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Looking Like You Don’t Care Is Worse Than Not Caring

Frank and Lisa are busy people. With their travel schedules, they had to set this appointment over two months out. And when it was time to be at the restaurant, Lisa had arrived a few minutes early. Frank was no where to be seen.

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Wed, July 4 2018 » Ethics and Fraud, Personal Organization » No Comments

This Common Mistake Derails Countless Jobseekers

If you are looking for work in Indianapolis, you have probably figured out that not every job opportunity is listed on one nice, comprehensive website. Many—if not most of the positions out there—are not advertised. Which means you hear about them informally by being passed along. Which brings me to a huge mistake that I […]

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Wed, February 28 2018 » Personal Organization, Self Development » No Comments

How to Make an Introduction (Which Takes Six Steps)

We introduce people to one another all the time. It’s a common process in business and in life. And yet, most people seem to ignore five of the six steps in the process. In fact, I think they don’t even realize there are six steps in total!

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Wed, January 10 2018 » Career Planning and Goal Setting, Personal Organization » No Comments

21st Century Advice for Jobseekers

There’s tons of résumé advice on the Internet. It’s mostly “do this” and “don’t do that.” It’s lots of fighting about whether your résumé should be chronological or skill-based. It’s disagreements over whether you should open with an OBJECTIVE or a SUMMARY. This isn’t bad advice, but most of these suggestions would have been relevant […]

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Tue, August 8 2017 » Personal Organization, Self Development » No Comments

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

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.

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

Every Professional Needs a Non-Employer Professional Email Address

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 […]

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Tue, May 23 2017 » Personal Organization » No Comments