21 Apr 2014
April 21, 2014

Don’t Do That!

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I have interviewed A LOT of people. There are a few that unfortunately stand out in my mind for all the wrong reasons. Let me share three of my not so favorites. I remember: The clinician who described her work style as “loosey goosey” The guidance counselor who used a racial slur in his description.. read more →

18 Apr 2014
April 18, 2014

All Those Skills Are Transferable

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No matter where you are in your job search being aware of your transferable skills gives you a boost. Transferable skills are skills that are not limited to one knowledge area – they are transferable to many occupations.  Honestly, all the skills you have acquired are transferable skills.  Your task is to clearly show employers.. read more →

16 Apr 2014
April 16, 2014

Where Did Your Email Go?

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I receive regular emails and telephones calls from students and job seekers.   Some are good.  Some…hmmm…not so much.  My biggest pet peeve as it relates to this topic are people who send emails that don’t contain enough information for me to make even an educated guess about their skills and abilities.  What may be worse.. read more →

14 Apr 2014
April 14, 2014

It’s Under The Umbrella

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1. Packaged For Success Portfolio Development Seminar Professional Portfolio – a visual tool that gives employers, recruiters, scouts, and mentors a complete picture of who you are – your abilities, experiences, education, accomplishments, and potential The Packaged For Success Portfolio Development Seminar will help students, job seekers and entrepreneurs uncover new strengths, record achievements, and.. read more →

11 Apr 2014
April 11, 2014

Have I Ever?

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Magnitude = great importance or consequence; greatness of size or amount On Monday I decided that the question I would ask myself daily is “have I ever done anything of this magnitude”.  (It’s definitely time to stop playing small.) If the answer is yes then I know that I need to stretch beyond my comfort.. read more →