Job Search, Interviewing and Career

Need to make a change, try this

Are you considering making a major career change? On a recent interview on the Sales for Nerds Podcast with Reuben Swartz, he asked me how I switched from being a

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How to ask for a raise

I will never forget how I felt when I found out I was making significantly less than my male counterpart. I had been in the role longer and my performance

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Guess what I did with Bryan Cranston!

The other day I got a request to connect on LinkedIn, and, as I always do, I sent a note back asking how they found me. Ankit replied “I’d undergone one

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Want to Propel Progress? 3 Things You Can Do Now

Everything feels a little harder these days. Whether it is the job search, networking, shifting minds, or for me – just getting some exercise – everything takes more planning and

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Is Now the Right Time?

We are all rethinking how we work, specifically remotely and safely. At the same time, we are thinking about how we can still make a difference, have an impact, and

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Need a Job? Three Things You Can Do Right Now!

They say that the unemployment rate could get as high as 30% by the end of this. Not to mention those like me who are “self-employed” or work as part of the

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How Do You Approach The Tough Times?

I know I promised you something about the job search this week and I am still writing it. Comprehensive ideas coming next week. Promise! This week is still related to

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New Year and Looking for a New Job – 3 Things to do NOW

A new year and a new you sometimes means a new job. That’s the case for my fantastic former marketing manager, who decided to go back to full-time work in

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Quick Guide to Connecting Tips

Quick Guide to Connecting Tips

We all reflect on the past and evaluate, judge, celebrate all the things we did and didn’t do. Reflecting and maybe even evaluating are great. Skip the judgment and go

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