Laughter Is The Best Medicine

Laughter can relieve pain faster than Tylenol and Advil combined. Laughter is the best medicine for whatever is ailing you. Laughter is an icebreaker, lifesaver, normalizer, and reminder that life can be too serious. Laughter is highly contagious but will not harm you or those around you. FOR BEST RESULTS: take a large dose of …

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You Can Improve Your Interview Skills

Going on a job interview is like being on a blind date – and too often, a bad one. WHAT HAS YOUR EXPERIENCE BEEN LIKE INTERVIEWING? Do you get so nervous that you trip over your words? Does your presentation lack clarity and confidence? Do you convey your accomplishments and uniqueness? Does all your preparation …

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Interview Tip: Know Your Value & Personal Brand

How many interview tips have you stored in your memory only to forget them during an interview?  There’s so much information out there about interviewing it can be overwhelming and confusing.Not to mention that one career expert often contradicts another. Have you experienced this?  When I was a recruiter, my candidates complained about this constantly. …

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Is This Job The Right Fit?

Looking for a job is a job in itself, particularly during an already stressful time during Covid-19.  There’s research, online networking, resume posting, interviewing, follow up, waiting for an offer, more follow up, negotiating the offer, blah blah blah.  It’s exhausting just thinking about the whole process.  Does this sound familiar to you?  If you’re …

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How Being Proactive Will Help You Get Hired

Are you one of those people that always makes assumptions?  Rather than know the reality of a situation, do you make a wild guess and base your decision making on that alone?  If you’re one of those people (and I can be too), you may be doing yourself more harm than you know. It can …

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My Job Is Great So Why Am I Uninspired?

Does this sound like you?  “I’m well compensated, respected and valued at my job so why do I feel discontented and disconnected?”  This is a recent concern coming from one of my coaching clients.  He’s been working at the same company for 7 years and knows “he has it made”  but feels an inexplicable unrest.  …

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The Big No-No At Networking Events

Many of us know how important networking can be particularly if you’re in career transition, job search or want to develop new business relationships.  There are so many ways today we can connect on a professional level with others since social media has become all the rage but networking remains one of the best ways …

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How To Leave A Winning Impression At A Job Interview

There are many factors that leave a good impression in a job interview but it’s foolish to think if we have the experience and skills, we’ve landed the job.  Of course it’s important but there are other things that are considered. How you present is everything.  You can look good on paper (resume), but if …

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