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When someone earnestly complements you, how does it make you feel?
In today's weak job market, it's more important than ever to make your resume stand out.
Which buzzword do you think leads the list of most overused words in PR put out by the folks at Francis Moran & Associates?
There are quite a number of motivational speakers and self-improvement books out there with a surprisingly simple message: believe that success will come easily to you and it will.
In the last couple of days I have received cryptic memos at work, undecipherable emails, incomplete invitations, and a handful of odd looks, expressions, and a bizarre, possibly obscene, gesture (from another motorist).
Like "jumbo shrimp" or "amicable divorce" the phrase "conflict resolution" is an oxymoron.
It's not all that difficult to completely blow a job interview.
While email saves a great deal of time as an alternative to phone calls or meetings, it can still take precious time out of your day.
One looks like a movie poster.
We live and work in an age when there is plenty to fret about for professionals in every field and at every level.
I've estimated that between career fairs and in-office interviews, I've interviewed over 150 people.
I’m a huge fan of anything that can make me more productive, so I’m always looking for ways to accomplish more while not killing myself doing it.
Earlier this [summer] PIMCO's Bill Gross said that college is a waste of time.
In both the business environment and in personal life it is essential to know how to get what you want — and get people to say yes to your requests.
Carmine Gallo, author of The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs, has this YouTube video titled "Present Like Steve Jobs.
Your next job application could require a social media background check.
"Someone from some place called.
You've spent hours crafting the perfect resume.
Fear is one of our most basic and essential survival mechanisms, but sometimes it can overwhelm us even when a real threat doesn't exist.
What do you do when you fall off the horse?
What should a young job applicant do when well meaning parents are giving advice that worked for them in their job searches?
I often extol the virtues of virtual work.