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    Quick Hits in Developing The New Crop of Grads

    With a new wave of college graduates entering the workforce over the next few weeks, employers should revisit their systems and procedures to create the most productive environments for their newest assets.  Below are a few tips on how to engage and start growing your future from the first month of their career.

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    Under-Thinking the Pre-Game Plan

    How many times have you told somebody, or have been told, to stop “over-thinking” the idea, task or decision at hand? Over-thinking can lead to procrastination, confusion and the dangerous gray area of indecision. I am guilty of it, frequently.  But a term we don’t hear nearly as often is “under-thinking.” Has anyone ever told …

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    Rookie Dining Mistakes for the New Professional in Business

    The past few weeks I have geared my articles towards helping the new professional acclimate from the campus to the business world. It’s amazing how a $200,000 education often neglects the business basics that really make a difference. Unless you have your GPA tattooed on your forehead and a t-shirt with all your knowledge,  your …

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    Rookie Fashion Mistakes for New Professionals in Business

    The past few weeks I have been writing for the young professional or soon to graduate college seniors audience. Today’s topic is one I find very under-rated and not much guidance given once a new professional enters a company. Also, many companies aren’t as formal with business attire as 15 years ago. Regardless, how you …

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    7 Lunches College Seniors Should Be Booking!

    As college seniors count down the days of their traditional educational career, they should be counting how many influential lunches they have on the books. As the class of 2014 preps by accepting job offers and getting sized for their cap and gown, they should be willing to make a small investment in time and …

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    Help Employers Understand How To Max You Out!

    College seniors should be on full blast with job interviews as graduation day approaches. There has been countless articles and posts about how to master an interview and what your resume should look like. All good stuff to know but much of which is cliché and stuff your college counselor probably has been prepping you …

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    Offer Your New Hires Some PDA

    Graduation season is upon us. As the interviewing season is in full swing, small business employers are looking to attract some bright future stars while they compete with larger companies. A good way to see if the young talent is a good fit is to offer them some PDA, and see what they do. Nope, …

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    Why People Don’t Buy: No Need

    If you have been around the sales and business owner block for a while, you understand the mental strength necessary to cope with rejection. Sometimes becoming numb to the rejection can be both a blessing and a curse. How many times have you submitted a proposal, giving free consults and went through presentations where the …

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