The Interview is In- House: Should I Wear a Suit?

Originally posted on Build Brand You:
Macy.com Absolutely!  Don’t assume because  the individuals with whom you have been working are familiar with your performance that you should treat the interview as anything but a formal meeting.  The goal of the interview is to position yourself in the best possible light and demonstrate to your colleagues that …

Handling difficult Interview Questions

Posted on July 1, 2014 by Heather R. Huhman When preparing for job interviews, many job seekers focus on crafting answers to hard questions. “What is your greatest weakness?” “If you were an emoji, which one would you be?” Although preparing for these tough questions is good practice, it can be easy to overlook some…

Social Media Vison Board

Have you ever thought about turning your Instagram account into a virtual vision board? If not, I strongly suggest you consider doing so. Your belief about what you think is possible for you stems from the information and experiences you’ve been exposed to, which is why it’s important to see what you want on a…

2-1-30

Job search is a skill. Be encouraged is a habit. 2-1-30= 2 new skills 1 new habit every 30 days  It’s easier to get a job when you already have one. Take that part time position, or the one that pays less then what you expected, consider a entry level position. Employers are more open…

The Value of “Thank You”

By: Trish Freshwater Saying “thank you” is something most of us do without even thinking: after a waitress serves a meal, a sales clerk helps you find a particular item, someone holds a door open, or after you sneeze and someone nearby says, “God bless you.” These pleasantries are part of our daily routines –…

The 10 Worst Traits of Even the Great Entrepreneurs

Does it really take a few flaws to make a great entrepreneur, or are the rest of us just confused about what a perfect business person is all about? In the past I’ve written about the positive attributes of great entrepreneurs, so this time I thought I would focus on the negatives that I see…

Supply and Demand

You earn money as a result of doing things for other people. The more you supply people with what they need and desire, the more income you will earn…….

5 Ways to Maximize the New LinkedIn Profile Layout

Originally posted on Brand You, Inc.:
If you haven’t heard, your LinkedIn profile is about to get a face-lift – if it hasn’t already. LinkedIn announced in mid-October that it would be rolling out a new look to profile pages aiming to make it easier to showcase your experience and connect with others. To see…

Some tips for attempting to land that new job

1. Be known by the right people According to some sources, over 80% of jobs are given to those with some kind of personal connection to the employer. That means those without connections already have the odds stacked against them 5 to 1. There’s no magic formulae that you will suddenly make you known by…

What “My Rich Dad Said”

The business lessons I’ve learned have come not only from my own businesses but from working with thousands of small businesses in cities around the world. Many business owners will have heard the terms: Vision Mission Business Plan But what do these words mean? Well, the definitions will mean different things to different people. My…

Quinton’s Job News

JOBS FOR THIS WEEK – IMPORTANT HEALTH MESSAGE FOR MEN –  http://youtu.be/S_MV9M1_QJY v  Volt – is seeking a Warehouse Person in Fontana, CA.  Must have strong knowledge using a hand held RF scanner.  Job #300189-6980-7-328822.  $10.27/hr.  http://www.careerbuilder.com v  UTI United States, Inc – is seeking a Warehouse/Distribution Center Supervisor in Fontana, CA.  Responsible for supervising…

5 STEPS TO PREPARE FOR A CRUCIAL CONVERSATION

by Delphine Allen Nobody really wants to have a crucial conversation that produces bad results.  Preparing for a crucial conversation is the best way to establish a foundation for a favorable outcome.  Not planning for these conversations can result in your losing your temper.  You cannot also end up saying the wrong things.  Sometimes we…