Post Archives from the ‘Blog: Career Advice & Tips’ Category



HOW TO FIND THE BEST BOSS?

Posted on: March 26th, 2019 by
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When you’re interviewing, what are you looking for in a boss and how do you find answers?   What people say is secondary to how they behave.  Actions speak louder than words.  Some actions you can see and experience during an interview.  Other feedback is available from current or past employees, by chat sites, or on-line company websites.   Here’s a list of behaviors that most employees are Continue reading the story "HOW TO FIND THE BEST BOSS?"

ARE YOU FALLING BEHIND?

Posted on: March 19th, 2019 by
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We all have good days and bad days.  When the balance gets tilted too much toward the bad days, it’s time to evaluate where you are and why.  There are visible signs that give you indicators of when you need to assess your job, career and direction.  Here are some of them:  

R.I.P. = RETIRE IN PROSPERITY

Posted on: March 12th, 2019 by
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No matter what your age, from 15 to 60, you should be preparing for retirement.  Why? Unless you’re independently wealthy, you’ll end up losing control of your future.  Why are so many people unprepared for retirement?  It’s not because they don’t know it’s going to happen, nor because it takes them suddenly by surprise.  I can think of only two fundamental reasons why they’re not ready:

“ACE” YOUR GROUP INTERVIEW

Posted on: March 5th, 2019 by
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Most everyone dislikes group or panel interviews.  It feels like you're being set upon by people who may ask you questions for which you may not have good answers.   In many ways group interviews mean the difference between you getting the job, and others not.  Why?  If you’re better prepared you’ll be more effective than all the other candidates, especially in front of the key decision Continue reading the story "“ACE” YOUR GROUP INTERVIEW"

BECOME THE CANDIDATE OF CHOICE!

Posted on: February 26th, 2019 by
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How does a hiring manager sort through a hundred resumes, chose 10 to interview, then identify the finalist candidate who will be able to do the job better than everyone else?  What makes you different, better and more effective than all of your competitors for a job that you want?  If you don’t know the answer, you’re already behind your competitors.  Here are some of Continue reading the story "BECOME THE CANDIDATE OF CHOICE!"