How To Succeed In A Job Interview
Mar27

How To Succeed In A Job Interview

Tweet Job interviews are something that we have all had to do at one point in our life or another. Many people think that all you have to do is walk into a room, answer a few questions and that is it. Well, that isn’t quite true. It’s More Than About The Job In my career of over 30 years I have performed hundreds to interviews and in that time I am amazed how people will come into the interview late, not provide a nice...

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How To End Your Groundhog Day Job
Feb02

How To End Your Groundhog Day Job

Tweet The majority of you live a life filled with routines. You get up, brush your teeth, get dressed, get the kids up and dressed, eat breakfast, go to work at a job that the majority of you don’t like, then go home, eat dinner, put the kids to bed, go to bed and start all over again the next day. It is like you are living in ground hog day. Since the majority of you are working a job you don’t like, or may even hate, chances are you...

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What To Do When You Hate Your Job
Dec22

What To Do When You Hate Your Job

Tweet They don’t call it work because it is fun. Work is something we all do, it is a necessary evil for most and a total joy for some. If you are one of the 20% who love your job and what you do for a living, be thankful. For the other 80% of you reading this, know that there is a way out of the situation you are in now…but you have to take action to make it happen. For the last 23 years I have been employed with the same company....

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Failure Equals Success
Nov10

Failure Equals Success

Tweet No one likes to fail. There isn’t one person reading this that begins something with the intent to fail at it. When someone studies for an exam, then sits for the exam, they don’t whisper under their breath, “oh I hope I fail this”. No, we all intend to succeed. However, when it comes to succeeding, you most likely will  have some if not a lot of failures first. The other day I was sitting in a shareholders meeting of a company...

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Live Like You Lost Your Job
Oct12

Live Like You Lost Your Job

Tweet One common theme I am getting from my clients is that they have lost their job and now cannot meet their bills.  As you read this you may be in the same situation. Businesses are cutting back on their expenses and even though the employee is what I consider to be  the biggest assets of a company, it is also one of their biggest liabilities as well.  I have seen employers release individuals who have been with them for 20 years,...

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Quit My Job or Not?
Aug17

Quit My Job or Not?

Tweet When I was raised, I was taught to always be able to take care of myself. Not to rely on a man for financial support. I took that teaching to heart and ensured that I was always able to take care of myself financially. I went to college, had several great jobs that paid very well. Stupid At one point in my life I went stupid and got into debt. Debt made sure that I had to work a traditional job. Debt made sure that I worked hard...

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Preparing For A Job Interview
Aug12

Preparing For A Job Interview

Tweet Whether you have a job and are looking for a change or you don’t have a job and you are looking to get one, you will eventually have to go through the interview process. First what is an interview? Many people think an interview is a one way conversation, to an extent it is as the employer has the majority of the control in the situation. They will ask you questions about yourself, your qualifications, and determine if you are...

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