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A Gap Year for Mid-Career? It Could Make You a Better Employee

By | 4 Comments | April 24, 2014

Gap years aren’t just for high school kids. Even if you’ve been working for a few years, now is the perfect time to create your own sabbatical. Read »

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How a Mastermind Group Could Help You Accomplish Your Big Career Goals

By | 3 Comments | April 23, 2014

Whatever your goal with your side hustle, your business can certainly benefit from the input, encouragement and advice of others in the same boat. Read »

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Here's One Reason You Might Feel Unhappy at Work

By | No Comments | April 23, 2014

It’s time to stop selling ourselves short and learn to celebrate our personal successes. Here’s how to get past the self-sabotage. Read »

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Avoid These Corporate Event Planning Pitfalls to Create an Eye-Popping Event

By | No Comments | April 23, 2014

If you find yourself planning a corporate event, there are a few don’ts you’ll want to heed. Here’s what they are. Read »

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What Really Keeps New Entrepreneurs from Succeeding

By | 2 Comments | April 22, 2014

No one wants to do business with a burnt-out entrepreneur. Here’s how to avoid burning out as you lay the groundwork for success. Read »

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How Thinking Like a CEO Can Help You Get Ahead of Your Peers

By | 1 Comment | April 22, 2014

Whether you work in a teeny cubicle or are your own freelance boss, a CEO mindset can help you meet your personal and professional goals. Read »

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New Graduates: Are You Following This Advice for LinkedIn?

By | No Comments | April 22, 2014

Even as a new grad without a lot of work experience, you can make LinkedIn work for you to land a job. Read »

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Cover Letter Mistakes That Will Send Your Application Straight to the Trash

By | No Comments | April 21, 2014

Your cover letter is one of the most important steps of the hiring process, so you can’t afford to make any mistakes. Read »

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5 Signs the Hiring Manager Just Isn’t That Into You — And How to Change It

By | 5 Comments | April 21, 2014

Job interviews are tough. If the hiring manager starts losing interest, you’ll be able to tell. Here’s what to look for — and what to do. Read »

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Two Roads Diverge in the Workplace: Which Will You Choose?

By | 1 Comment | April 18, 2014

If you find yourself dreaming of a different life, don’t let those dreams languish over uncertainty. It’s time to decide who you want to be. Read »

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How to Give Your Boss Constructive Criticism and Still Keep Your Job

By | 1 Comment | April 18, 2014

Telling off your boss isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as long as you have the right approach. Make your voice heard without putting your job in jeopardy. Read »

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Does Your GPA Really Matter? Here’s the Truth for College Grads

By | 1 Comment | April 17, 2014

Google doesn’t hire people based on their GPA, and other companies are following suit. Here’s what’s more important than your grades. Read »

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Thinking of Lying About Your Experience? Here’s How Interviewers Will Find You Out

By | No Comments | April 17, 2014

Think you can get away with lying about your experience at an interviewer? Think again. This is what will give you away. Read »

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The Best Leaders Have Mastered This Underrated Skill

By | 1 Comment | April 16, 2014

In today’s world of constant connectivity and endless information, brevity is now a leadership necessity. Read »