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Holly Jolly Holiday Networking

 (This is a repost I freshen up like the chip bowl every year …. people seem to like it as much as the spiked punch, so here you go, a tad early for Christmas but in time for Thanksgiving weekend soirees ….) Happy holidays, one and all! ‘Tis the season of festiveness — for  twinkly […]

An Active, Effective Job Search Looks Different Than You Might Think

“Send out 14,562 resumes a week! Make a bazillion new LinkedIn contacts a day! Tweak EVERY cover letter and resume you send out to tailor it to EACH job!” WHEW!  Job searching is TOUGH, and there’s SO much to do! And there’s AMPLE pressure to DO it all, too, isn’t there? How DO you job […]

30 Second Commercials (aka “The Elevator Speech”)

How to answer the dreaded “So, what do you do?” question.

6 Ideas to Bring Fresh Energy to Your Job Search

  Finding a job can really weigh heavy on our minds, emotions and energy levels, especially if it’s been awhile and there haven’t been any good leads or bites. I get it! Try these ideas to put some fresh new energy into your job search! 1) Send a Networking Letter to friends & trusted colleagues.  They’re the […]

Real Client Stories: Networking Well

  Most people know that networking is THE best way to get considered for a job – an advertised one, or more importantly, the “hidden job market” – those job openings that aren’t posted anywhere.   There are many people, though, maybe even most (?), that are not sure HOW to reach out to their networks (personal […]