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Long-Distance Career Coaching Having been a career coach for 20+ years, I have served thousands of clients throughout North America and Canada. By leveraging current technologies such as Skype, it is now easier than ever to build and sustain a highly-productive coaching engagement. Our successful executives are from all industries: pharmaceutical, education, real estate, technology, [...read more]
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Re-Discovering Your Career Passion Do you ever feel like you’ve lost touch with the enthusiasm and passion you once felt about your career? Have you been saying to yourself, “The thrill is gone?” Remember when you were just starting-out at your first job, or you were a recent graduate? You probably thought that ANY job [...read more]
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By Ford R. Myers President, Career Potential, LLC Even in a down market, job seekers and employees are not powerless or without recourse. In fact, you have more control over your career circumstances than you might think. I’ve developed 20 specific strategies and tactics that consistently generate powerful results for job seekers, even when it seems that “no [...read more]
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How to Stand-Out in a Very Competitive Job Market The subtle differences in every step of the job search process determine who ultimately lands the job and who does not. This is especially true in a bad economy, when unemployment is high and the job market is so competitive. Communication. Learn how to properly communicate [...read more]
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Cover letters are not so much a part of your “Job Seeker’s Tool Kit” as they are part of the implementation of your overall “self marketing” strategy. That’s right – a cover letter is a sales presentation in disguise! With cover letters, you’re reaching out for a very tangible goal – a job interview. Cover [...read more]
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Job Search Networking: How To Do It Right and Get Results We’ve all heard the story about how any actor could be connected to Kevin Bacon through “six degrees of separation.” This concept of connectedness was popularized in 1994. The same could be said for any of us – that the people we most want [...read more]
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Ready? As summer winds down, we want to give you all the tools to help you prepare for the fall busy employment activities. To provide an incentive for you to move forward with our Career Mentor or Career Partner programs, we are offering a 10% discount to new clients who get started any time [...read more]
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1. The most qualified candidate does not necessarily get the job offer Many times, candidates with lesser qualifications get job offers simply because they’ve prepared and presented themselves in a more compelling way. They “package” themselves better, with an outstanding portfolio of career documents and oral presentation skills. The winning candidate is the one who [...read more]
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Many people make significant job search mistakes and never even know about it. These blunders are easy to make, and they can cost you the job offer or lose you thousands of dollars. Below, I reveal 10 of the biggest mistakes, and explain how to avoid them. Mistake #1: Relying on Online Job PostingsIn [...read more]
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You’re invited to attend a special career seminar, titled: The Job Seeker’s Tool Kit Tools. A carpenter would never show-up at a construction site with only a hammer. A graphic artist would never interview for a design position without showing a complete portfolio. So why is it that most job seekers use only their resume as [...read more]
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