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Interview from Afar

Be human. “People are in all sorts of states right now, physically and mentally. It’s helpful to recognize that and connect with candidates at the most human level. Roommates and relatives do come into video view sometimes, and this always … Continue reading

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Types of Networking

In your research, you’ve found different types of social networks. How do you determine what kind you have? “We know that most people’s networks are one of three types. The first is expansionists. These are people who have extraordinarily large … Continue reading

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Networking

We think of “networking” as a business term. Why is it so important to our personal lives? “As human beings, we’re built to be social creatures. No matter what you hope to achieve — emotional support, thriving in your relationships, doing … Continue reading

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Don’t Worry About college Until High School

Your child will probably get into college even if they haven’t become the best violin player in your time zone by second grade. Parents may try to convince you otherwise, but only because someone already convinced them. Childhood and adolescence are times … Continue reading

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One page at a time

“If I had to compare my career to something, it would be like three big books in one that are definitely not in order or planned out,” she says. “I’m taking it one page at a time. I might have … Continue reading

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