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No, You’re Not Too Young or Too Poor to Serve on a Board


Robby

One of the most important parts of your career is what you’re doing outside your job. That could be networking, or professional development, or education.

And: there’s also volunteering. Everyone should be volunteering. And if you’re a professional, part of your volunteer work should be serving on a board. (Read the rest of this post…)

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Tue, June 27 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Personal Organization » No Comments

Dealing with Standard Interview Questions


Robby

Job interviews are a pretty dumb idea. Instead of asking you to do some work, employers ask you to talk about doing work. We shouldn’t call them “job interviews.” We should call them “self-promotion sessions.”

What’s worse is that these experiences are filled with a bunch of tired questions like “where do you see yourself in five years” and “what is your greatest weakness.” How should you answer questions you don’t want to answer during an interview you don’t want to have? (Read the rest of this post…)

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Tue, June 20 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture » No Comments

“Did The Corporate Thing” And Other Painful Clichés


Robby

Being a jobseeker is being in marketing, and the product is you. Being in product marketing in the Midwest means you can’t be pushy, because people don’t like that here. That’s why the clichés have to stop, right now. (Read the rest of this post…)

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Tue, June 13 2017 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Success Consciousness » No Comments

Tips for the Phone Interview


Robby

More and more firms are doing an phone interview (also called a “phone screen”). I have talked to several job seekers in Central Indiana lately who find these experiences make them nervous. How can be great over the phone and move to the next step? (Read the rest of this post…)

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Tue, June 6 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting » No Comments

The Embarrassing State of Technical and Industry Knowledge


Robby

I meet a lot of jobseekers in Central Indiana. And when I say a “lot”, I mean that most weeks I have coffee with one, and most months I give a speech to a group of jobseekers.

It’s hard to characterize people who are out of work. Some have been unemployed for a day, some for a year. Others are optimistic and entrepreneurial. But one common trend is that jobseekers seem to not actually know anything. (Read the rest of this post…)

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Tue, May 30 2017 » Career Planning and Goal Setting » No Comments

Every Professional Needs a Non-Employer Professional Email Address


Robby

You absolutely cannot survive in the modern professional world without an email address. Everybody knows that. You’ll get things emailed to you all the time, and people will ask you for it all the time.

If you’re a jobseeker, it’s even more essential. But most people don’t think about it all that much, and how it impacts them (Read the rest of this post…)

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Tue, May 23 2017 » Personal Organization » No Comments