Career Planning in Today’s Turbulent Times

What you were taught in school no longer applies to the job searching skills needed in today’s market. The rules have changed…from the resume through the interview. Don’t be caught with an “objective statement” on your resume, or asking the interviewer questions you should have researched on the web on your own. Here are some … Read more

Beware Of Job Fraud Scams!

Searching for a job can be difficult enough, but when you finally spot the ‘job of a lifetime’ – just consider that if the job sounds too good to be true – quite likely, it is! Imagine the job of “Designer – Developer/Applications/IT” with a tax-free salary of $120K for 6 months work. Perks including … Read more

Be a great internet presenter

Anyone involved in internet marketing may think speeches and presentations are not important skills for them, but that is not true. The web pages that grab attention now use audio and video streaming, the face behind the site is going to be exposed sooner or later. In webinars and conference calls, presentation skills are crucial … Read more

21 Life Changing Questions You Can’t Afford to Not Ask

Life Changing Questions You May Need  Imagine finally taking off seven coats you’ve been wearing on top of each other for years and years. You’ve forgotten that some people consciously live without seven layers of coats on even though most people live that way. You remember the possibilities you imagined your life would be when … Read more

Are You Sabotaging Your Career?

My experience working with thousands of leaders world wide for the past two decades teaches me that most leaders are screwing up their careers. On a daily basis, these leaders are getting the wrong results or the right results in the wrong ways. Interestingly, they themselves are choosing to fail. They’re actively sabotaging their own … Read more

A Career Built On Character

“Personality can open doors, but only character can keep them open.” ~Elmer G. Letterman “The best job goes to the person who can get the job done without coming up with excuses or passing the buck” ~Napolean Hill What About Politics? Political Astuteness is something that you may not learn in school; however, it plays … Read more

A Closer Look At Two Interview Questions

A job interview is stressful. The person who hasn’t made a lot of changes isn’t practiced at what is involved (nor should they want to be), and the person who has made a lot of changes doesn’t have any idea as to what’s involved either, or they wouldn’t be making so many changes! Preparing for … Read more

7 Ways to Network Your Way Out Of a Job and Into a Work At Home Career

Everyday you can read articles about how people network and find another job. You can find countless numbers of books and articles on how to create relationships to find jobs that might not otherwise be known. But what about people who don’t want to work? I am not talking about a lazy person without any … Read more

10 Career Change Myths

Career Myth #1: You can’t make a living doing something you really, truly love This is the grand-daddy of career myths, the belief that you can’t have a “practical” career doing something that you were passionate about. It has to be one or the other. This myth is rooted in fear. Fear that we have … Read more