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Finding a Life Calling: Your Career Choice as a College Student

Finding Your Life Calling: Your Career Choice as a College Student

When you leave high school and move on to post-secondary, you are faced with a lot of difficult choices. It’s that time in your life where your teenager lifestyle comes to an end and your adulthood begins. When you think about future, your first thoughts usually are: What will I do? What type of career […]

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Why Break Your Unhealthy Addiction to Success?

Why Break Your Unhealthy Addiction to Success?

Success doesn’t guarantee fulfillment. What it does guarantee is a sweet dopamine rush. A temporary yet, very addictive feeling of blissful pleasure. This is what we can thank for the survival of our resilient species. It’s what kept us hunting when we were not hungry and walking uphill both ways for water. It is also […]

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5 Tips For Overcoming Even the Most Difficult Work Problems

5 Tips For Overcoming Even the Most Difficult Work Problems

In life, and work, we are presented with different problems that we need to solve. Some people seek out puzzle games to exercise this part of their brain. Other times, the puzzles and problems that we’re presented with are a little more difficult than doing a Sudoku. Here are five tips to help you think […]

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Get The Career of Your Dreams By Believing In It First

Get The Career of Your Dreams By Believing In It First

“Never stop dreaming” is a cliché that most of us are simply too tired of hearing to take seriously, but it’s also a principle that many successful people credit for their ability to develop the careers of their dreams. So what’s the secret behind the phrase? Is there some mystical code that only some people […]

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7 Ways to Get Noticed During the Busy Hiring Season

7 Ways to Get Noticed During the Busy Hiring Season

September marks the beginning of a new hiring season, as hiring managers return from summer vacations and everyone goes back into “work mode.” It’s no secret that the fall season is a great time to look for a new job, meaning there will likely be a ton of job seekers scouring the same job sites […]

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A College Student’s Guide to Balancing Work and School

A College Student’s Guide to Balancing Work and School

As tuition costs continue to increase, more and more college students are forced to take on part-time jobs to stay afloat financially. Add a social life and time for professional development into the mix and things can get pretty overwhelming. “Not only are students balancing studies with a part-time job, but they’re also balancing all […]

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8 Career Advancement Tips From 8 Wildly Successful People

8 Career Advancement Tips From 8 Wildly Successful People

Career advancement is a tricky subject, but something every career-driven professional will be focused on throughout their career. How do wildly successful people rise to fame and fortune in their respective industries? What qualities or habits do they possess that allowed them to accomplish such feats in a short period of time? This article will […]

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Creative Ways to Find a Job

Creative Ways to Find a Job

One of the most persistent myths of job searching is that you can get a job by simply applying online. The truth is that for a host of reasons you really can’t count on an online job search to deliver much, you have to do more to land an interview and get hired. So, what […]

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How to Perfect Your 30-Second Elevator Pitch

How to Perfect Your 30-Second Elevator Pitch

What’s your elevator pitch? I see the deer in the headlights look on your face and the “Huh?” coming out of your mouth. Let me explain what it is and why you need one. An elevator pitch is a short 30-second version of who you are and what you are all about. It’s called an […]

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Why Didn’t I Get The Job? 10 Reasons You May Have Been Overlooked

Why Didn’t I Get The Job? 10 Reasons You May Have Been Overlooked

We’ve all been there. Had a great interview, or maybe two, think we aced everything and then heard nothing. Upon following up we find out that they’ve hired someone else. After high school I remember my daughter Leah interviewing for her first real job. The decision-maker told Leah at the end of the interview that […]

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