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Experience

Should I apply for a job even if I don’t have the requisite years of experience? Reading this, I think of something I have written in my career journal “Look pass the job title, and at the duties.” It pays … Continue reading

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Confidence

“I wasn’t focused on getting the role. I was focused on booking the room,” she says I knew that if this role is not meant for me, all of these creatives are going to be making something else. As long … Continue reading

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Career Mistakes that New College Grads Should Avoid

The journey to the top can prove more challenging than expected, especially when a graduate makes some common career-path mistakes. Rediscovering this article, 8 big career mistakes that new college grads should avoid I thought it best to share with … Continue reading

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Too Good to Promote

I recently asked my boss about possibly moving to a different position. I was stunned when he replied, “That’s not likely to happen because you’re just too good at your job.” After working here for 16 years, I found his … Continue reading

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Invest in your network…

Aim to send one email or social message every working day to someone on the edge of your network, meaning a former colleague or a friend of a friend. You’ll kick off conversations with people who may eventually lead you … Continue reading

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