Dubbed “The Festival in the Bay,” Treasure Island Music Festival is returning to celebrate its ninth year over October 17 & 18 weekend. With no overlapping sets, Bay Area cuisine, a diverse lineup, and overlooking the gorgeous, panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, the two-day event is unlike any other festival experience in the U.S.This year’s lineup includes headliners Sigur Rós and Ice Cube, alongside exciting performances from James Blake, Purity Ring, Mac DeMarco, Young Thug, and Flight Facilities. Also included on the bill are Zhu, Glass Animals Tycho, Duke Domont, Sylvan Esso Christine And The Queens, Stormzy, Neon Indian Wild Nothing, Mura Masa, and more. Tickets go on-sale Thursday at 10AM PST. Find out more on the festival’s website and peep the full lineup in the festival’s poster below:
The NCUA announced it will host a May 11 webinar to assist credit unions with the grant application process, which is set to begin June 1 and ends June 30. At stake in the application process is $2 million in grants for low-income credit unions.The Community Development Revolving Loan Fund assistance grants help low-income credit unions support, grow and train staff, and improve security. continue reading » 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
With his wife, cheeseburgers and Pitbull.MORE: Patrick Mahomes calls Reid ‘one of the all-time great coaches’Reid received plenty of congratulations for the achievement as well, both on the field and from dozens of well-wishers on social media:Twitter reacts to Andy Reid’s first Super Bowl winTime’s yours, Andy. pic.twitter.com/aEiv5qiZNp— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) February 3, 2020Andy Reid legacy heading in:▪3 straight Conference Championship losses (2001-03)▪3-pt loss in Super Bowl XXXIX▪consistently ridiculed for clock mismanagement▪most playoff wins for coach in NFL history w/o SBNow, he’s a Super Bowl CHAMPION. You’ve gotta love sports. pic.twitter.com/KRJ3OeIsx1— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) February 3, 2020Congrats @Chiefs and Andy [email protected] keep balling bro! #YoungLegend— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) February 3, 2020Cheers to Kansas City and congrats to Andy Reid 🍻— Buffalo Wild Wings (@BWWings) February 3, 2020Could not be happier for Andy Reid. Has been through so much professionally and personally. Congrats!! BTW, how about that Mahomes??? Wow!— Ryan Day (@ryandaytime) February 3, 2020As a @Broncos fan it’s crazy watching the @Chiefs win but I met Andy Reid a week after my injury back in 2010 while in ICU and he would literally text me the first play of every game for the rest of year. So I will always wish nothing but the best for him. Congrats coach— Eric LeGrand (@EricLeGrand52) February 3, 2020Congrats Andy Reid get off my ball coach back all you cretics he’s a world champion. #ChiefsKingdom I know my dude DT is looking down with a smile. #SuperBowlChamps pic.twitter.com/AvR3D8mpRY— Mark McMillian (@MarkMcMillian29) February 3, 2020Congrats to #andyreid and the KC chiefs… he so deserves this… great coach but a great human being as well… good job coach… pic.twitter.com/EecrMXR9fs— Gilbert Brown (@GilbertBrown) February 3, 2020Congrats to Andy Reid too. Seems like an awesome dude. Great to see him finally win a Super Bowl.— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) February 3, 2020There’s No one more deserving than that man Coach Andy Reid. Congrats Big Red!! Super Bowl Champion. #Cheeseburgersunday pic.twitter.com/bLn0ftSikk— Brandon Boykin (@BrandonBoykin2) February 3, 2020Congrats to #AndyReid and his champion Chiefs. Has a nice ring to it. And no coach deserved a ring more.— Mike Francesa (@MikeFrancesa) February 3, 2020Dear, @PatrickMahomes and @Chiefs and of course #AndyReidMy congrats will be a mere trifle in the sea of well deserved kudos you ALL deserve tonight. Epic! #LEGENDSI have NEVER been so riveted and invested in the SuperBowl!Congrats, #KCChiefs honored to know you. Thrilled pic.twitter.com/lUlMrGavrV— David Haydn-Jones (@DavidHaydnJones) February 3, 2020Andy Reid, one of my favorite coaches, glad to see you raise the Vince Lombardi trophy!— Earvin Magic Johnson (@MagicJohnson) February 3, 2020For Andy. ❤️#ChiefsKingdom | #SBLIV pic.twitter.com/d48vVGAhQI— NFL (@NFL) February 3, 2020#andyreid and Tammy, and the Chiefs, congrats to you!! Andy and Tammy, you are still loved by so many of us in Philadelphia. A happy night for you and the Team, well deserved, and what a comeback! Wow! You’ll always have Phila as a part of your life & legacy! Congrats my friend!!— Michael A. Nutter (@Michael_Nutter) February 3, 2020A well-deserved win! Congrats, Coach #AndyReid on winning the #SuperBowl #ChiefsKindgom | #InclusionRevolution | @SOMissouri pic.twitter.com/xsH0XMxkFY— Special Olympics (@SpecialOlympics) February 3, 2020Andy Reid is a Super Bowl Champ! He has earned the respect of coaches, players, fans and media. I am so grateful for his influence and friendship!! @BYUfootball He and Tammy are a package deal just like LaVell and Patti Edwards. Somewhere in heaven LaVell is smiling!! pic.twitter.com/4Hs1nxZIz7— Chad Lewis (@Chadlewis89) February 3, 2020CONGRATS TO MY ABSOLUTE FAVORITE COACH ANDY REID ON YOUR 1ST SUPER BOWL WIN!! YOU DESERVED IT! CONGRATS @CHIEFS! Super Bowl LIV Champs— Terrell Owens (@terrellowens) February 3, 2020Huge congrats to Andy Reid. FINALLY gets that well deserved ring!— Mike Clay (@MikeClayNFL) February 3, 2020Eagles legend Brian Dawkins tears up congratulating Andy Reid pic.twitter.com/TGdfzzC1FC— Jeff Skversky 6abc (@JeffSkversky) February 3, 2020I couldn’t be happier for Andy Reid. So sweet pic.twitter.com/ODCzHHa7UM— Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) February 3, 2020 The Chiefs and coach Andy Reid won the Super Bowl on Sunday, the first of his 21-year career as a head coach.It was Reid’s only missing milestone in a storied career that saw him win 222 games, multiple coach of the year honors, 10 division titles and two conference titles. That it came 15 years after losing his first Super Bowl as coach of the Eagles in 2005 makes it that much sweeter. And how did he celebrate this landmark achievement?
Are you the perfect job applicant? When recruiting, there are certain traits employers look for in the ideal job seeker. While we are not born with every desired trait, it is imperative we gain these attributes as we continue in our career and subsequently during our next job search.You should remember that no job applicant is perfect, though each and every one should strive for consistent improvement. With that being said, recruiters, hiring managers and human resource professionals will prioritize hiring job seekers who can be described as having the following 15 traits:1. Leadership oriented. Companies like recruiting job seekers who have a future with their organization. Most facets of leadership are learned and thus the most efficient organizations want to mold progressive thinkers rather than have stagnant employees. They want each individual to have room to progress and in time be able to formulate their own winning teams.2. Resilient. Resilient applicants are amongst the most sought after by hiring managers. These are the individuals who view their problems in an optimistic manner and don’t view hurdles as insurmountable, pervasive and their fault. They can fail and, after a brief demoralization get right back on their feet and continue producing for the company.3. Candid. Individuals who are candid are among the best communicators around the office. They display a direct, clear manner of speaking which in turn fosters winning and helps eliminate bureaucracy. Moreover, this method of expression promotes new ideas, encourages fast action and engages more people in the conversation.4. Competitive. Highly successful companies believe in differentiating their top performers from the average employees. These firms recognize the worth of making clear distinctions regarding the output individuals produce when compared to that of their peers. They understand that the people who fare best in the office are those who want to succeed and who are consistently formulating creative, compelling and logical methods to beat competing firms.5. In control. Hiring managers consider successful people to be in control of their careers. The more knowledgeable employers actively seek out individuals who don’t let outside forces dictate their potential; they recruit employees who don’t fear normal setbacks. Among other things, in control translates to being able to keep calm and perform during times of heightened stress.6. Friendly. Prior to recruiting, hiring managers seek out individuals who are easy to deal with and can be successfully managed by current staff. Moreover, when employers like you, they are more apt to give you an offer. When staffing new applicants, those who fit in with the current corporate culture are the most seriously considered.7. Ambitious. Ambitious employees are those who continually drive towards a better way of doing things. They embrace challenges and are able to overcome hurdles. These people are never satisfied with the status quo and drive for better solutions, thus making an organization more competitive.8. Ability to adapt. Staffing professionals seek job applicants who can change with the business environment. While many people love familiarity and patterns, the best understand that if you want to stay in the game (let alone win), change is a necessary aspect of business.9. Creative. The most successful companies thrive because of innovation and a consistent improvement on current internal processes. They are consistently looking for those who can not only work autonomously, but who also can formulate fresh ways to complete old tasks.10. Competent. Managers today are overly worked and have little time to oversee day to day activities. Thus, recruiting employees who can get the job done without being micromanaged are a significant priority these days. Competent job seekers can derive a return on investment for their employer while requiring minimal handholding from the leadership team.11. Passionate. Although all employees are driven by monetary gain, the most sought after people are the ones who enjoy the work as much as they do the reward. Without passion, employees will utilize only a fraction of their intelligence, achieve only a percentage of what they are able to and will inevitably burn-out. Moreover, they will fail to positively impact both their lives and the lives of their co-workers, clients, managers as well as the firm’s leadership team.12. Trustworthy. Without integrity, the other 14 qualities listed mean nothing. To be successful, companies need to have a culture that thrives on honesty and doing what is best for both the client and shareholders. Once trust is broken within a corporation, the rest of the positive aspects slowly unravel.13. Decisive. Companies love hiring employees who can make tough decisions. These are the people who can quickly and efficiently analyze options, potential outcomes and pitfalls of a situation and make a firm call. They are the opposite of “wishy-washy.” HR managers know that indecisiveness can keep organizations from reaching a desired output and, thus actively recruit what former GE CEO Jack Welch refers to as “edge.”14. Team oriented. Hiring people who “buy into the system” is of the utmost importance when recruiting. They can work effectively in situations that require the cooperation of others, clearly fit into the confines of the firm’s corporate culture and bring a dynamic to meetings that welcomes debate and, ultimately, solves problems.15. Goal oriented. Employers want to hire job seekers who always escalate their goals, though who still enjoy the journey along the way. They understand that money, power, status and possessions mean little without true passion for their job and, when recruiting seek people who feel the same way.In the EndIn conjunction with the above, intelligence, vision, confidence, knowledge and persuasiveness are additional qualities employers seek out. While hiring mangers, HR representatives and recruiters don’t need 100% of these traits present when staffing, the closer you are to 99%, the better your odds become at receiving a job offer. –Originally posted on Personal Branding Blog by Ken Sundheim
MIAMI (WSVN) – A construction accident caused a gas leak, Tuesday, in Miami.According to police, the leak was caused by a cut pipe, sometime around 9 a.m.The gas leak occurred at Northwest 11th Street and Seventh Avenue.Police have arrived on the scene and repairs have begun.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.