Archive | November, 2014

5 Job Search Clichés Due for an Overhaul

In writing these articles, I’ll admit, sometimes I just go where inspiration takes me.  Today, I caught myself contemplating some of the common clichés that have circulated around the world of job hunting and career counseling for decades.  In my opinion, all of these sayings are a bit in need of a makeover and some […]

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7 Tips for Increasing Your “Coachability” Quotient

When it comes to making a career change or tracking down a new employment opportunity, you’ll find most people concentrating on scouring the web, tuning up their resume, and attending lots of haphazard networking meetings in the hopes of turning up viable leads. Honestly, though, there’s an even simpler concept that might make an even […]

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