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Tackling The 500# Gorilla in Career Transition

Lack of knowledge regarding the process. If you don’t understand the interactive nature of networking, now’s the time to learn. To be an effective net-worker, you need to be willing to serve as a conduit, sharing information, building relationships based on

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Job Seeker’s Need a Pulse, Too…

A lot of individuals with a rebellious streak resist structure, snub the idea of a schedule, and then find that their lives and creative output aren’t nearly as harmonious as they hoped.  As job seekers,  some find it quite difficult to

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Telling “Your Story” in The OTHER Job Market

The problem with traditional job search tactics is that they take you directly into the teeth of the screening process, forcing you to be judged “yes-no-maybe” prematurely… worse still, this judgement is usually being made by a computer through a

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Are You PREPARED to Conduct an Efficient and Productive Job Search?

In my 12 Step approach to effective job search, the first EIGHT are meant to prepare you, and build your confidence, in conducting an efficient and productive job search.  Do not take these prepatory steps lightly as they will dramatically

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Achieving CareerFIT

Why CareerFIT? I just want another job… The old “round peg in a round role” theory of career planning is dysfunctional.  In the typical professional environment today, job descriptions are changing faster than ever before to keep up with the challenges

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Career Decision-Making: “The Basics”

You’re in a “dead-end” job or industry… or out of work and seeking a challenging change of direction to jump start your career. It will take a concerted career planning effort, a strong sense of purpose and self-discipline as you

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