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    5 Things To Know Before Going Into A Job Interview


    You walk into the interview room and you are ready. You’re looking good, feeling confident, and ready to show off your skills. But then things start to go south. The interviewer isn’t smiling, he doesn’t seem that interested in what you have to say, and wait‑‑did he just yawn?

    Even if you give stellar responses …

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    5 Smartt Tips for College Students



    Getting the right job when you’re done with college starts during college. You’re competing against your college grads for those jobs!  How do you secure the job you want and beat the competition?  Here are my top 5 recommendations to get that job offer.  SMARTT TIPS!

    During college, work!…
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    13 Phrases to Impress Your Interviewer


    The overwhelming majority of interviewees who fail to impress a hiring manager do so because they are unable to incorporate dynamic and thoughtful phrases within their interview answers.

    You can have the most impressive theories on business, the most intriguing insight on success, and the most pertinent information to deliver, but if you don’t learn …

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    4 Key Principles to Hiring The Right Candidate


    Hiring the wrong candidate gets costly. From costs incurred by drops in productivity, to reputation costs, hiring the wrong candidates can set your business back in deep and lasting ways.

    Being in the staffing industry for 13 years now in the high volume clerical and light industrial sectors, I’ve seen my fair share of right …

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    Selling Yourself in an Interview Without “Selling” at All


    For any company that has a winning attitude, nothing matters more than getting the right people in the right positions.  Therefore, as a job applicant, during the interview process you must make a compelling case that you are intelligent, competent, autonomous and knowledgeable in the desired areas.

    However, it’s a catch-22.  If you come across …

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    Personal Brand Super Geeked Up


    Jeff Burns is a man that seemingly arose out of nowhere. Look around anywhere on the internet, and you’ll be met with his most popular works, Super Knocked Up and Super Geeked Up. Try to go any further back, and you’re met with relative silence. However, fame doesn’t come cheap. While it might be great …

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    The Language of Persuasive Interviewers


    It is common knowledge that you make your first impression prior to saying your first word. Regardless, sooner or later, you are going to have to open your mouth.

    When you do, it’s imperative to show empathy, speak from the heart, maintain composure and come across as confident, yet not arrogant.

    This is all part …

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    Make Meetings Matter: An Interview with Paul Axtell

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    What is the most dreaded part of your work day? For many, it’s the seemingly endless stream of meetings to talk about other meetings that we have to set up. In the workplace, often times nothing gets done as a result of this bottleneck, which can stall progress for an organization and a career. Fortunately, …

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    How Two NYC Performers are making a Career Out of Musical Improv


    I recently had the pleasure to sit down with Evan Kaufman and Rebecca Vigil whose popular musical improv show “Your Love, Our Musical” has received wide success throughout New York City, including a write-up in the New York Times. Their show starts off with both Kaufman and Vigil interviewing a random couple from the audience …

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    Complex Interviewing Strategies for All Levels


    If you’re going to go for a job, you might as well take the time to focus, properly prepare and get the position. Naturally, this entails integrating complex business ideas so you appear competent, intelligent and knowledgeable to the interviewing party.

    Below, we will show you how to integrate some complex business theories into your …

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