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Five Tips to Successful Goal Achievement-3 of 5 (2/26/2014) -     3. Own The Goal And Let Others Know: You shouldn’t keep your goals to yourself. Sharing your goals can help you get the support you need from others. Some people are concerned with telling others about their goals
RED FLAGS IN YOUR JOB HISTORY…….AND HOW TO COMBAT THEM – 5 OF 5 (10/18/2013) - YOU’VE BEEN UNEMPLOYED FOR A WHILE Why it’s a problem: Even in this economy, some hiring managers look at long-term unemployed candidates and wonder if there’s a reason that other employers haven’t hired them. Fortunately, many employers do understand that
10 TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION (1/25/2017) -                 Communication is something we do reflexively, like breathing. We talk to our spouses, kids and friends without giving much thought to how we’re doing it. It might seem easy, but communicating effectively
10 TOP TIPS TO HELP YOU MASTER A VIDEO/SKYPE INTERVIEW. (8/10/2017) -                 Video interviews are being increasingly seen as a more efficient and cost-effective way to vet potential new employees – and with global hiring also becoming more commonplace, it’s worth understanding how best
10 ways to tell if you’re confident or arrogant. (3/15/2018) -                   There’s a fine line between confidence and arrogance. This is especially true given both entail a strong belief in one’s own abilities. When it comes to the responses they provoke, however,
15 BETTER THINGS TO DO AFTER WORK (IF YOU WANT TO BE HAPPY). (2/21/2018) -               Getting home from work after a day of meetings, intensive heads-down work, and never-ending email chains can be very exhausting or worse. Instead of watching TV or looking on your phone for too
3 REASONS WHY EVERYONE CAN’T GO WITH YOU TO THE NEXT LEVEL. (3/20/2018) -                 Whether you realize it or not, people who refuse to grow with you simply can’t go with you. So often we get so caught up in our emotions that we seem to
4 Interview Questions You Should Stop Asking (and the Ones You Should Ask Instead) (4/19/2018) -                     When it comes to interviewing, many recruiters and hiring managers stick to the tested, tried, and true questions. You know what they are: “what’s your proudest accomplishment?” and “what’s your
4 STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL CAREER MAPPING. (3/9/2018) - If there’s one truth in life, it’s that you can’t map out everything. No matter how carefully you plan, you’ll find yourself on some detours. This is especially true when it comes to your professional journey. With so much unexpected—and,
4 Surprising Common Mistakes You May Be Making In Your Job Applications – 4 of 4 (9/8/2014) -                   4. Not standing out Admittedly, it is getting increasingly hard to stand out as a job applicant. Someone did something that you may find useful. This applicant mentioned that they had
4 Surprising Common Mistakes You May Be Making In Your Job Applications – 2 of 4 (8/27/2014) -                 2. Poor Formatting When employers receive a lot of applications, they must come up with something to sort the pile and select the ones they want to look at more closely.  A neatly
4 Surprising Common Mistakes You May Be Making In Your Job Applications – 3 of 4 (8/29/2014) -                 3. Too many pages Some applicants have resumes that are multiple pages long. Please be clear, the number of pages may not be a problem in itself, it is the content that
5 FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING A CAREER – 5 OF 5 (11/29/2013) -       5. Evaluate Your Skills Everyone has unique talents that can be used in a career of some type. For many, these talents have been present since childhood; for others they are learned over time. Skills can be
5 FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING A CAREER- 2 of 5 (11/20/2013) -     2. Work Attitudes Whether many people realize it or not, how they feel about work can have an affect on the types of careers that they eventually find themselves in. Having a positive attitude about working can result
5 FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING A CAREER- 3 of 5 (11/22/2013) - 3. Training and Education In order to land certain careers, an industry expected level of training and education is a general requirement. That means for each job type, you will need to attain a certain degree or level of experience
5 FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING A CAREER-4 of 5 (11/25/2013) - 4. Availability of Jobs When choosing a career, a big factor is how many jobs will be available at certain levels. If you are a new graduate or are trying to switch careers mid-life, this can be a determining factor
5 MUST KNOW TO-DO LISTS TO PRIORITIZE TASK – 5 of 5 (4/11/2016) - 5. Cut the Cord: When something is really important, it’s easy to get caught up in the details and end up spending way too much time on a project or task. Spending too much time on one priority, however, prevents
5 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOURSELF BEFORE MAKING A JOB CHANGE- 3 of 5 (6/9/2016) -   Can I stay? Once you have an outline of what you are seeking, consider asking your current manager or employer if there is room for change in your role. Of course, this assumes you are an employee in good
5 Tips to Achieve Your Goals Despite the Odds – 1 of 5 (1/30/2014) -                 “Excellence can be obtained if you care more than others think is wise, risk more than others think is safe, dream more than others think is practical, expect more than others think
5 Tips to Achieve Your Goals Despite the Odds – 2 of 5 (2/3/2014) -             2. Surrender to the unknown. Surrendering has never been my forte because I have a tendency to want to control my environments, which means I can end up living in the future, not in
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