Posts Tagged:Career Advice

6 Fresh Ways to Find
Your Passion

It can be so frustrating when people advise you, “Just follow your passion!” Yeah, sure, you’d love to—if only you knew what your passion was. You’re probably the kind of person who works hard, with commitment and persistence. When you know what you’re doing, nothing will stop you. But before you can become unstoppable, you…

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There’s One Question That Will Help
You Figure Out Your Career Path

  Stop (really stop) and consider this question: Why do you go to work every day? Maybe it’s because you enjoy your coworkers, feel a pleasant challenge in the work you perform, or that you believe in your company’s mission. Or is it simply to bring home a paycheck? Are you happy with your answer?…

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How do I integrate myself into a
new team?

After you’ve survived day one in a new job, you’re next task is to make sure you become a valuable member of the team. Get off on the right foot and it’s going to be peaches and cream – foul it up and you could find yourself back on the job market sooner than you…

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Ways You’re Holding Yourself Back
From Becoming a Huge Success

It’s easy to identify all the external factors responsible for keeping you from achieving your goals. Maybe you chose a degree in an industry that has seen a recent decline. Maybe your boss doesn’t appreciate your work. Maybe your business idea was leveraged by another entrepreneur before you had a chance to patent it. Most…

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3 Ways to shine when asked
“Tell me about yourself”

The hour of your big interview has arrived, and you know you’re going to nail it. You’ve done your research and memorized your talking points. At this point, you could talk about the company in your sleep—right down to where the interviewer attended undergrad and the exact number of Wall Street Journal mentions the company…

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