Category Archives: networking
Are You Free To Move Your Career Forward?
Tomorrow the United States will celebrate its independence from being ruled by another country. Before the U.S. could move forward with directing its own success, it had to separate from the negative energy that was holding it back. Are you able to celebrate the freedom from all the negativity caused by the involuntary separation […]
3 Ways Job Search Networking Support Group Can Make You Invincible
June 04, 2013 If you are over 45+, you know the importance of seeking help when you need it. If you are 45+ and looking for a job, a job search networking support group provides you with the information you need to be successful in today’s youth oriented job market. It is said that over […]
One Really Good Tip to End Your Job Search: Have a Plan and Work Your Plan
Today is Monday, the start of a new week. Do you have your job search goals clearly defined? If not, now would be a perfect time to set your goals for the week. Many job searchers go about their job search in a take it as it comes. They spend hours on the job board […]
One Really Good Tip to End Your Job Search Now: Be a giver
A couple of days ago, I read an article written by Jeff Haden that first appeared on LinkedIn. It was titled: Why Everyone Should Do A Little Work For Free. Jeff Haden was clearly referring to employed people. But his idea also applies to job searchers. Here is my take on how job searchers can […]
Are you using the latest job search strategy?
Do you remember what job searching was like a while ago? Create on resume and have several copies made. Then you would read the help wanted ads in the newspaper; circle the ones that interested you, and sent one of your resumes to the company with a cover letter. Today’s job search is different. Instead […]