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The surefire way to drive traffic to your website is to publish highly shareable and engaging content. Not only does this help enhance your SEO rankings, but also the higher social curation — provided it’s being shared — means that more people will see it. In turn, this will naturally increase your traffic, leads and … Read the Rest →
Often times in a meeting with a prospective client or employer, you want to tell a success story. You want to speak about something that you have accomplished. You want to have it directly connect to their issues, products, services, or something they can relate to.
What if you don’t have anything?
What if you … Read the Rest →
Some employers think that if their employees become friends at work, their productivity will decrease and they will work less. Actually, it is the opposite. Having friends at work is beneficial both for the employer and you, the employee. Many of you work at least 8 hours a day and see the same people every … Read the Rest →
It’s not Brian Williams Fault!
The situation NBC News finds itself in with the Brian Williams’ truth stretching scandal isn’t the anchorman’s fault.
It really isn’t.
I’m not saying that Williams is not responsible for his behavior and shouldn’t take responsibility for his actions.
I’m not saying he turn into the 70s comedian Flip Wilson … Read the Rest →
Try not to become a person of success, but rather try to become a person of value. ~Albert Einstein
The process of writing your own letter of recommendation could actually help you gain clarity on your strengths and how they apply to your perspective new employer. A great letter of recommendation showcases a clear story … Read the Rest →
Aristotle is quoted as saying, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” But those habits can work in reverse, in which they work against excellence instead of for it. In essence, where you are in your life is the result of what you do or don’t do … Read the Rest →