Celebrating Over 25 Years in Business

How to Stick to Your New Year’s Career Resolutions

The best part of the New Year? We all get a chance to have a do-over. Whatever goals and dreams you have been thinking about over the past year, now’s your chance to make those achievements possible over the next twelve months. Looking for a new job? Working toward a promotion? Planning to ask for a raise?… Read More »

8 Ideas to Celebrate the Holidays at Work!

The holidays have a way of filling the air with warmth and cheer—and the anticipation of spending time with friends and family. ‘Tis also the season to organize holiday events for your employees at work. This year, brighten your employees’ spirits by organizing a fun (and/or fulfilling) holiday office activity, such as an office party,… Read More »

5 Things To Be Thankful For At Work!

Five Things to be Thankful for at Work The problems that create your job. The only reason a job—any job—exists is to solve a set of problems. No problems, no job. The problem of getting information to your friends and relatives around the world goes away when you have Facebook, email, and Skype—and so go… Read More »

How do you prepare for a job interview? Part 2

How do you prepare for a job interview? Part 2 Interview Questions That You Will Be Asked During your job interview, it’s guaranteed that you’re going to be asked many interview questions that will directly influence whether you get the job or not. Answering interview questions is not rocket science, but it’s important to remember… Read More »

How do you prepare for a job interview? Part 1

How do you prepare for a job interview? Part 1 Job Interview Preparation is the one area where candidates spend the least amount of time. Candidates will often spend days or weeks contacting their referrals, using their network, however, when the job interview comes around, spend less than a few minutes preparing for it. Candidates… Read More »

Why is it so hard to find a job?

The average person changes jobs 10-15 times during his or her career. According to time.com the average job search is 43 days. Job searching is not what it used to be. Job searching hasn’t always been like it is today. It used to be simple! You used to write a resume, print it out, check… Read More »

Yes! The Holiday Season is a great time to job search!

Are you about to start a job search or are you in the midst of looking for a new job? If you are considering waiting to start your job or putting it on hold because of the holidays, think again. Contrary to popular opinion, holidays are a good time of year to find a job.… Read More »

The 7-Step Formula for Goal Setting

Goal orientation is a way of thinking practiced by optimists and all successful people. To think future you first develop a clear, ideal picture of what you want to accomplish. With goals, you crystallize that image into specific, measurable, detailed goals and objectives you’ll need to accomplish to achieve that future vision or goal. Successful… Read More »

Goal-Setting Tips for Creating Your Extraordinary Life

Goal setting is an absolute must for people who want to succeed, find their true purpose, and create joy in their lives. Without clear goals, you will not have a clear direction on where you’re heading in your life. When you know your life purpose, determine your vision, convert your desires into achievable goals and… Read More »

Are you ghosting your recruiter? Stop. It.

What is really going on? When most of us hear the term “ghosted,” images of failed relationships from the online dating world come to mind—but ghosting has crept into the workplace. Professional ghosting is when a business contact suddenly becomes unresponsive to all forms of communication, without explanation. And similarly to ghosting in the dating… Read More »