Category Archives: Networking

The Talk

A great organization asked me to come and speak to a group of young women who looked like me. I sent them this post (I had the final say on revisions). I wanted these young girls to know I did … Continue reading

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Electronic vs. Handwritten: A Thank You Note

The question in this day and age is often not if you should you send a thank you note after your interview, but whether to do it electronically or through old fashion snail mail? I have read two articles lately … Continue reading

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Second Chance Opportunity :Pages of a Career Journal

Opening my career journal at random, I read the following page Employers Email :”I pulled your resume and contact information from _ . I know that you were a therapist on her project and when I spoke to her about … Continue reading

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Time off from work …

I would like to find another job, but my work schedule makes it difficult to arrange interviews. Using vacation time might seem like the logical solution, but that’s not possible here. Due to the nature of our business, management requires … Continue reading

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Starting a Conversation

Pretend you just won $5 million. What’s the first thing you would buy? What do you think is the hardest thing about being a parent? What are you most thankful for this year? If you could have named yourself, what … Continue reading

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