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Do you have a narcissist who is a coworker?

There is a lot of talk around about narcissists in politics. What is a Narcissist? Simply put, it’s the tendency...
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Behavioral Interviewing —SHOW don’t TELL

A sure fire method to answering these questions. The secret to doing well in a “behavioral interview” is showing the...
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AN IMPORTANT LESSON I LEARNED ON THE “MONKEY BARS” – when I was 7 years old

It didn’t take more than one or two falls before I learned one of life’s important lessons. That lesson applies...
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You are solely responsible for your success or failure

At the end of the day, you are solely responsible for your success and your failure. And the sooner you...
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“NEWCOMER” Job Fair – ANYONE – new to the area from immigrants to new move-ins.

  JOB FAIR ADVICE Check websites to see announcements of local job fairs. They will give you dates, locations, websites,...
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2018 RULE IN CALIFORNIA –

Starting the first of the year, job seekers in California will have one less section to fill out on applications...
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Word for word: Phone interviews are extremely important in today’s job market

Marco Buscaglia, Tribune Content AgencyCareerBuilder Rarely used even a decade ago, the phone job interview is now a critical tool...
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Great book

You are the best, Carole. I got another book, "Boost Your Interview IQ". This is an excellent book - You...
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For those who have purchased a packet from you – how long does it stand for?

I purchased the higher tier some months ago and having issues formulating a question I’m hoping you can help me...
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The Power of Informational Interviewing – People Helping People

The informational interview is a source of power that you can use to your advantage. With preparation, listening, and follow...
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TIPS from The Interview Coach

There may be times when you encounter a “stress interview.” Be ready for anything and everything in this type of...
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VOCABULARY 101 – Interview vocabulary is important

Using the word “pretty” before a word to describe your ability is a NO-NO. It’s like being a “little” pregnant....
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How do I show that I am unique?

A. Preparation – try going through the following steps and see if you are able to discover some things about...
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“How can I make myself stand out when there are so many other candidates looking at the same job?”

A. “focus” – focus on what makes you unique. Let’s assume that you have an outstanding resume and that you...
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Seven Steps Toward Making a Good Impression

www.interviewcoach.com When you get off on the right foot the interview will flow easily. This is one impression you cannot...
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Missing Out on a Great Opportunity

Q. What parts of your body are not used effectively in the job interview? If you said, “Your ears,” you...
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After months of interviewing—-

I just wanted to give you an update on my current job status, as you have helped me get to...
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VOCABULARY LESSON 101

The words that you use to express yourself send a strong message about who you are and what you know....
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I recently went on an interview and was told I didn’t get the job because I didn’t sell myself enough and all I did was just answer the questions.

 This is a common problem – mainly because we have been taught not to “brag” about ourselves. Giving people information...
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Graduating From College Transition

Guest Post by Pat Morgan Communications Affordable Colleges Online Graduating from college is an exciting time, and most look forward...
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