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Job Interviewing Tips – Focus On What You Bring to the Table

Job interviewing tips are kind of like maps: they may not be fun to read but they help you get where you want to get and they’re good to review until you know how to get where you’re going! I made the video below to help you focus on what you bring to the table […]

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How To Interview With Confidence – A Real Life Example

Job interviewing is tough! Last week’s post on the importance of portraying an image of confidence when interviewing inspired a friend of mine in his 20s to give me a call for some advice. I’m sharing our conversation here with the hopes that his real life scenario can help you. After all, interviewing is one […]

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Job Interviewing is Like American Idol: Confidence Is Key

Developing confidence and portraying an image of confidence prove to be key factors to success. America is a week away from crowning the next American Idol, but as of right now the wind is at the back of Chicagoan Lee DeWyze. Why? Because aside from the fact that he’s a talented singer and appears to […]

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15 Career Development Topics That Will Follow You Through Life

Recurring career themes you'll encounter when choosing a career, changing careers or building a career: Career development is a lifelong process that encompasses everything from choosing a career and selecting your work place to building your career and changing careers. It really never ends.

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