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How do you fill out a Moneygram money order?
Purchase a money order.Fill it out as soon as you purchase it.Enter the recipient’s name in the “Pay to the Order Of” line.Sign on the “Purchaser, Signer for Drawer” line.Write your address on the “Address" line.Separate the money order from its receipt.Source: How to Fill Out a Moneygram Money Order
How can I cash a money order if I fill it out wrong?
If it is a US PS Money order there should be no problem . The issuing Post office has a record of what was paid for the Money Order. If you bought the Money Order , your receipt will have the amount you paid. If it is a matter of the wrong name or information written on the Money order. Again bring it to the Post office they will issue a new one.
How do you fill a money order?
How To Fill Out A Money Order sometimes makes the user confusing and irritating. You can easily figure out each and every step with full procedure by visiting on the link.
How many job applications do I need to fill out in order to be hired at any job?
I think you’re asking the wrong question. Let me explain.Some things in life are a numbers game, and some games have higher hit rates than others.Gambling, for example, has a very low hit rate and low odds of winning (1 in a million or worse), no matter how many times you do it. Slot machines are designed to fuck you.On the other hand, if you are trying to pick up a girl at the bar, you could get lucky on the first try or it might take you ten to twenty cheesy pick up lines, largely depending on your strategy, quality of your pick up lines and perhaps what cologne you’re wearing.I recommend Burberry.Even better, if you have a wing man to “introduce” you to the other girl, a la Game, come prepared with jokes/stories, focus on her friend and deploy psychological tactics, buy her drinks, don’t make a complete ass of yourself or come off as to desperate, visit several bars in one night‡ then you’ll probably increase your odds.Picking up girls, like applying for jobs, can be easily mistaken for a “numbers” game but there are clearly strategies you can identify and employ to increase your likelihood of success.“I’m not just a number, you little cockboy!”Back to jobs. So, unfortunately just “sending” job application falls into a pure numbers game. I have a friend who sent over 200 applications, despite having a nice resume, and didn’t get a response for hardly anything. I think he was invited to one interview and failed.Most HR won’t review your resume because their reviewal system is fucked, or inefficient. Or maybe they have someone they are already interviewing, and its not a priority. Or they have a bias and read something on your resume that immediately turned them off. Or maybe they’re racist. Who knows.The solution? Look at other ways to “boost” your application, or other ways in. Here are some ideas:Forget quantity. Focus on quality. Don’t send 200 resumes ‡ just don’t do it.Include a detailed, personal cover letter explaining why you are interested in the role/company, and why you think you can add value. Tell them why you have always wanted to work at the company, and why you have a strong work ethic to get shit done. Find the email address of the HR person (you can use a tool like Rapportive thats free) or send them an inmail on Linkedin.Call the company. Most people are afraid of doing this or don’t bother, and you will most certainly stand out in an employers eyes if you do this. Find the number of the company, call in, ask for HR or the hiring manager. Basically summarize what you’ve written in your cover letter, except in shorter words, and tell them why you’re so interested in their business. Ask them to meet.Letter: Physically post your cover letter and resume to their address. This will get their attention. Kill some trees, it’s worth it.Network: Go to networking events. This will increase your chances of finding a job in general, or meeting someone who is connected to the company you are interested in and can therefore give you a referral.Persistence: I have always gotten an interview request for any job I have applied to, or at least a casual meeting, because I was persistent and creative. I wrote a good cover letter, followed up, called in directly to the company, sent written thank you letters, and asked to be referred.Sending resumes and clicking “apply” is easy and won’t get you anywhere. The above tips take more time, effort, and several tries to see their effectiveness. But they sure as hell beat applying to hundreds of jobs online aimlessly. I guarantee you’ll get some results if you give them a shot!Good luck!“Moshi moshi Mr. CEO, I’d sent my resume previously through your website with no response, so wanted to follow up and express my sincere interest in applying for a job at your company. I’d love the opportunity to meet you in person to discuss further. How’s this Wednesday at 4pm at your office?”
How do you purchase a money order?
If you're in the US, you can probably get them from a bank or Savings and Loan that you have an account with. Many grocery stores and convenience stores also have the available, just call the service desk of the grocery store before going. If the store you call does not have them, you can ask if they know someplace around that has them. If they know, they'll let you know. You can also use google and enter your location and "money order" and you can probably find places that have them.Note that most places charge a fee for the money order and usually require cash. Different places have different rules, some will accept a debit card or cash and some will accept a credit card. Usually the fee is one to a few dollars and may vary by the amount of the money order.
What do I need to do to be a great CEO?
We all want to know the secrets to being a great CEO. So wouldn’t it be great if we actually were able to compare two CEOs in the exact same industry to see why one was better than the other?I was really fortunate to work with two CEOs in the same industry, so I got to see the differences up close. One of the CEOs was a great leader, and the other CEO was not a great leader.The two CEOs were very similar in many ways. They were of the same generation. They both grew up poor/lower middle class.They both had sizable egos. And they both enjoyed some of level of success.However, one of the CEOs, the late Jack Gifford, built his company (Maxim Integrated Products) to over $2B/year in revenue. The other CEO (we will call him “Bob”) wanted to build a $1B/year company, but his company was stuck for years with revenue of around $200M/year.Eventually, activist investors forced Bob to sell his company. Bob had missed too many plans for too long, and Bob lost the support of his board of directors.Why was Gifford so successful as a leader and Bob not so successful?As I said, Gifford and Bob were similar in many ways. However, Gifford and Bob were different in some very important ways too.It’s the differences between Gifford and Bob that explain why Gifford was so much more successful than Bob.Jim Collins in his masterwork, “Good To Great” developed a framework for evaluating leaders. I’ll use Collins‡ framework to evaluate Jack and Bob.Interestingly enough, Gifford and Bob were markedly different in each of category:Difference #1: Getting the right people on the bus.One of the great things I learned working at Maxim was the importance of having a great team. Every department of the company was full of A players.Everything is so much easier when you work with A players. You almost take it for granted that things will get done.I would say 80% of the employees at Maxim were A players. So it was a great shock when I started working with Bob and maybe 20% of the employees were A players.Mediocrity becomes the norm when you are working with B and C players. You have to replace everyone when you are in an environment of B and C players.So I ended up replacing all of my direct reports except for one. Then, I had the ability to move forward and turn the division I was running from unprofitable to profitable.The rest of Bob’s company didn’t make sweeping changes. The company remained stuck in mediocrity.Difference #2: Confront the brutal facts.Gifford used to have an absolute paranoia about what was wrong at Maxim. It didn’t matter how well the business was doing, there was always a way to get better.In fact, Maxim underwent some of its biggest improvements when things were going well. Complacency just wasn’t in Gifford’s vocabulary.Bob on the other hand, only wanted to hear what was going well.Bob hired me to “bring us up to your level.” At least that was the pitch.The reality was something much different.I’ll never forget presenting to Bob a status of the division I had taken over. The division’s revenue had dropped from $100M/year to $10M/year in the year before I joined the company.It was my job to turn the division around. The issues were not complex to fix, so I was excited to explain how to fix the division to Bob.“Now you’ve done it!” Bob said after I explained the first thing we needed to fix.“Now you’ve done it!” Bob said after I explained the second thing we needed to fix.“Now you’ve done it!” Bob said after I explained the third thing we needed to fix.Bob then stood up looked at me and said, “I never want to have another meeting like this again.”Bob then walked out the door.Nowhere was the difference between Gifford and Bob more obvious to me. Gifford would have demanded knowing where the problems were.Working with Gifford was not for the faint of heart. Sometimes the meetings with Gifford were messy.And sometimes the meetings with Gifford became violent yelling matches. More often than not, problems were uncovered and resolved.Bob didn’t want to know where the problems were. In Bob’s case, the emperor truly had no clothes.I never in my remaining time working with Bob ever told him about another problem again.Difference #3: The Hedgehog Concept.The Hedgehog concept means it’s not enough for you to just have been in business for years, but you have to be the best in something.Maxim was either number one or number two in most of the product areas the company focused on. And the company was busy figuring out how to be number one in when they were number two.Bob’s company was not the best in any area the company competed in. However, there was the belief that “God” had preordained the company was going to be the best just because they entered a market segment.“Why do we expect to win in this segment? We don’t have the technology or the talent to win here,” I asked.“Because we’re entering the market,” came the reply.The company failed almost every single time.Difference #4: A culture of discipline.Gifford built Maxim on a culture of rigor and discipline. Bob seemed to take another route.I’ll compare the product development and introduction process of the two companies as an example.Maxim had a rigorous product development process. There were detailed reviews at each step.A project could not go forward without approval. A product had to a have a checklist of items completed, quality had to meet a strict criteria, and all marketing collateral had to be developed and ready to go.Bob left the product approval process in the hands of his General Managers. The General Managers, whose bonuses (including mine) were tied to the number of product introductions were completed, took liberties.It was a case of the fox (no pun intendedJ) guarding the hen house. The division I took over had products that were introduced with no customer instructions on how to use the products. The product quality was suspect at best.In contrast, Gifford developed a new product machine at Maxim. New products represented a substantial amount of revenue. Bob, on the other hand, would complain and complain why new products didn’t sell.Difference #5: The Flywheel and the doom loop.I worked with Gifford for over 11 years, and I helped Maxim grow from $40M/year to over $1B/year during my time there. Gifford was unbelievably consistent on what he wanted.Gifford’s vision of building a great Analog IC company never wavered. It was the same in year 1 as it was in year 11. The focus was on constant and continuous improvement.And Maxim kept methodically improving. There was no breakthrough product or breakthrough idea or breakthrough customer that catapulted Maxim to success. But you could see the progress each year as you looked back.Bob’s vision, on the other hand, seemed to always waver. And most of the wavering was what Bob felt the “analysts” wanted the company to do.“Wireless is hot right now, so let’s focus there,” Bob would say. So the company focus would change to wireless.“Networking is hot, so we need to do more networking products,” Bob would say. Then the company focus would change to networking.It didn’t matter that Bob’s company had no strategic advantage in wireless and networking. They were just hot markets that the analysts liked, so the focus changed.Gifford’s consistent strategy allowed Maxim to consistently grow profits. Bob’s inconsistent strategy meant Bob’s was always explaining why his company missed their numbers.The Final Difference: Be generous.Gifford certainly wanted to personally make a lot of money. And he did.However, Gifford had one of the most generous compensation programs in the Silicon Valley. The wealth creation went to all levels of Maxim.Gifford’s generosity didn’t end with just wealth creation. Maxim’s healthcare plan was very generous for employees too.Maxim had a very simple sick policy: If you’re sick, stay home. If you’re healthy, go to work. There was no paperwork required if you were sick.The contrast with Bob couldn't have been more dramatic.Bob wanted to make a lot of money, but Bob was seemingly indifferent to what happened with his employees.Bob’s stock option plan was the bare minimum compare to Maxim’s generous plan. The result was employee turnover at Bob’s company was much higher.Bob’s healthcare plan was again the bare minimum. And premiums kept increasing year after year.Bob’s sick policy was much different than Gifford’s. You had to fill out a time sheet if you missed a day of work.Worse, you were required to take time off for doctor visits. So if you missed two hours to go see the doctor, you were required to log this time as sick time.Employees resented Bob’s penny pinching. Gifford built loyalty with his generosity.Great leaders know how to build a loyal following.Jack Gifford was a great leader. Bob was not a great leader.Gifford, despite a massive ego, knew how to build a successful company for the long term. Bob did not.Gifford understood that consistency, a focus on continual improvement, and generosity were the keys to building a loyal team.I learned a ton about what to be a leader working with Gifford. And I learned a ton about how not to be a leader working with Bob. I applied the lessons I learned from Gifford and Bob to my own leadership style when it became my turn to build my own company.You can do the exact same thing I did and apply these lessons to make yourself a better leader, so you can build a great company too.For more, read: What is it Really Like to be a Startup CEO? - Brett J. Fox
What is your dream video game? What do you feel is missing from gaming?
As a gamer and a writer, holy shit do I have so many ideas.I will divide this into a mechanics list and a story list. Mechanics will detail certain things that deal with how the player controls the game, while story is self explanatory.Mechanics:Form/Stance based combat. We all know that in certain games, such as fighting games or even rpg’s, each unique character has their own move set with varied combos and abilities. However a flaw of this system is that certain characters are just god awful against certain ones, or you have one fighter controlling the meta. I really want to see a game that manages to allow players to “teach” their characters new combat styles. Imagine you build a character who focuses on using a normal stance but also has a specific moveset he can switch to for the “Icepick grip”.Continuing from last point: Not only only would you have to deal with someone’s primary form of combat, you’d also have to deal with any combat skills they may have learned in order to cover their weaknesses or boost their strengths.Emotional States: the Xenoblade series already does something like this with their “Tension” mechanic, but I’m talking something more dynamic. We all have heard famous stories about a warrior who should have been dead pull themselves from the brink of death through sheer will and fight with even greater ferocity. I would like to see the inclusion of more emotional states that affect combat. Like say an angry character would be able to take or deal more damage, but be less likely to parry or do a technique which requires a certain focus and finesse. Or a melancholic person who while have a lack of adrenaline, is more suited to defense. Etc.Music changes how someone fights: Related to the last two, a character might change up their style and the “beat” of their fighting and even change how they feel. I mean imagine having your already badass character be affected when they here thisI mean, does that sound glorious to you? I mean TSFH has better examples but imagine your character actually being affected by the ambient music or by the tracks you play. Although, that means Robbie Rotten is actually fair game for a playable character then. I don’t know what to think of this.Story:While most people would want to move away from the “Humans are the underdogs and we save the galaxy” I want to take a different approach inspired by this Imgur post:Intergalactic diplomacy: if it's stupid but it works, it ain't stupid. It postulates that since we have the ability to tame and bond with practically every creatures on the planet, including elephants and big cats, that we would be amazing to bond with other species and sort of act as an emotional crutch to the rest of the galaxy due to how open and accepting we are to animals that would more likely than not would fillet us alive.Please for the love of god, MAKE MORE HISTORICAL GAMES!!! Seriously, out of all the material and ideas people have, I mean come on. You can’t get something out of the 30 Years War? The Sepoy rebellions of India? A fucking Portuguese exploration game would be awesome! I know we have a ton of historical games, but some periods and events, ripe with action and political intrigue, are woefully overlooked.I would post more, but some ideas are best reserved for creations you want to your own, and unfortunately, I want to release novels one day and I can’t someone piggy backing off my ideas. It pains me, but I just want the juicy stories to myself. But these ones are very interesting to me nonetheless.
How do I respond to a request for a restraining order? Do I need to fill out a form?
As asked of me specifically,The others are right, you will likely need a lawyer. But to answer your question, there is a response form to respond to a restraining order or order of protection. Worst case the form is available at the courthouse where your hearing is set to be heard in, typically at the appropriate clerk's window, which may vary, so ask any of the clerk's when you get there.You only have so many days to respond, and it will specify in the paperwork.You will also have to appear in court on the date your hearing is scheduled.Most courts have a department that will help you respond to forms at no cost. I figure you are asking because you can't afford an attorney which is completely understandable.The problem is that if you aren't represented and the other person is successful in getting a temporary restraining order made permanent in the hearing you will not be allowed at any of the places the petitioner goes, without risking arrest.I hope this helps.Not given as legal advice-
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