The time has come where many people my age are graduating from college and starting their job search and their first post-college position. They’re about to be catapulted into the working world and I wanted to shed some newly gained knowledge on the subject.
If you've followed my blog posts you'll notice my blog material often comes from something that has recently popped into my head. This is due to the fact that I'm a) habitually guilty of being a procrastinator as most sales people are and b) I work my best under tight deadlines.
You only have one chance to make a first impression. This is important to remember when it comes to your job search. Most people think that when they interview for a position, it starts as soon as you sit down across from the interviewer. Well, most people are wrong!
This blog will be dedicated to talking about something that’s approaching very quickly for myself and many other seniors. Yes, I’m talking about graduation. Excitement, anxiety, happiness, sadness, and relief are just a few of the emotions that might be associated with graduating.
The forecast is showing day after day of rain and all I can think is it's time for spring cleaning! Now I'm not here to give you tips on how to clean your garage or closet, I'm talking more along the lines of your interview process and assessment tools.
Back in August I wrote a blog about wanting to love my job. I gave a few tips and tricks on how to kick start the process. Here we are a little over six months later and you still aren’t happy with your current position/company.
Saint Patrick's Day is right around the corner and shamrocks are popping up everywhere along with hopes of luck that the four leaf kind brings. I like the color green and enjoy the holiday festivities, but I don't much believe in luck.
How often do you plan your day and it turns out nothing like you expected? I can honestly say this happens to me every single day. Some days are a speed bump and others, like today, are major detours. As a manager in any industry you have to be flexible to respond to unexpected challenges.
People often ask me what it’s like working in a small office and I always share with them the benefits and possibilities it has created for me. Often times when I am interviewing candidates or speaking with potential candidates their response when I ask...
I love to be prepared. I am the person who has Band-Aids, a multi-tool screwdriver, and a flashlight in my bag just in case I need to MacGyver my way out of a locked building. It is no secret to anyone who knows me that I always need to anticipate the outcome...