Tag Archives: personality

Education vs. Skills

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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What Is Your Greatest Weakness?

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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To Tell or Not to Tell: Your Company May Be Failing

Q: If you know things are going badly at your company, should you warn your staff?  How? -Anonymous  This question made me smile. It is always nice to have a manager who cares. I agree with Bucky, for one to … Continue reading

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How to Move Past An On-The-Job Mistake.

Q: I made a mistake at work that cost my company some money and embarrassed some executives. Yet everyone seems to be moving on but me; I can’t seem to let go and no longer trust my own judgment. What … Continue reading

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Makeover : Furniture Edition

Instead  opting  for matching set of dining chairs add personality by varying the seats around the table  

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