It is the offseason for the two most popular sports in America. The word offseason is a deceiving term because the top teams are doing anything but taking time off. They are scouting rookies and trying to work deals to land the top free agents in their game. They roll out the red carpet and
We have all been in a situation that does not turn out as we had hoped or expected, whether it’s a sales meeting that did not result in a closed deal, the fax machine that did not want to cooperate, or a date that quickly became awkward. Now, the positive energy you built...
Being in the "People Business" I felt this was a very relevant topic to touch on. Whether it's the first 30 seconds or first 30 minutes, you are being judged when you first meet someone. Whether for business or personal reasons, you have just a small window of opportunity to leave a positive impression...
As the Social Media Recruiter for Celebrity Staff, my role inherently comes with its fair share of demands on my creativity reserves. I also work in an industry that has constantly evolving problem-solving demands. Normally these demands are the types of challenges that keep me motivated and excited to come to work each day.
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.