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  Why Having a Mission Statement for Your Social Media Mission Can Help
by Tiffany Young - Aug, 2015
Mission statements may seem overused and irrelevant in the grand scheme of things, but a well-crafted one can communicate to your audience your purpose and why they should care. This is also true when considering having a social media presence for business and personal. Ask yourself, “Why am I on social media?” If you’re like most people who joined social media because their high school and college friends did, then you pro...
  1 Habit That Could Save Your Job & Your Life
by Michelle Kerrigan - Aug, 2015
I am often asked: “Of all the habits you can develop in your career, what are the top ones for success?” Focus is, without doubt, in the top 4. In this high-pressured, rapidly changing world, many people think multitasking is the answer to increased productivity. However, what you may not know is that it can take up to 15 minutes to reorient yourself each time you switch gears and move from task to task. Add this time...
  4 Steps to Visualize Your Career Goals
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Aug, 2015
There are times in your career that job search may seem like boot camp, where you follow your sergeant's orders unquestioningly. You just do what they tell you and trust they will guide you to the right destination. You go along fine for a while, blindly letting others navigate your way from mile marker to mile marker, and from career city to career city. In fact, outsourcing the job of job search may feel calm, as you are...
  All the Right Moves: New Report Details Strategies on Reaching the C-Suite
by Lisa Rangel - Aug, 2015
A new report offers statistics and suggestions on successfully transitioning to the C-suite. For executives positioning themselves to make a corporate level move, this is news you can use. I work with professionals and executives looking to make their best career transition. One way I help my clients stand out is by helping them understand what they need to rise to the top—and stay there. A new survey by McKinsey and Compan...
  An Interview with Resume Writer Irene McConnell About Growing Her Business
by Joshua Waldman - Aug, 2015
I recently had a great conversation with Irene McConnell, a very successful resume writer in Australia. She shares some very powerful insights about business building and writing which I’m sure you will find a lot of value in . . . Irene founded and runs Australia’s #1 executive personal branding agency. In 3 years she grew the business from zero to $1million in annual revenue while relentlessly pushing the boundaries in th...
  Planning for Success Leads to Success
by Valerie Sokolosky - Aug, 2015
Funny how that is! The more I plan, the luckier I am. Luck you may ask? Success doesn’t just happen. It takes thought and preparation. Here are five steps for this month! 1. Separate the nuggets: Become skilled at separating the nuggets of information from the sludge that crosses your desk daily. Be aware that there is such a thing as too much information that can easily cause your leadership brand to get bogged down in mi...
  How to Survive and Thrive When You Lose Your Job
by Melody Wilding - Aug, 2015
Losing your job hurts. Companies use fancy terms to describe it – downsizing, reorganization, consolidation, re-engineering. Whatever way you slice it, the simple truth is you’re out of work. Getting laid off is never happy news. Suffering a job loss sucks. It stings to hear you’re not needed anymore. It’s painful to pack up your belongings and leave a place you have become attached to. It feels like a betrayal to be...
  Career Advice From High Achievers
by Stacy Harshman - Aug, 2015
I am always curious to know how people have succeeded in their careers so I love to gather quotes from those who have achieved much. Below is the advice from successful people from many different walks of life, representing several different career paths. Choosing your career Steve Jobs definitely knew success. Walter Isaacson, his official biographer, described him as the “creative entrepreneur whose passion for perfection...
  10 Tips to Take The Stress Out of Business Travel
by Mary G. White - Aug, 2015
Business travel can be stressful. This is true whether your job requires travel frequently or if you only take occasional business trips. Try these simple tips to help reduce the stress associated with working on the road. 10 Tips to Reduce Business Travel Stress Looking to diminish the stress of traveling for work? Try these helpful tips: 1. Advance planning: Plan your travel as far ahead of time as possible. This wi...
  4 Public Speaking Tips You Haven't Heard Before
by Lindsey Pollak - Aug, 2015
Deliver a speech. Give a presentation. Share a few thoughts. No matter what you call it, speaking in front of a group — even a small one — tops most people’s dread list. In fact, you may have heard public speaking is Americans’ No. 1 fear. (Hence the old joke that most people would rather be in the casket than delivering the eulogy.) Still, learning to speak well is key to building business relationships, especially if y...
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