Who are you “age mentors”? Who path to maturity has inspired you? Who has served as a warning? Next to each name, write down what that person’s life has taught you about aging?
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People automatically assume that in order to change jobs or careers they need additional education. That is not always the case…. Many of us have skills and experiences that are applicable to a myriad of opportunities successfully master an interview, … Continue reading
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Tagged advice, careers, employment, experience, human development, inspirations, interview, interviewer, job description, marketability, opportunities, personality, problem solving, skill set, strength, weaknesses
What are your weaknesses? This question is fraught with opportunities to sink an interview. You should never answer the question with your weaknesses that are consistent with the key to success factors of the job that you are trying to … Continue reading
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Tagged business, employment, experience, hiring manager, interview, interview questions, Intuition, job description, opportunities, personality, problem solving, rejection, resume, strength, success, weakness, What would you do ?
Someone I’d like to meet is…anyone old and wise. I like finding out how things used to from people who experienced them. -Sunny Sea Gold Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real … Continue reading