Monthly Archives: August 2008

Career Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – August

7 Ways to Get Ready for Your Phone Interview Got a phone interview? Congratulations! This is your big chance to make that all-important first impression. Yes, there is some pressure. Just because it’s a phone call doesn’t mean it’s any … Continue reading

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Teen Parenting Expert’s Tip of the Month – August

Loving Kindness By Barbara McRae, MCC Parents of teens often feel worn out. When your frustrations accumulate without releasing negative emotions, it becomes much more difficult to make wise parenting choices. To decrease anger, anxiety or sadness, reconnect with the … Continue reading

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Recent College Graduate Expert’s Tip of the Month – August

Procrastination is Painful By Nancy Barry Author of When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know Do you tend to procrastinate? Be honest. I’ve done my fair share of procrastinating over the years, and here’s what I’ve … Continue reading

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Networking Expert’s Tip of the Month – August

Stress Less Networking Tip for August After a fabulous event or conference, have you ever faced that pit-of-the-stomach feeling when you look at the business cards you’ve collected? I sure have. Here’s what goes through my mind: “How am I … Continue reading

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Youth Entrepreneurship Expert’s Tip of the Month – August

Young Women in Business Recently I had a conversation with a few young adults who were also young ladies in business. They expressed concerns regarding being able to effectively and efficiently communicate their vision and their competency for success to … Continue reading

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