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Video: Communicating Better in Business

As the late Stephen Covey said in his famous (and fabulous) book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, “Seek first to understand, and then to be understood.” Taking 1 minute and 34 seconds to get some ideas about how to communicate better at work could save you hours of time trying to get on the same page as a co-worker, or clearing up a miscommunication with a customer…let alone making sure you can clarify exactly what the boss expects of you! Check it out:    





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Video: How to Make a Good Impression at a Job Interview

Say you’ve just (finally!) gotten that call from the employer/job you are super excited about….what can you do to make your best impression in the interview? Simple, small tips (like eye contact, arriving early, but not tooo early and more) can make a big (positive) difference!  Take a minute (1:14 to be exact)… you may learn the one new idea that makes that difference!   The best tip is this:  practice!  My clients tell me that practice and feedback make SUCH a difference in their confidence (higher), and anxiety (much lower) levels. Check out the Job Search Journey Services page for Read More





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VIDEO: How to Follow Up After a Job Interview

  So you’re sitting at home after what you THINK  (and hope!) was a good job interview — WHEW!   What now?  Here’s a few easy and effective ideas about how to follow up after an interview:       Come join the Resume Confidence PRIVATE (aka Secret) Facebook Group – Job Search Support for Success – contact me here for all the (simple & easy!) details to join! We talk about this sort of thing, and tons of other related stuff all the time – and it’s a “secret” group, meaning NO ONE outside the group can see your Read More





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VIDEO: What Should I Put On My Resume?

  Some things are pretty obvious, I KNOW you know you need your contact info and work history, for example. But what about things like these: How much of my education should I list? Do I need an Objective? Should I include volunteer/unpaid work? What about my references? Is it okay to include graphs & graphics on a resume? Have a quick minute? (literally, the video is one minute long!  So of course you do!) Have a look see & listen to what I recommend you Always, Sometimes, and Never include on a resume:     (Spoiler alert!!!.. about graphics …since this Read More





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Top 10 Tips for Interviewing-Video

Maybe it’s because of  David Letterman, but people seem to love Top 10 Lists. Here are MY top 10 tips for interviewing:     Wanna follow that #1 Tip? (of course you do!  🙂 )  Our friends & family mean well, but it can actually be more awkward to practice with someone you know really well. A neutral, objective, professional and experienced 3rd party (say, how about me?) can offer unbiased, multi-faceted input. Check out the “Work with Me, Here” page for more information on how we can work through some example questions together. My clients tell me that practice and Read More