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Why do interviewers want to know your history?

A reader on Google+ asked me a question about why interviewers seem to focus on specific questions. She had lived in a foreign country and found that everyone seemed focused on that part of her history. What you should know about interviewers and interviews Although there are some highly trained interviewers out there who haveContinue Reading

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Why career management means YOU need to act in your best interest

Career management is starting to become a more popular term. It was largely unknown prior to this current recession until career speakers like Jason Alba started talking about it. Wikipedia defines career management as: Career Management is the combination of structured planning and the active management choice of one’s own professional career. The outcome ofContinue Reading

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How does your LIVE writing process work?

When you work with me for your career marketing needs, the process is different from working with many of my colleagues. I was explaining to a client in Texas the other day how my husband has teased me the last few years because I was adamant at one time that I would never grow aContinue Reading

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What font should I use for my resume?

Tempting as it is to go wild and crazy to get attention, it is usually not the best idea. Your font in your resume – the traditional presentation version that you will use to email to your network, contact your references, and send by email to hiring managers should be easily read. Which fonts areContinue Reading

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Why you should vote today in the United States

This is your day to vote if you live in the United States. Pastor Tim shared on Sunday how the international students who are living in Wausau while they go to school in International Business Management are amazed at the lack of bloodshed during our elections. Doesn’t that give you pause to think? We areContinue Reading

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The grass is only greener where you water it

A client shared this statement that one of her college students put on the whiteboard recently: The grass is only greener where you water it. I found it to be very profound. We had been talking about the fact that the grass is not always greener when you change major things in your life, whetherContinue Reading

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