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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Thanks, I Know You’re Really Busy!

Here’s something people say to me all the time. “I know you’re a really busy person.” Then they go on to ask me for a favor, or a meeting, or to give them some advice. Well, I want people to stop that. Not asking for the favor, the meeting, or the advice. I want them […]

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Tue, February 25 2014 » Leadership, Self Development, Success Consciousness » 2 Comments

External vs Internal Candidates

If you are thinking of making a job change, you’ve probably thought about the difference between internal and external candidates. People who are already inside the company where you want to work have some advantages and disadvantages over people outside the company. What is it best to be, and why?

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Tue, February 18 2014 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Corporate Culture » No Comments

Work for the “man” vs. Work for yourself

We all have been there. The work pressures get to us. Some days the work gets so overwhelming we want to blow a gasket and do something different. Some people retire early, change jobs, start their own business, or get a corporate job. Today’s focus will be on the last two I stated. Starting a […]

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Wed, February 12 2014 » Self Development » No Comments

Do You Invite and Accept Everyone on LinkedIn? Stop That.

LinkedIn has been around for more than a decade now. Since the beginning, there have been plenty of users who try to connect with just about everybody. This is a terrible idea for a bunch of reasons. Please stop trying to link up with everyone on LinkedIn.

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Wed, February 5 2014 » Uncategorized » No Comments