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Improve Your Image at Work
The image we have at the place we work or, in other words, what people we work with think about us, is always important for each and every one of us. It sometimes happens that you’re very close to a promotion and you’re wondering how to prove that you’re better than your hard-working colleague; o. . .
Inside Elance: Thirteen Writers Explain Why Elance Works ...
Browsing through the writing projects at Elance, one thing stands out. It’s the “Recent Earnings” figures listed with each bidder’s name. These aren’t fake figures – these figures show what real writers have been able to earn and they range from $1000 to $60,000. If some writers are making $60,00. . .
Interim Executive Management: Challenge and Change
A position in interim executive management is one of the most exciting and challenging jobs you’ll ever tackle. Because you have to slip into a position and immediately take up the reins, you must be personable and intelligent. Because you need to be able to perform almost any executive job with . . .
Intuition: The secret to your career success
Intuition: The Secret to Your Career Success Michelle L. Casto, M.Ed. For far too long, we moderns have relied on our analytical/logical brain to make important life decisions. It is my belief that our imaginative/creative brain holds the key to better, smarter and more soulful decisions. Thi. . .
Invest In Yourself, Invest In Your Future
Commonly held wisdom tells us that it is a very good idea to save 10% of what we earn. Many popular authors of financial self help books explain in great detail that after 20 to 30 years this 10% savings can likely help you retire from your day job. In fact, you probably know of such people that. . .
Is a Career a calling or choice?
Is a Career a Calling or Choice? By Michelle L. Casto How much of our career path is destiny and how much is free will? In my opinion, it is 50/50. We are given a life map at the beginning of our lives, and there are things we are meant to learn, people we are meant to meet, work we are meant t. . .
Is Pursuing a Career in Patent Law the Right Move for You?
Is Pursuing a Career in Patent Law the Right Move for You? Copyright © 2005 Lisa Parmley Intellectual Properties Enterprises, Inc
http://www.PatentBarStudy.com Did you know that you might be eligible to gain entry into the field of patent law even without a law degree? The basic requirements are . . .
Is Working From Home All It's Cracked Up To Be?
I’ve worked from home for the last 27 years so I guess I am entitled to make some observations about how it works. There are some critical issues that you would need to consider – before deciding to do this yourself.1. Discipline. Working from home means working – not staying. And the temptations . . .
Is Your Leadership Is Effective?
In many ways, good leadership is hard to define. It can't be directly measured. There's no leadership "score" or report card. In fact often the measure of leadership is qualitative rather than quantitative - although quantitative results always follow. So, the questions remains, how can you t. . .
Is Your Resume Doing ITS Job?
Is Your Resume Doing ITS Job? Is it opening doors to new opportunities? Will it compel the reader to think, “Hey! This applicant can… put that one on top of the ‘call in for an interview' pile!” Does it showcase what you have accomplished for past employers as well as what you can accomplish for t. . .
IT Career Error! Click Here to Repair
Two years ago Jeff was a discontented software developer. His work left him frustrated and mentally drained each day. His performance reviews were generally positive, but always noted a lack of genuine interest or motivation. He agreed completely with these reviews. Following a specific aptit. . .
Job Hunting Tip: Self Preservation
Looking for work can be difficult, frustrating, anxiety-provoking, and demeaning. There are few situations we encounter in life where we feel so powerless. Not only do we have a sense that we have little control over the outcome, but we also feel judged. We become objectified, presented like a c. . .
Job Interviews -- How to Follow Up Effectively
Getting a job is not just about your performance in an interview. The post-interview follow up you do has a critical role in a successful job hunt. Here’s how to do it effectively. On the day of the interview or at most the next day, send a thank you note to each of the interviewers. Apart from . . .
Job Interviews -- The Four Worst Objections You’ll Face a...
Dealing with tough questions and objections is an essential part of job interviews. Here are four common ones that derail many candidates. Read on to find out what they are and how you can deal with them. Objection #1: You’ve been fired from your last job. First of all, don’t blow the issue out . . .
Job Interviews -- The Real Reasons Why You Need to Follow Up
Effective follow-up after a job interview is often a key reason why someone gets a job, even though there are other equally qualified candidates. Many candidates treat follow up as an optional add-on to their job search. Read on to see why that’s just not the case. There are several reasons why . . .
Job Interviews -- What Your Pre-Interview Research Should...
When you go in for a job interview, you’re not just a candidate seeking a job. You’re a potential problem solver and contributor. To play that role effectively, you must be armed with the right kind of information. That’s what pre-interview research is all about. Break down your research efforts. . .
Job Interviews and The Secret of Selling Yourself
A very effective and persuasive tactic when selling something is to promote its benefits as well as its features.Very simply, features are what something has; benefits are what those features do for you.For example, if you’re selling your used Oldsmobile, one of the features you might mention is . . .
Job Interviews: Use the Personal Touch to Get a Great New...
A study conducted by the Journal of Consumer Research in 1995 showed that sales people who used their prospects' names generated a 239% increase in sales. In today's fast-paced world, that personal touch is even more important. The simple act of using a name can have a dramatic impact on your own. . .
Job Search Website Employer Confessions
Summary: You'll be shocked when you learn what I found out when I posted a job as an employer on a job search website. Find out the tactics to get the attention of an employer like me amid a sea of job search website applications. Hi, I'm the one sabotaging your online job search. On several job. . .
Job Search: Is It a Numbers Game?
Unfortunately, job search can be a "numbers game".When the Internet first came on the job search scene it was a great differentiator. Candidates who found jobs advertised on the Internet and submitted their resumes via email often went to the front of the line. They were competing with other job. . .
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