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Posts filed under: Job Seeker

I often have people on a job search lament the holidays because they believe that companies are not going to move forward on anything until after the first of the year. Then they decide to put their job search in...
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The holidays can be filled with chaos in many ways. Projects wrapping up at work. Plans for projects kicking off in 2020 have begun. Open positions still needing to be filled which means your team’s time is stretched thin…fingers crossed...
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This month my book club is reading Born A Crime by Trevor Noah. A must-read (or even better get the audio and listen to him read his book)! On the surface, you would never think that Trevor and I were alike....
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My husband has no interest in playing Cribbage with me. (I know right?). I have no interest in going to the latest Muse concert with him (even if it is in a cemetery). Thank goodness we are both passionate about...
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As we get ready to launch Take Charge, our digital job search readiness program, I realized that one of the things that we do in the program that I believe is unique and magical is that we teach you that the best...
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It just came out of my mouth. I did not consider what I was saying. I was the final decision maker and so pushing back on a decision was not out of line. Still, I felt horrible. It was not...
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I probably could write a month of blogs from all I learn at the InspiHER Tech Meetups. This Meetup was no different.   When one woman, we will call her Anne, told a story of why she didn’t get a job...
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I’ve always had a weird resistance come up when someone says, “Mistakes are good. You can learn from them”. Not that I do not embrace learning. I am an avid reader and Googler. I have a strong curiosity and desire...
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Have you ever wondered if perhaps you made a BIG career mistake that there is no coming back from? You wonder what might be different if you had finished your degree. Did you stop too soon in your negotiating and...
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Last week I wrote about the Super Soul Sunday episode with Dr. Edith Eva Eger, a 90-year-old holocaust survivor, and her idea that responding in situations is far more powerful than reacting. In that same conversation with Oprah, they discussed the meaning behind...
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