Category Archive: Career

Sep
27

Career Advice For Generation Y

You’re facing the most challenging job market since the Great Depression.  How can you not only find the job of your dreams but also find a career that will pay well?  To be happy you have to do what you love.  But the key is balancing that love with a job that pays the bills.  …

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Sep
25

Thriving In A Tough Economy

This week our radio show featured a special guest, Bethany Williams, author of “Winning Strategies For Women.”  She gave some fantastic tips for thriving in a tough economy including building a personal board of directors.  These are mentors that you hold dear that you go to before making a career decision.   Bethany also discussed …

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Sep
21

5 Things That Must Be In Your Resume

  Your resume is the first thing your future employer will see.  First impressions are important.  So check out these 5 things that must be in your resume! 1) Photo – Yes, a mug shot of you!  Why?  I believe a picture is worth a thousand words and a well taken photo of you in …

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Jun
02

How To Deal With Not Getting Promoted

In our lives we are often confronted with situations in which someone less deserving than us gets a reward we were hoping for.  This can lead to jealousy and self doubt, both dangerous emotions for a good employee.  Analyzing why we didn’t get promoted can be helpful but we must be honest with ourselves.  Remember, …

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May
11

Face The Future With Confidence

Have you ever found yourself lacking the confidence needed to do your job successfully? You’re not alone! How can you develop more confidence not only in your career but in your life as well? First off, find out what makes you a star. Gather a notebook and get to work! Make two columns. One column …

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May
02

Love Your Employees!

In many areas of the United States, the education system is so poorly funded that one teacher can have up to 40 children in the classroom. How many times have you seen someone walking with traffic instead of against it, as is proper. Even college graduates often lack the common sense skills to accomplish what …

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Apr
02

Should I Quit My Job?

At some point in our professional lives we reach a crossroads where an important decision has to be made. Should I stay or should I go? This simple question has stolen many an hour from our sleep. Quitting a job is both a logical and emotion decision, neither side to be taken more lightly than …

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Mar
18

5 Tips For Top Sales

Greasy hair, cheap suits, slimy handshakes – these are the descriptions that come to mind when we mention “salesman.” It’s the twenty first century, and times have changed. So should the public’s persona of salesmen. Don’t be frightened by recession and customer apathy. Being the best salesman you can be will allow you to enjoy …

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Aug
05

Four Ways To Beat The Job-Loss Blues

One of the most stressful events anyone can face in life is the loss of a job. Here are four easy tips to help beat the job loss blues: 1) Stay busy – Nothing takes your mind off a stressful situation like staying busy. Allow your new job hunt to take the place of your …

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Mar
03

5 Tips To Help You Find A Job

Finding a job IS a job in itself, thats the reality of life.  Here are a few ideas I’ve put together over the years to make the job hunt a little easier: 1) Use a temp agency like Manpower or Kelly Services to do the work for you –   Sure they’ll take a little …

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