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The Challenge of Pursuing Meaningful Work When You Need to Work

Many of us are driven to have a meaningful career where we can put our skills to use in a way that makes an impact. But sometimes this desire can clash with the realities of the job market. 1,971 more words

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Answering Tips for the “Are You Willing to Relocate?” Question

“Are you willing to relocate?” question can be a deal-breaker for your interview. Have you ever thought of what to answer to this question? If you directly answer no, do you know if you can still get the job or do you really need to make a major life change in order to get the job you want? 504 more words

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Never Finishing Your To-Do Lists? 5 Strategies to Try

1. Take the 1-3-5 Rule seriously.

Over the course of the day, it’s easy to get caught up in the all the little things that come up. 959 more words

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No More Discount Brands and Businesses Part 2

In my last blog post, No More Discount Brands and Businesses, I explained to you my declaration/”rant” regarding the absolute necessity to have quality visual brands and businesses and how many small businesses are not presenting themselves as they should (regardless of the great services or products they may offer). 1,807 more words

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5 Things to Do Before Building A Personal Brand

A strong personal brand isn’t created overnight. It takes time to discover your strengths, identify your passions, and build a community of followers.

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Follow these 3 guidelines to simplify your writing

There is a time and place for complex, lyrical writing. Poetry, stylistic prose, love letters…the list goes on. But when you’re writing for work, school, or any other situation where your chief goal is to be understood, it’s best to keep things simple. 327 more words

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Got A Degree, Now Want a Job Too !?!

You snagged your sheepskin; dibbed your diploma, posed for pictures, justified the financial investment of your parents and now you want a job too?

Ok. 516 more words