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Work Life Integration: The New Norm

Gone are the days when you could come home from the office and unplug. We are now living in a 24/7, seven day a week, always connected business environment. Your company doesn’t stop running when you leave the office or when you go on vacation. For the past few decades, journalists, authors, speakers and executives […]

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Common Sense Keys For Creating Your Career Success Story

The story of our careers, work and jobs continues to be written and told by all of us living it. 2008-2010 were tumultuous, paradigm shift years that most of us had never known, seen or experienced in our lifetime. We were all forced to deal with change on just about every level of our personal and professional lives. […]

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Be Accountable For and Take Charge of Your Career

Be Accountable For and Take Charge of Your Career

Reprinted with permission from Dan Schawbel. My main message in everything that I’ve ever done is to be accountable for your career and take charge of your own life. On the cover of my upcoming book, Promote Yourself, it says “Your career is in your hands” and it’s such a powerful phrase because there’s so much uncertainly […]

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The Process Is as Important As The Results It Produces

With the pace of change accelerated, the importance of following a process becomes an important, critical and essential tool to deal with it. How does anyone navigate change, be it business or personal? Changing jobs, lifestyle, health, where you live, the unexpected are all a part of our lives today in a more relentless way […]

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relevance

Relevance: A Branding Essential for Career Advancement

Getting and staying relevant has played into my own career change but even more importantly relevance is an essential key to navigate the very different career and job world today. Without being relevant to this current landscape and process you will not progress or succeed. Relevance is about being applicable, ready, prepared. I ask you: […]

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Dan Schawbel: 10 Best Pieces of Career Advice for College Graduates

Reprinted with permission from Dan Schawbel. Giving advice to college graduates is extremely important to me because I was one of them and even though the economy was better back in 2006, it took me eight months to find a marketing job. I succeeded because I started six months before graduation, collected eight internships, seven […]

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