Dispelling Bad Job Interview Advice, Part 3

Here’s the third installment of a series on how to approach questions in a job interview. You can find part 1 and part 2 here. ————- Question: What irritates you about co-workers? Advice given: “Tell the panel that you can get along with any kind of co-workers by adjusting with them all the times by […]

On the Job Hunt, There Are No Guarantees

Our coonhound, Graham, has been with us for two months now, and we are discovering that he has quite the personality. He is headstrong and is particularly vocal when he feels he deserves something (usually food-related). Graham is an explorer; he found our garage to be a particularly fun place with all sorts of interesting […]

Taking the Bad with the Good

I love autumn! The recent drop in temperature here in Wisconsin was a reminder that cooler temperatures are soon to be the norm. I had a smile on my face as I broke out the turtleneck and sweatshirt for its first use of the season. So many things to look forward to: visiting the apple […]

Three Ways to Make Obstacles Easier to Handle

You know what the hardest part of achieving a goal is? It’s not the planning. That’s actually one of the most enjoyable parts — with strategizing and the rush of enthusiasm that you feel at the start of any project, it’s amazing to feel all of the creativity flowing! And on paper, there is no […]

The Reality of Hiring a Career Professional

Say you’ve been laid off for a while now and are just not getting many “bites” on your resume. Or you’ve decided, now that the economy is starting to pick up, you’ll see what opportunities are out there. Have you wondered if hiring a career coach, a resume writer, a career consultant, or an interview […]

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