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 […]

Extra Effort Brings Extra Flavor to Your Resume

I love soups made from scratch. The aromas, the explosion of fresh flavors from all the ingredients… yum! You just can’t get the same culinary experience from a can of condensed soup or a package of dried bits and powder that has to be reconstituted. However, for all that goodness in a mug, you have […]

Being a Graceful Winner When You Have a Job Hunt Victory

We are a house divided when it comes to professional football — my daughter and I are Green Bay Packers fans, while my husband and son are avowed supporters of the Chicago Bears. So there was just a bit of smack talk prior to the Packers-Bears matchup this past Monday night. Even though my husband […]

Can You Copycat Your Way to Success?

“Why can’t I stay up as long as Jenny does?” “Sam’s mommy lets him play with that toy. Can’t I, too? Puh-leeeeze???” These questions, and others similar to it, are whined to asked of parents on a regular basis by their children. That whole sense of “I want what that person has” is pervasive in […]

Envisioning Success Through Guided Imagery

While I was at the summit hosted by Career Directors International last month, one of my clients emailed me that she had received a call and would be doing a face-to-face interview the following Wednesday. Would I have time to meet with her to help her prepare? Of course, I assured her, we could meet. […]

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