6 Anecdotes You Need to Rehearse Before Your Next Interview

You’ve aced “Tell me about yourself.” You’re cool as a cucumber when asked, “Why do you want to work here?” And you…

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27 Jobs With Unbelievably Tough Interview Questions

It’s almost time. You have just days until your dream job interview, and you are doing everything possible to get this right….

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10 Things Your Boss Won’t Tell You

While transparency in the workplace is all the rage, there are still a few things that your boss or manager may not…

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9 Conversations to Have Before Searching For A New Job  

Searching for a job when you already have one can feel like a top secret, covert mission. While you shouldn’t announce in…

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Adulting 101: How to Land Your First Job

You’re in the home stretch. It’s senior year of college and you’re moments away from entering the real world. While it seems…

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3 Tips To Standout In Your Next Job Interview

Years ago, Stephen Jennings started teaching friends how to “go above and beyond what you find in most interview books” after such…

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Find Your Chakra, Find Your Career

The concept of chakras originates from ancient Hindu texts. The chakra model describes seven reference points in the body, organized around the…

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Are You Doing Enough Of Your Own Career PR?

If you find it difficult to present your best talents, maybe you need professional help in promoting yourself. Two public relations executives,…

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How To Quash Your Career Fear & Regain Confidence

If you’re creative, if you can think independently, if you can articulate passion, if you can override the fear of being wrong,…

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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. Developing a winning…

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What's Worse Than Office Gossip?

What kind of behavior is most likely to draw a pink slip? Sloppy work is the number one offender when it comes…

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Was Your Interview A Joke?

Perhaps this experience sounds familiar: you left a job interview feeling confused, ragged, disappointed or angry? You fear that not quelling those…

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