Tag Archives: career advice

Tony Robbins shares the best career advice he’s ever received.

Have you seen the new documentary on performance coach Tony Robbins? It’s a fascinating story of a man who turned his difficult childhood experiences into a passion and gift for motivating others. Recently, he shared some brilliant career advice in a Facebook Live Q&A with Business Insider. When asked for advice from someone struggling to […]

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Vacation coming up? Don’t take off just yet.

We’re smack in the middle of summer – the time many of us are taking vacation, and hopefully, unplugging (because these days, the two don’t always go hand in hand). To make the most of your hard-earned time off, there are some things you simply must do before you check out of the office. Ensuring […]

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4 Steps to Recovery After You Made a Mistake in the Workplace

Whether you’ve been in the workforce for one month or twenty years, you have probably made a few mistakes. That moment when you are scrolling through your emails and you see a subject line from someone on your team that says “FIX THIS NOW.” Your stomach drops, you start to feel a little nervous, and […]

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The year of “the gap.”

With high school graduation right around the corner, you’re probably planning to spend the next few weeks appreciating every last minute of your senior year. You should be! You’ve spent four years of your life working towards this moment. However, when the joy of your accomplishments wears off, it will be time to take the […]

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6 Top Q&A’s You Should Know About W-2’s this Tax Season.

It’s that time of year again – tax season. If you are like most people, you probably don’t enjoy the process of filing taxes; but, unfortunately it’s one of life’s necessities. Luckily, most companies are switching to electronic W-2’s making it easier for employees to access their personal information. No more waiting for paper copies […]

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How to Prepare for a Video Interview

More and more companies are arranging video-chat interviews with candidates, avoiding the cost and inconvenience of having interviewees hop on a plane for an in-person meeting. It’s great, except conducting a video interview requires a different set of considerations for the candidate preparing to put his or her best foot forward. Besides all the traditional […]

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5 Tips on How-to Use Your Lunch Break to Benefit Your Career

The idea of having a 9-5 job is no longer very realistic. More and more people find themselves working through their lunch breaks at their desks because of their current workload. A survey conducted by Right Management suggest that only 1/3 of American workers actually go out for lunch. You may be helping your work […]

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5 Types of People to Avoid in the Office

Whether you’ve started a new job or have been working at the same company for years, it’s important to become a part of the company culture and get to know your co-workers. By doing this, you are making connections, networking, and increasing your knowledge. There are 5 types of people you may need to avoid […]

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Don’t let the Holiday Season Take over Your Social Media

It’s the end of October and the Holidays are right around the corner. There will be costume parties, turkey suppers and gingerbread houses in the very near future. The seasons will change and temperatures will drop but one thing should stay consistent, your job search. How you present yourself during the holiday season may determine […]

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When Is It Time to Leave Your First Job?

After graduation, landing your first job is a huge accomplishment and a very exciting time in your career. You met new contacts, developed your skills, and gained valuable experience. Now that the honeymoon phase is over, you may be finding yourself restless. This stirs up the question “When Is It Time to Leave Your First […]

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