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 8th, 2017 by
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There are many different ways to design a job search strategy. You’ll need to find the best alternatives for the most favorable outcome. The approach I’ve found to be the most advantageous is the 60-40 rule: 60% effort in your interactive network and 40% of all others.   THE 60% RULE – This involves an [Read the full story …]


Posted on: August 1st, 2017 by
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Many executives have told me that the journey through their career was much more fun than the arrival at their ultimate career destination. Why is that? Here are a few reasons given to me:   When you’re moving through your career, much of your achievements are based on your own individual efforts. When you’re at [Read the full story …]


Posted on: July 25th, 2017 by
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Want to know what a hiring manager is thinking while scanning resumes? Or maybe how the hiring manager views potential candidates during an interview? You would have a distinct advantage if you could read the mind of the hiring manager. So let’s take a look at the hiring manager’s decision-making process, what’s important, and how [Read the full story …]


Posted on: July 18th, 2017 by
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If the annual budget shows that pay increases are to be an average of 3% for the year, it means that the spread of individual pay raises can be from 0% to 6% or more. Where you are within that spread will depend on a number of factors, some of which are:   What has [Read the full story …]


Posted on: July 11th, 2017 by
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Ask yourself, “What ‘s the purpose of a reference?” If you think that a reference is for someone to say great things about you, think again.   There are two fundamental reasons for a reference:   First, to validate the basic information you provided about your work history: Title, length of service, compensation, job responsibilities [Read the full story …]