First Impressions: 4 Different Types and How to Make the Best of Them!
5 Professional Development Books to Help You Level Up Your Careeer
Whether you are applying for a job or meeting a new friend at a concert, you have the ability to make great first impressions. Think about it, you meet someone new and have a first encounter in person. Then, you connect on social media and in an instant; you have made another first impression. How you appear in person and online matters.
Here’s how you can make the most of your first impressions when applying for jobs and advancing your career.
Getting Hired in 2019
One of the best ways to grow in your career is to take time to work on your own personal and professional development. This list includes 5 great books that will help you navigate negotiations, live a purpose lead life, be a stronger leader and more. I’m a big believer that there is no growth in comfort, so if you’re feeling stagnant, picking up one of these books is a great way to help you grow.
I Got Fired. Now What?
Getting hired isn’t always easy especially if you belong to the millennial generation. Being a fresher with no prior work experience or someone wanting an entire career change. So here are some things you can do to prepare yourself to stand out before and during the interview to help you stand out and get hired.
7 Real Reasons Why People Leave Their Jobs (and How to Fix Them)
Getting fired is tough, here is how you climb your way out of the depression, strategically job hunt and tell an interviewer why you left your last position.
A Talk With my Dad on Fatherhood, Networking and Racism on an Interview
It blows my mind how often employers are shocked that their employees are leaving. They take it personally, but they don’t ask themselves why it happened. In most cases, a person does not leave a good job because they only get 12 vacation days; they leave because of one of the following:
Personality Questions to Ask in an Interview
An interview with my father on championing women in STEM, networking, interviewing and racism
Five Questions to Nail on Your Interview
As you’re looking through resumes, you’ll probably find that there are at least ten applicants who have very similar backgrounds. So, how do you pick the best candidate for you and your company?
Letting Go of Mom Guilt
Even though they may try to change up some of the verbiage, hiring managers tend to ask the same standard questions on an interview to try and know you better. Here are some tips on 5 questions that tend to come up on every interview. Do you have an interview question that you struggle with? Feel free to comment or direct message me to tackle in a future blog post or video. We are here to serve you!
What 100 days of Meditation can do for your career
I was imagining my 3 year old sitting alone on the playground, craning his neck to see if my car was coming down the road. He would ask the daycare owner “where is my mommy? Is she coming?”
3 Reasons Why Companies Are Getting Bad Applicants
but more than anything I looked incredibly unhappy. And I am always happy (like own a bright yellow car and have the nickname “sunshine”, kind of always happy). Once I recognized this unhappy stranger was me, I decided it was time to do something about it.
When it's Time for You and Your Job to Break Up
After spending some time speaking with clients, colleagues and thinking of my own experience with job hunting, I wanted to share the top 3 complaints I received about job ads and applying for positions.
My Interview Buddy Gives Back
If I had gotten more severely ill, would I have felt like I had a life well led? A life complaining about a "good enough" job, a life spent wondering if there was something more out there and if I even deserved something better.
Philanthropy has been a large part of my life since my brain surgery 6 years ago, and I knew that I would want any company that I owned to have services that served the underserved for free. I decided that for MIB, for every 10 customers we get, we will do one free service for a woman in need.