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3 Don’ts Before A Big Interview

We have all read reports on the political prisoner who fasts to protest something - no food, just water - a hunger strike just to ...

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The Importance Of Optimism At Work, In Interviews & At Home

Whew, what a week. One could easily take the downgrade, the downs of the market and the riots around the world and get pretty d...

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Lucky Enough To Get An Interview? Don’t Blow It. Research!

Preparing for an interview? Need to impress your boss? Want to improve your lot in your career? Here are points to research, know ...

SSSHHH! 3 Tips To Quietly Look For Your Next Job

SSSHHH! 3 Tips To Quietly Look For Your Next Job

If you are currently working,  typically you don’t want to let the world in on the fact that you're searching for your next ca...

3 Simple Attributes To Get Ahead In Your Career

3 Simple Attributes To Get Ahead In Your Career

Like a number of you I spent the Fourth of July weekend with family and friends and as usual the food was great, the horseshoes hi...

How To Determine What You Should Be Paid As A Contractor

How To Determine What You Should Be Paid As A Contractor

Many of us have made the transition from full-time employee to contractor status. For some it was a lifestyle choice while for oth...

Four Ways To Approach Tough Job and Career Issues

Four Ways To Approach Tough Job and Career Issues

We’ve all dealt with the ups and downs of life, whether they be BIG global issues that affect us or just a bad hair day. Whateve...

Four Steps To A Better ‘Winning’ Attitude At Work

Four Steps To A Better ‘Winning’ Attitude At Work

Charlie Sheen’s idea of ‘winning’ is a bit one dimensional, especially when it comes to careers and the workplace. Developin...

Four Tips To Refresh Your Career Path

Four Tips To Refresh Your Career Path

You’ve mastered Angry Birds, watched every Kurasawa movie five times, read Game of Thrones twice and have given up on writing yo...

The Most Important Rule In Interviewing; Always Interview With More Than One Company

The Most Important Rule In Interviewing; Always Interview With More Than One Company

A dad asked me to talk to his son, a recent engineering grad, to give him a few pointers on an upcoming interview. I took him thro...