 Email andTelephone Follow-Up
 Upload Your Resume
 Working with sales reps to coordinate schedules, appointments and to provide general sales
 support
 Maintaining of dally prospecting and sales report aggregating
 Maintaining of daily, weekly and monthly prospect follow up reporting and updating
 Assisting clients with coordination of information and details to be used for product and
 service development
 Other duties as required and necessary
 Candidate must report to our Hershey office daily
 Experience required
 Please submit details along with cover letter through Indeed for consideration.
 Job Type: Part-time
 Salary: $7.50 to $8.50 /hour
 Experience:
 . Administrative Assistant: 1 year (Required)
 Education:
 High school or equivalent (Required)
 oh L ncatinn
4chan, Driving, and Fresh: File: f45637e8ac 19fa8c 13f7 (82 KB, 640x640) Anonymous 04/26/18(Thu)15:57:54 No.45758676 [Reply]45772789 2245758689 245758691 224575871022457587173245758723224575880545758823245758838 245759010 2245759241245759262 2245759427 2245759938245760080 2245760098 245760487 >>45762221>>45763224 >>45764721>>45766238>>4 32:45770051> >> rolls towards you* >I know you! We used to go to the same gym! I've taken a little time off but I was actually thinking of buying another membership this week, we should get together and workout sometime! Well Mt/? - Showing all replies Anonymous 04/26/18 hu 16:00:48 No 45758689 >:45758713 >>45758858 >>45759353 >>45760020 >>45760448 >>45760777 >>45761862 >>457634 >>45763629 45764184 >>45766774 >>45766956 >>45767286 >>45768143 >>45770396 >>45771070 >>45772100 >34 I'm doing legs tomorrow Anonymous 04/26/18 Thu 16:00:54 No.45758691 >>45758782 >>45759398 >>45760020 >>45760369 >45760777 > 4576159 >>45762030 >>45762128 >>457634 >>45765786 >>45766774 >>45766956 >>45768143 >>45768824 >>45771070 457586 sits on her lap You're driving Anonym us 04/26/18 hu 16:16:28 No.45758805 >>45758840 >2457590 5 >>4575906 >>45759092 >>45759339 >245759413 >245760020 >>45760456 >>4576 502 >>4576 931 >>45762060 >24576216 >>45762208 >>45763514 >>45765567 >>45766206 >>45766568 >>45768143 >>45770424 >>45771070 45758676 (OP) Alright babe, but if you're gonna roll with me than I'm going to have to be wheel with you for a sec so that we don't run into any issues. Have a seat I need to have a promise from you that you won't get in the way of my routine, especially when I'm on my last legs and trying to get those final reps in. If that doesn't sit well with you then you can spin on outta here, otherwise, let's go ahead and go together. I'm excited, going to the gym with someone will be a breath of fresh chair.
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 45758676 (OP)
 Alright babe, but if you're gonna roll with me than I'm going to have to be wheel with you for a sec so that we don't run into any issues. Have a seat
 I need to have a promise from you that you won't get in the way of my routine, especially when I'm on my last legs and trying to get those final reps in. If that doesn't sit well with you then you can spin on outta here, otherwise, let's go ahead and go together. I'm excited, going to the gym with someone will be a
 breath of fresh chair.
Abc, Bad, and Fire: PROREVENGE comments How I ended up with my bosses job (self ProRevenge) 5528 submitted 5 hours ago * by app I was working for an advertising agency, a pretty big one I had unethical manager. Well when I started out I had a manager who was one of the most unethical managers I've ever dealt with. He'd order his sales reps to do things that would increase his bonuses (which are based on margins). Example say a client decided to buy product XYZ and their spend was $2,000 a month he would want the agent to put up products ABC and keep the spend at $2,000 even though the client didn't agree to that. Fact is the clients generally wouldn't "notice" but if they did...it could cost you your job I was the guy that refused his demands, he would tell me to cheat the client and I would refuse. He would get mad. I wouldn't care This went on for quite awhile. Now there is something I don't tell people very often...I live in a one party consent state which means so long as I'm aware a conversation is being recorded I can record it without informing the other party. I had just upsold my largest client making him even larger...but I didn't sell the products my boss wanted me to sell. He demanded I switch things around...I refused. I told him I sold the client XYZ thats what we agreed to, I'm not going change that without the customer permission. His exact words were "Fuck the customer, this is your largest client I need him on ABC or I'm not going make my number" "I'm sorry, but you and I both know ABC isn't right for this client and thats why he didn't buy it "Your fired, if you can't follow instructions your fired" After confirming he was dead serious I said "If you do that, I'll have your job by the end of the month I went home, I didn't think he'd go through with it. Sure as shit next morning I'm locked out of all our systems. I call tech support and get told I've been fired. So who do I call? I call our Regional Vice President and tell him I have several recordings I think he should listen to. Remember my boss ordering me to do unethical things wasn't uncommon. So I meet up with my RVP and play 6 different recordings that I had saved showing my manager was pushing his agents to break the law To which my RVP leaned back in his chair, and let out a sigh knowing he had to fire my manager...having a sales manager that is forcing his reps to break the law is just bad business. At which point I asked for my job back. He agreed that I would get my job back and asked me to take the week off and call him on Monday. He told me he'd talk to payroll and make sure I got paid for this week as well. FYI he fulfilled all of his promises with me...although I missed a payday but got back pay later so I was fine with that That Monday I come into our Monday morning meeting in which my RVP was there, he informed the entire team that my boss had been fired and why. He also mentioned that if anyone wanted to apply for his job there was now an opening. So I applied for and after 3 rounds of interview got my promotion! Sure as shit I was right, I did have my bosses job by the end of the month. It was glorious the first day walking into his office and sitting in his nice big comfy chair 149 comments share save hide give gold report crosspost
Abc, Bad, and Fire: PROREVENGE comments
 How I ended up with my bosses job (self ProRevenge)
 5528 submitted 5 hours ago * by app
 I was working for an advertising agency, a pretty big one I had unethical manager.
 Well when I started out I had a manager who was one of the most unethical managers I've ever dealt with. He'd order
 his sales reps to do things that would increase his bonuses (which are based on margins). Example say a client
 decided to buy product XYZ and their spend was $2,000 a month he would want the agent to put up products ABC
 and keep the spend at $2,000 even though the client didn't agree to that. Fact is the clients generally wouldn't
 "notice" but if they did...it could cost you your job
 I was the guy that refused his demands, he would tell me to cheat the client and I would refuse. He would get mad. I
 wouldn't care
 This went on for quite awhile. Now there is something I don't tell people very often...I live in a one party consent state
 which means so long as I'm aware a conversation is being recorded I can record it without informing the other party. I
 had just upsold my largest client making him even larger...but I didn't sell the products my boss wanted me to sell. He
 demanded I switch things around...I refused. I told him I sold the client XYZ thats what we agreed to, I'm not going
 change that without the customer permission. His exact words were
 "Fuck the customer, this is your largest client I need him on ABC or I'm not going make my number"
 "I'm sorry, but you and I both know ABC isn't right for this client and thats why he didn't buy it
 "Your fired, if you can't follow instructions your fired"
 After confirming he was dead serious I said "If you do that, I'll have your job by the end of the month
 I went home, I didn't think he'd go through with it. Sure as shit next morning I'm locked out of all our systems. I call
 tech support and get told I've been fired. So who do I call?
 I call our Regional Vice President and tell him I have several recordings I think he should listen to. Remember my boss
 ordering me to do unethical things wasn't uncommon. So I meet up with my RVP and play 6 different recordings that I
 had saved showing my manager was pushing his agents to break the law
 To which my RVP leaned back in his chair, and let out a sigh knowing he had to fire my manager...having a sales
 manager that is forcing his reps to break the law is just bad business. At which point I asked for my job back.
 He agreed that I would get my job back and asked me to take the week off and call him on Monday. He told me he'd
 talk to payroll and make sure I got paid for this week as well. FYI he fulfilled all of his promises with me...although I
 missed a payday but got back pay later so I was fine with that
 That Monday I come into our Monday morning meeting in which my RVP was there, he informed the entire team that
 my boss had been fired and why. He also mentioned that if anyone wanted to apply for his job there was now an
 opening.
 So I applied for and after 3 rounds of interview got my promotion! Sure as shit I was right, I did have my bosses job
 by the end of the month. It was glorious the first day walking into his office and sitting in his nice big comfy chair
 149 comments share save hide give gold report crosspost
Complex, Memes, and Soon...: MUSCLE CONFUSION IS IT REAL? DO WE NEED TO CHANGE UP OUR EXERCISES? Volume must go up overtime, constantly changing up your exercises does not allow enough time to master any complex movements to ensure an adequate stimulus and an increase in volume overtime Progressively overloading overtime with minimal swapping of exercises. Gets good gains Changes exercises every workout. never gets a chance to overload, volume remains almost static. Minimal gains. VOLUME TRAINING CAREER(YEARS) @strengthguide Overload is critical in a training program. You need to have ways to ensure you keep giving your body something to adapt to. But this doesnt mean always changing up your exercises or never doing the same workout twice. as popularly proposed Follow @strengthguide for more great content ・・・ When you first introduce a new exercise such as the back squat, you feel weak as you aren’t use to the movement. But after a few sessions you’ve more or less got a good grip on the movement patterns that you’re now able to lift way more weight than when you initially started, these are motor skill gains. During this learning time however you really aren’t making much hypertrophy gains, because while the weight feels challenging at first, it is so because you don’t know how to lift the weight efficiently. It is only once you learn how to lift the weight efficiently, that you can load the bar and actually stress your muscular system to grow. ___ We want the body to adapt to the stimulus, then we need to find ways to create more overload (more weight, sets, reps etc). Changing up exercises all the time is one of the worse things you can do. Unfortunately doing this makes us sore again and thus makes us thinks its working, but its really not so much. ___ Think of adaptation like this; the first time you ever squatted, it was hard right? But a few days later you came in and did 10lbs more or even the same weight but for more reps. That is your body adapting to its current environment. It doesn’t want to get crushed by the weight so it adapts, grows, and gets stronger. ___ But imagine if you just did the same load-reps-sets again and again forever, you’d get nowhere. Likewise, if you just came back next week and did front squats, and then leg press next time? You’d be stuck trying to learn new motor skills all the time you’d hardly progress. Bottom line: You need to do more than before overtime, how soon that is depends on your training age. You can vary your exercises, but not as popularly proposed to induce “muscle confusion.” Tag a friend who needs to see this! strengthguide
Complex, Memes, and Soon...: MUSCLE CONFUSION
 IS IT REAL? DO WE NEED TO CHANGE UP OUR EXERCISES?
 Volume must go up overtime, constantly changing up your exercises does not
 allow enough time to master any complex movements to ensure an adequate
 stimulus and an increase in volume overtime
 Progressively
 overloading overtime
 with minimal
 swapping of
 exercises. Gets good
 gains
 Changes exercises
 every workout.
 never gets a chance
 to overload, volume
 remains almost
 static. Minimal
 gains.
 VOLUME
 TRAINING CAREER(YEARS)
 @strengthguide
 Overload is critical in a training program. You need to have ways to ensure
 you keep giving your body something to adapt to. But this doesnt mean
 always changing up your exercises or never doing the same workout twice.
 as popularly proposed
Follow @strengthguide for more great content ・・・ When you first introduce a new exercise such as the back squat, you feel weak as you aren’t use to the movement. But after a few sessions you’ve more or less got a good grip on the movement patterns that you’re now able to lift way more weight than when you initially started, these are motor skill gains. During this learning time however you really aren’t making much hypertrophy gains, because while the weight feels challenging at first, it is so because you don’t know how to lift the weight efficiently. It is only once you learn how to lift the weight efficiently, that you can load the bar and actually stress your muscular system to grow. ___ We want the body to adapt to the stimulus, then we need to find ways to create more overload (more weight, sets, reps etc). Changing up exercises all the time is one of the worse things you can do. Unfortunately doing this makes us sore again and thus makes us thinks its working, but its really not so much. ___ Think of adaptation like this; the first time you ever squatted, it was hard right? But a few days later you came in and did 10lbs more or even the same weight but for more reps. That is your body adapting to its current environment. It doesn’t want to get crushed by the weight so it adapts, grows, and gets stronger. ___ But imagine if you just did the same load-reps-sets again and again forever, you’d get nowhere. Likewise, if you just came back next week and did front squats, and then leg press next time? You’d be stuck trying to learn new motor skills all the time you’d hardly progress. Bottom line: You need to do more than before overtime, how soon that is depends on your training age. You can vary your exercises, but not as popularly proposed to induce “muscle confusion.” Tag a friend who needs to see this! strengthguide

Follow @strengthguide for more great content ・・・ When you first introduce a new exercise such as the back squat, you feel weak as you aren’t...