Toughen up. That’s the advice given in this week’s guest post by Deborah Brown-Volker. Everything is challenging at the beginning.
Think the title of “leader” is only earned through a person’s tenure? Think again. Forbes writer Erika Anderson explains how you can be seen as a leader at any point in your career. Click here to read the full article.
Last week, the world said farewell to legendary thought leader and motivational speaker, Zig Ziglar. Zig’s advice has guided me and millions of others to find their true happiness. One of my favorite quotes of his is “When you set goals, something inside of you says, ‘Let’s go, let’s go,’ and ceilings start to move up.” Check out Kevin Kruse’s post, Zig Ziglar: 10 Quotes That Can Change Your Life.
Polishing up your resume? Need a little help to make it unbeatable? Here are some great tips from a top recruiter. Your resume should be part of your interview toolkit. Find out what else should be included in your kit here.
You have your resume ready, the interview toolkit is complete. Now what? Glassdoor.com’s guest blogger, Heather Huhman has some great advice for you. Here are 6 Things Hiring Managers Don’t Want in a Candidate. Here’s another great article outlining what NOT to do: How to Scare Away the Interviewer.
Last, but not least, check out this great article from CareerBliss.com: Getting Defensive at Work is Holding You Back. Excellent tips for any point in your career!
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