Author Archives: My Greener Future

A little author bio about My Greener Future

My Greener Future is a Job Search Strategy and Career Coaching Company. At My Greener Future, you will be connected with industry coaches who care about you and your career as much as you do. They will work with you to create your very own custom career plan and support you in achieving your short term and long term career goals. Join My Greener Future TODAY and see how it will change the way you think about your career.


Posted on: August 27th, 2019 by
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Not all interviews, questions or responses are alike, but most questions are predictable. The interviewer is most interested in what you have done, how you did it and what were the results.  The closer you come with your answers to fulfilling the needs of the hiring manager, the closer you are to becoming a finalist [Read the full story …]


Posted on: August 20th, 2019 by
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First off, how do you define “success” in your career?  Money? Title?  Fame?  Achievement? Power?  Satisfaction?  Or do you see a combination of factors?  Each one of these factors drive you in a different direction, so make sure you’re going after the right one.  If your career goal is money, your strategy is much different than if it’s [Read the full story …]


Posted on: August 13th, 2019 by
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We all move through transitions at different times in our career.  Sometimes you need to just take a break.  A friend took this concept to a whole new level.   When a co-worker (age 41) had a heart attack and died at his desk, Judy McCandless (a corporate workaholic) and her husband (a commissioned sales [Read the full story …]


Posted on: August 5th, 2019 by
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Whether you did well or not once the interview is over, the question most candidates ask is, “Should I send a “thank you” note”?  If you do send a thank you note, what should it say?  Should it be on personal letterhead or will an email be sufficient?   Let’s look at this question from [Read the full story …]


Posted on: July 30th, 2019 by
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There must be times when you feel frustrated or depressed about your job to the point of taking a risk outside of your comfort zone.  Or “take a flyer” with the hope that something will work out.  These are the times you’re most vulnerable. Be cautious about job search strategies that seem to be too [Read the full story …]