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10 Tips For Writing the Perfect Cover Letter

10 Tips to Writing the Perfect Resume

With the growing popularity of professional online profiles like LinkedIn paired with the minimal time recruiters spend looking at documents, there has been debate as to whether cover letters are still necessary. While there are arguments that the uptrend of applicant tracking systems (ATS) means cover letters are no longer read, many employers request them […]

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Why It’s Never Too Late To Go Back To School

Why It's Never Too Late to go Back to School

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” but let me tell you, not having the capacity to learn “new tricks” isn’t the issue. It’s more about having the desire. The truth of the matter is, they actually learn something every day. So do you! Think for a moment […]

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8 Ways to Control or Overcome Job Stress and Burnout

8 Ways to Control or Overcome Job Stress or Burnout

There are a number of reasons why you might be feeling stressed or burnt out when you’re at work or even after your work day is done. Coach Marla Williams helps identify what is causing the work stress and offers eight ways to control or overcome it.

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…Then I’ll Be Happy

...Then I'll Be Happy

If you are a fairly driven professional (and you probably are if you are on this site), you have likely caught yourself playing a game that I like to call, “…Then I’ll be happy.” Here’s how it goes: You are working hard in your career, overcoming obstacles, but you are more than a bit frustrated […]

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7 Steps to Job Searching at 50

7 Steps to Job Searching in Your 50s

Many folks in their 50s may be struggling to reenter the workforce or are feeling stuck in a job that they hate. Does that sound like you? If so, here are seven steps that may open up opportunities to a new career. First impressions It is said that you never have a second chance to […]

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5 Tips for the Job-Hunting College Graduate

5 Tips for the Job-Hunting College Graduate

It’s that time of year when of you college graduates start job hunting, hopeful that your grades will allow you to get the job of your dreams. It can be really tough and you may worry about your lack of work experience in your new field. However, you do have a lot going for you! You are well-educated, enthusiastic and you have demonstrated your ability to learn by successfully graduating college. Now what? How do you get that job? Here coach Kathleen Murray offers up her 5 tips for job hunting after you graduate from college.

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What To Do If You Hate Your Job

What To Do If You Hate Your Job

If you hate your job and are not sure what to do next then this blog post will give you a wealth of information in making the right decision! Coach Charlie Baxter offers some insight into how to move out of a job you hate and into a career you love.

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6 Easy Steps for Making a Smooth Transition into Entrepreneurship

6 Easy Steps for Making a Smooth Transition into Entrepreneurship

Deciding to become an entrepreneur is a big decision. You may be a stay-at-home parent ready to re-enter the work world as an entrepreneur to maintain flexibility in your life or you may be in the corporate world and always dreaming of what you would rather be doing with your life. Whatever the reason, there […]

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How Coaching Saved Super Bowl Champ Amani Toomer’s NFL Career

How Coaching Saved Super Bowl Champ Amani Toomer's Career

Being drafted into the National Football League is like a dream come true for any college football player, but it also means a lot of pressure—especially at the ripe young age of 21. After playing college football at the University of Michigan from 1992 to 1995, Amani Toomer was selected to play for the New […]

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10 Tricks to Get Your Resume Noticed

10 Tricks to Get Your Resume Noticed

There is a ton of competition in today’s shrinking job market, meaning it is more important than ever to stand out among the masses—starting with your resume. We aren’t talking about going out and buying bright flashy paper to print your resume on—it’s about sharpening the content and making your skills and qualifications really stand […]

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