The Emails That Can Improve Your Life and Results

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Is that even possible? Emails that could improve our lives? Most people talk about email as the bane of their organizational existence! Plenty of studies talk about how much of our work lives are sucked up by email. Wouldn’t it be nice to have some email strategies to make email a more valuable part of… Read more »

Don’t Be A Wallflower–How to Overcome Shyness at Work

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  There are some people who can walk into any room with an air of confidence and instantly become friends with everyone. Those people are called extroverts, and many of us introverts often envy them in the workplace. However, even extroverts suffer from shyness at one point or another. Whether you’ve been on the job… Read more »

How to Keep Your Motivation High Through the End of the Year

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There is always one distraction or another that might keep you from fully engaging in your work. Now, since summer is coming to a close, it feels like time to get down to brass tacks. In reality, this is only the start to another downward slope through the fall and winter holiday seasons. So how… Read more »

Boost Your Job Search Confidence Today!

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Confidence is important. Many recruiters and hiring managers will suggest that a confident candidate without the exact skills will still win a job over a competent candidate who doesn’t believe in themselves. Confidence in your job search is essential for landing the right opportunity. So how do you boost your job search confidence and make… Read more »

Are Companies Rejecting You? Read This Advice.

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It is perfectly natural to feel frustrated while you’re in the middle of a long job search. You have a resume that’s been proofread and looks great. You interview well. But you’re still not getting the job offer. Remember, this job search rejection may not be you at all! Companies have to make difficult hiring… Read more »

No Job Found Yet? Don’t Get Too Worried!

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Conventional wisdom reinforces the idea that being unemployed is inherently bad. New college graduates are expected to find a job before they even leave school. And individuals looking to make a change in their career path are encouraged to have a new job before they turn in their two weeks’ notice. But not having a… Read more »