Monthly Archives: November 2009

Resiliency Expert’s Tip of the Month- November

I opened my email this morning to a blog update from one of my favorite authors, Mike Robbins, who writes about personal empowerment. His message for the day was that “Worry Never Works”. How true this is! Stress and worry … Continue reading

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Recent College Graduate Expert’s Tip of the Month- November

OMG!  Mom is on Facebook By Nancy Barry Speaker and Author of When Reality Hits: What Employers Want Recent College Graduates to Know Would you invite your mom or dad to be your friend on Facebook? If the answer is … Continue reading

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Career Planning Expert’s Tip of the Month – November

Scope out potential meeting locations for informational and off-campus interviews before you start your career search, so that when an interviewer asks you for a suggestion for a great meeting location, you can select one on the spot. In selecting … Continue reading

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Job Search Expert’s Tip of the Month – November

Five-day job hunting plan For the Class of 2009, it’s been approximately four months since graduation. Although the average time it takes to land a job these days is about six months, I’m sure you’re in a hurry to land … Continue reading

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Twentysomething Career Expert’s Tip of the Month – November

Your Career is a Corporation From http://alexandralevit.typepad.com/ I recently had the chance to talk with Martin Yate, one of my most-admired authors in the career advice space. Martin and I chatted about how most of us will work for nearly … Continue reading

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