Interview Preparation Tips to Help You Make a Good Impression. Are you currently on the hunt for a new job?. If you are, you will likely find yourself with a number of job interviews scheduled. If you have been out of work for sometime now or if your last employment … Read The Full Post
The job search process involves a lot of planning and attention to detail, so it’s no wonder that many people quickly feel overwhelmed and even a bit out of control. The best way to avoid this is to organize your job search so that you have a clear strategy outline … Read The Full Post
Bring Doubles of Everything to an Interview. In addition to a list of questions you want to ask and a pen and notepad you should alsobring duplicate copies of anything else that you may need to provide to the interviewer.
When booking the interview, ask if there is anything specific … Read The Full Post
There is always a debate about whether daily affirmations work – the kind of uplifting statements you repeat to yourself in the mirror each morning.
I find a more effective way to improve your mood and self-esteem is to create your own positive scripts for regular re-reading and study. On … Read The Full Post
School can be tough for any age group. With the Internet, cable television, gaming opportunities everywhere, cell phones – wow, it’s difficult to put life on hold and hit the books. But you need to. You have to, if you want decent grades.
Yes, grades. Wouldn’t it be nice to … Read The Full Post
Arrive on time. Dress well. Write a thank-you note. Don’t lie on the application. You have the job-hunting basics down, but the gods of employment have plagued your people with a drought. Whether you’re interviewing after a layoff, seeking a change of employment or documenting your futile interviewing plight to … Read The Full Post