So my tourism class has finished up for the most part motivation and I am sitting here reflecting on what we talked about. I tried to convey to the students that they have to develop their own understanding of the functions of motivations for…
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At one moment in your life, during your career or personal life, you will have to make a decision based your code of ethics. In determining your career, you should align your own code of beliefs with that of the company you have chosen….
Tourism and hospitality, travel has been around since man has emerged from the ethos and could walk on two legs. We traveled for the basic necessities to survive in those early days, scavengers for food, fuel and shelter, companionship. Those basic needs (physiological…
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