Tag Archive: job

How to Tell a Story that will Deeply Impact Your Career

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One of my earliest memories as a child was looking out through the window of my family’s second story apartment and watching birds take-off from the window ledge. I was fascinated by how… Continue reading

The Guide to Parenting Perfection

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  Having children is a wonderful, beautiful thing.  We are blessed with these interesting, complicated, loving little humans and are lucky enough to have been chosen to raise them.  Every day is an… Continue reading

The Best Advice for College Graduates Looking for a Job

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When you need advice on getting a job or taking your career to the next level, it’s tempting to look to the Steve Jobs’ and Sheryl Sandbergs of the world for nibbles of wisdom… Continue reading

How to Leverage Job Rejection in Your Favor

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There’s a well-known Japanese proverb that says,  Fall down seven times, stand up eight. Job rejection is tough and, in the midst of it all, staying positive can be hard. But, rejection happens.… Continue reading

How to Showcase Your Passions for a Culture Fit

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Our research shows that 92% of company executives believe that culture skills are as important or more important than technical know-how. These are the six characteristics that entrepreneurial leaders value most. Desire to learn Passion: for the… Continue reading

10 Networking Tips for Finding Your Way to a Job You Love

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Networking is a learned skill that requires know-how, practice, and dedication. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 70% of jobs are found through networking, and in the tight-knit tech community this number is likely… Continue reading

6 Fool-Proof Steps to Learning on the Job

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One day, I came into work and my boss asked me a question: can you be our content manager? Recognizing an opportunity for growth and advancement, I said yes. Unfortunately, I was also the project manager and… Continue reading

Preparing for an Interview? Let your Culture Skills Shine!

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There’s been a shift in the mindset of hiring managers and entrepreneurial leaders. Where once technical skills, educational background and work experience were considered the top priorities, now culture skills are considered a… Continue reading