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"In my line of work — first as a correspondent and host with top television networks and today as a professional speaker — it's critical to be able to connect with anyone and everyone," says Antonio Neves (photo, left) in an article at Inc.
"In this post, I’d love to share 20 actionable ways to use social media for storytelling," writes Alfred Lua (photo, left).
"If you're a recent grad or a college senior, you may have been told to focus your job search.
"The only reason we treat job-seekers less carefully than we treat customers and prospective customers is that many employers still cling to the outdated notion that job applicants are a dime a dozen, and somehow less than human.
"These days, mornings can be the noisiest time of day: if not literally, then at least figuratively.
"When it comes to reaching your goals, do your mental patterns help you or hurt you?
"When PR is done well, it can be brilliant in its ability to promote your brand.
"If you want others to believe in you, you must believe in your own value and act in a way that conveys confidence.
According to Kyle Lee, "This question’s been haunting job seekers since the dawn of interviewing.
"A good writer produces not just words, but meaning.
"Here are 7 valuable tips you should consider when applying for a job within your company: .
"We know—writing and editing the perfect resume is enough of a challenge.
"You’ve decided to look for a new job and want to make updating your social profiles part of your strategy.
"No matter how sophisticated your strategies to rid yourself of bad habits and create good ones, you’re less likely to succeed if you don’t track and review your progress frequently.
"Compared to our pre-digital forebears, we’re expected to produce torrents of writing: emails, text messages, blog posts, social media, presentations," writes Spencer Critchly (photo, left).
"Want to be more productive?
Jacs Henderson presents an infographic of eight social media mistakes.
"To highlight some of the most overused buzzwords, we created this visual with 25 of the most overused buzzwords and how much their use has increased in print over the past 30 years.
"Searching for a new job is a tedious process.
Nina Semczuk (photo, left) reports.
"If you want to snag a job or an internship at a top company, you'd better have a stellar résumé," writes Áine Cain (photo, left).
"We’ve all been there: It’s the end of the interview, and after nearly an hour of pouring your heart (and work experience) out to a potential employer, the hiring manager asks if you have any last questions before wrapping up.
Richard Moy (photo, left) handles the topic as both a job seeker and recruiter in his article at The Daily Muse.
"Our unconscious behaviors have a language of their own, and their words aren't always kind.