Author Archives: My Greener Future
A little author bio about My Greener FutureMy 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.
You can be average and be a low performer, or demonstrate the same performance level and be a high performer. It all depends upon to whom you are comparing yourself. You really can’t compare yourself to a narrow or small peer group. You have to look to a … Continue reading the story “Are [Read the full story …]
The first question that you need to understand: Why would a hiring organization do a group interview when it’s more productive, from your view, to interview one-on-one? Response – There are several answers, all of them favoring the company. They can: Squeeze more candidates into a shorter period of time Have … Continue reading the [Read the full story …]
You passed the telephone screen with flying colors and you nailed the interviews. You’re pretty sure you’ll be offered the job. Then you get a call saying that they chose another candidate, but “thank you very much for your interest”. WHAT HAPPENED??? Did you do or say something wrong? First … Continue reading the story [Read the full story …]
From a career perspective, there are different reasons people “hit the wall”, meaning their careers come to a sudden stop. A few of them are: Stuck-in-place: There appears to be no upward opportunities for you Underutilized: Your going stale, in place, and can’t use your talents Hostile environment: Someone doesn’t like you, with more [Read the full story …]
HOW MUCH TIME DO YOU HAVE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE WITH YOUR CAREER? DEPENDS UPON HOW OLD YOU ARE NOW. From birth to age 70, you have about 25,000+ days to do whatever you plan to do. If you’re age 18 and graduating from high school, you have 17,000 days until age 65. If [Read the full story …]