Three Ways To Eliminate The Core Reasons of Stress During Job Search
by Shweta Khare - Apr, 2010
Identifying the core reasons for stress during job search is the first step towards eliminating them. Can you answer this question honestly? What are you worried about the most and how can you eliminate the core reasons for your stress? The three core stressors during a long-term job search are: • Financial pressure • The fear of social gatherings • Self pity and self loathing Take Care of your Financial Health...
Quack Like a Duck and Other Secrets of Successful Career Change
by Louise Fletcher - Apr, 2010
Nicholas Lore, founder of the Rockport Institute, is a career development pioneer. He single-handedly transformed the career coaching field, he’s been commended for excellence by 2 US Presidents, and his book "The Pathfinder" is one of the best selling career books in US history. Over the last 29 years he’s helped over 14,000 people to make a change. I was fortunate to spend an hour on the phone with Nick recently, and I...
Besieged by Problems? Out of Ideas? Circle Your Masterminds.
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2010
In the dumps? Disgusted? Feel like no one’s struggling with career frustrations and business uncertainties the way you are? Makes you ask yourself, “What’s my problem?” Well, that’s how I felt. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an employee, a business owner, a budding entrepreneur, college student, or unemployed. We just don’t have all the answers. Finding answers is about accumulating knowledge. And it isn’t just abou...
Day In The Life - How To Manage Four Jobs
by Alexandra Levit - Apr, 2010
You may have heard the phrase, “if you want to get something done, ask a busy person.” In my experience, this is true. For instance, try eating at two restaurants – one crowded and one empty – and notice the speed of the service at each one. I guarantee that the crowded restaurant will be faster every time. The busier you are, the more quickly you learn how to work efficiently, and you can get more tasks done in less time...
Make Nurturing Your Network a Daily Habit
by Andy Robinson - Apr, 2010
All too often I find that my coaching clients, faced with an impending job change -- voluntary or involuntary -- realize very quickly that their contact network is "stale" and rather shallow. It is MUCH easier to maintain and nourish your network on an ongoing basis rather than play "catch-up" when you find yourself in need of help from others. Your network of business, professional and personal contacts is the most valuabl...
Two Ways to Pick Your Career
by Thomas J. Denham - Apr, 2010
My clients sometimes say, “I just don’t know what I want.” Most of them are just confused. They actually do know what they want; they are just having a crisis of choice given all the many options available today. There are 2 ways to pick your career. The first way is Inductive Career Decision-Making where you start with a list of specific jobs and then look for the patterns that emerge into a general field you are consid...
You Can Do This. Tell Your Story.
by Suzanne Bates - Apr, 2010
Suddenly it’s become this thing. I didn’t used to hear it that often but lately everybody’s talking about how their leaders need to tell stories. The reason most people can’t find their leadership stories is because when asked, they can only remember the stories they’ve been telling at neighborhood cocktail parties or around the family dinner table on Thanksgiving. You know - the one everybody likes about how in third gra...
How to Target Hiring Managers and Crack the Hidden Job Market
by Kevin Donlin - Apr, 2010
Fact: The advertised job market is literally the tip of the iceberg. Fully 70-80% of jobs go unadvertised by employers, who fear being deluged by hundreds of resumes from applicants, most of whom won’t be qualified. With that in mind, it makes sense to spend about 80% of your time cracking this “hidden” market of unadvertised jobs. And a good way to do it is to contact hiring managers at companies you want to work for....
Ten Ways To Ask For The Job at The Interview
by Karen Burns - Apr, 2010
A lot of job hunting advice tells you to always end the interview by asking for the job. Which leads many job hunters to ask, "How exactly do you ask for a job?" Great question. You'll find 10 sample approaches below. But first, here are two major points to keep in mind: 1. When you’re job hunting, you’re not begging for a handout. You are legitimately offering your skills, experience, time, and energy in exchange for...
Rusty Interview Help
by Judi Perkins - Apr, 2010
If you haven’t looked for a job in a while, skydiving might be preferable to interviewing. But there are a few simple steps that will remove the fear and give you the confidence you’d otherwise wish you had. Common sense says you need to research the company via their website, brochures or the library, although you’d be surprised at how many skip the obvious. Basics also include bringing a few extra copies of your resume...
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