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



How To Recover From A Termination Of Employment

Posted on: August 28th, 2012 by
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Whatever the cause for a job termination, you only have one of three responses: Passive, Passive Aggressive or Positive Active. Some people learn the wrong lessons from a termination and carry their anger with them into the marketplace.  This can be deadly.  Others learn to bounce back quicker. What creates Continue reading the story "How To Recover From A Termination Of Employment"

Set Career (Not Fantasy) Goals

Posted on: August 21st, 2012 by
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What’s your ultimate career goal?  Where are you along the intermediary steps?  What’s your time frame for each step? If you don’t have preliminary answers to these questions, you don’t have a career plan. All you have is a career fantasy! No career plan is Continue reading the story "Set Career (Not Fantasy) Goals"

Why Some Get Hired And Others Not?

Posted on: August 13th, 2012 by
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Is it Karma?  Family connections?  Why do some people get hired while others don’t?  Check out some of the reasons:   1.  Your background, knowledge, skills, ability and experience – Companies are looking for the best match possible to what they need accomplished.  So tilt Continue reading the story "Why Some Get Hired And Others Not?"

The Dangers Of A Counter-Offer

Posted on: August 7th, 2012 by
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The question of a counter-offer comes up when you’re resigning from your current company and they offer you a better deal to stay. Here are some thoughts to consider:

Resign In A Positive Way, With A Smile…Then Quit The Job You Hate

Posted on: July 31st, 2012 by
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Once you have that new job, quitting your current job can have a lasting effect on your career.  Do it correctly and you leave a lasting positive legacy.  Do it incorrectly and you could leave a landmine behind.  Step over the impulse to lash out and you'll thank Continue reading the story "Resign In A Positive Way, With A Smile…Then Quit The Job You Hate"