Out of work? Feeling like things are impossible? You can set yourself apart from the pack by following a few easy steps. Think 48 seconds. Years of experience have proven to me that on average the decision to grant an interview comes in the first 48 seconds after a hiring manager reviews an application. 48 seconds! Your application had better be so good that it grabs an interviewers attention. It’s easier than you think.
Online applications are the norm now. They take less…Continue
Added by Mike Purchis on July 7, 2011 at 7:27pm — No Comments
How many blog sites can one person have?
It seems like a "personal" site can be updated whenever, but that a real purposeful site should have blog posts at a minimum monthly, and preferably weekly or more frequent. I guess it depends on the type of blog and audience?
For interviews / video podcasts, more than once a month could be rather aggressive for starting out...
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Challenge for today:
Think of a time where you had to start over. Craft…Continue
Added by Jay Veal on July 7, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments
I ask lots of questions.
Questions are a good thing. You learn. You get more information so that you can move forward.
You might ask lots of questions too.
But…why do you?
Is it to learn, then move forward? Or…is it to just pile up information….then do…
Added by Brent Green on July 7, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
Shhhhhh! Come closer, yeah you. Come here. I want to tell you a secret, but there is one condition, you have to tell EVERYONE! What if I could give you give you # steps to take that would alter your professional life forever, would you take it? The choice is your's because I have listed five steps you can take today to boost your personal demand and your income.
Added by Mike Purchis on July 7, 2011 at 7:24am — No Comments
She was always in there; we just needed to find her so that she could find freedom.
Freedom from false expectations, freedom from self-limiting beliefs, and most importantly, the freedom to be the mother, wife, entrepreneur, and lady, that had, up until recently, not been fully visible.
Added by Joel Boggess on July 7, 2011 at 6:00am — No Comments
I had a thought about work you love.
What if the work you love is not what other folks would consider "easy"? Would that stop you from pursing what God has put in your heart to do?
Here are a few questions. Put on your thinking…Continue
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I am leading a 48 Days Workshop with my wife Ashley and we are in week 10, the dreaded/exciting (depends on your personality I guess) chapter in the workshop on Salary Negotiation. I have experience on both sides of the fence. After Ashley and I were married I found myself as a new college graduate and newlywed, in a new town and on the hunt for employment. As I began my job search, I knew exactly how much money I needed to survive and guess what, the first job I was offered paid just…Continue
Added by Darren Rayborn on July 6, 2011 at 8:07pm — No Comments
The nation celebrated its Independence yesterday, and all weekend. We recorded a show off the History channel called the Revolution. It told a lot of the history that was documented about our founders and what they done to make this nation. One feeling I could not shake was how the narrator kept saying the spirit was freedom and it was spreading throughout the colonies. I bet the atmosphere was was infectious and there was a…Continue
It’s an easy way of thinking to fall into: “If only I had the perfect job, then I would begin to take better care of myself and work on the other areas of my life”
Some examples are: get involved in an exercise program; go to church; read a book; study a new subject; attend a workshop; meditate; get together with old friends; meet new friends; the list could go on for a long…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on July 6, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments
When it comes to buying your energy supply, it’s really easy to find ways to save energy and, in turn, use proven strategies to save money if you’re just a little bit shrewd. As the cost of living in the US rises every day, it’s more and more important that we’re vigilant about the cost of even the little things – and even if manage to make a saving of just $20 or $30 per year on your…Continue
Added by David Kimball on July 6, 2011 at 12:15pm — No Comments
There is a medical term, panacea, which means “cure all.” There is a panacea in mlm. Personal sponsorship will cure any problem in your multi-level marketing business. Our teams activity level and actions mirror those of the leader. Therefore, personal sponsorship is “the main thing” in network marketing.
Challenge for today:
Prepare a written monthly personal sponsorship goal. Establish the activity that will…Continue
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I am so guilty of expecting things to be my way, I can work at a job that I have no experience in and I will find a way to feel under paid. I expect top be paid to dollar for everything I do, I will find myself so miserable at a job and looking for a new one because I feel under valued. Why the heck is this? Why can't I be grateful and content with what I do have? If I begin to actually…Continue
Added by Mike Purchis on July 6, 2011 at 8:06am — No Comments
I recently talked to my brother who is two years younger than I am. He's working on some things now to go back to school to get a nursing degree. He's told me before he wished he had done this years ago. I remember our family sending him several states away to go to school to become a veterinarian. That didn't last long and before you know it he was back home. He joined the Army, got married, and two babies came…Continue