Monthly Archives: September 2010

Do You Want A New Direction (Follow My Example)

If you want a new direction, you need to embrace change and be willing to listen to your critics/readers. Here is my story, It was pointed out to me that just reposting other people blogs has little value. Having a … Continue reading

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Stay On The Train And Enjoy The Journey

Why Change? Change is a necessary part of life. Our hair grows, our skin grows and is replaced, our fingernails grow out and need to be cut. The weather changes and most people will change jobs 7-10 times in their … Continue reading

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Maximize Twitter in Just 15 Minutes a Day | My Global Career

You can integrate Twitter into your job search activities and you can do it in 15 minutes a day (after some learning-curve time for setting up your account and reviewing the basics). via myglobalcareer.com

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Presenting Your Executive Climb to the Top | Career Rocketeer – Career Search and Personal Branding Blog

Many executives share similar career paths. One of these paths involves entering a company at a job relevant to your degree or experience, and climbing your way up the corporate ladder until you’re eventually running the place. Another path involves … Continue reading

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Dilbert: Different Situations and MBA

http://www.youtube.com/v/fOeDACJmEDU?fs=1&hl=en_GB&rel=0 via positionignition.com

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17 Interview Questions Hiring Managers Love to Ask – Careers Articles

AOL Jobs reached out to hiring managers, HR professionals and recruiters to hear their favorite interview questions. Here’s what they love to ask and why. via jobs.aol.com

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Home of the Brave

Is America still the home of the brave? Yes, Yes it is. I will admit that she lacks the luster and shine of years past. America also lacks the brave hero’s that walked her streets in the recent past. Not … Continue reading

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Land of the Free

Land of the Free. Are we? Yes we are. Where else in the world can you stand on the street corner and complain about the government or the president? Where you can be a Red Sox fan and live in … Continue reading

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Success Tweet 114: Write in the Active, Not Passive, Voice | Bud Bilanich

Use the active voice in your writing.  Say “I suggest we do this,” rather than “It is suggested that…” When you use the active voice your writing and you come across as strong, forceful and self confident.  If you need … Continue reading

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The 4 Rules to Being a Great Communicator

image via johnmcnab Have you ever met someone who could say one thing and mean something else? On the surface that seems to be a really valuable skill but in the long run it will backfire on you every time. … Continue reading

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