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You are definetly judged by the words you speak. There are certain words that are called "power words". These words paint a picture when they are heard during a conversation. The following list was developed by the Employment Development Department, State of California. We will be updating this list and providing you with information that will help you stand out in the cast of thousands that are going for those few career opportunities. We will be adding to this list every two weeks. Print them, look them up in the dictionary, and begin to use them in your everyday conversations. Conceived: you didn't come up with an idea, you "conceived" the idea.
Initiated:You didn't put a program in place, you "initiated" the implementation or the program.
Created: You "created" the program, you didn't think of the program.
Led or Leader: You were the "leader" of the project.
Energetic: You are an "energetic" individual!
Pride: You take "pride" in your abilities and workmanship.
Ability: Not only can you do the job, you have the "ability" to perform the duties associated with the profession.
Profession or Professional: This career is a "profession", not a job!
Career: A "career" is long term, a job is transient and temporary.

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