Be Mindful How You Treat People…

Perception can become your reality…but if you’re not careful..you can lose valuable opportunities in the process. In this video, the importance of taking people at face value and treating people with the utmost respect is key.

Resources discussed were the interview prep audio tutorial found here.

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Communicate Your Value in the Marketplace

Understanding how to handle yourself when interacting with business owners & #hr during the #jobinterview process is very important. Your level of #professionalism and asking the right questions can determine how lucrative the #jobopportunity can truly be.

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Not Every Career Opportunity is For You

When seeking the right career opportunities, keep in mind that you are #interviewing the company just as much as they are interviewing you. To make you have the right tools to shift out your next fitting #career opportunity, check out my resource here.

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Social Media can Make or Break Your Career Opportunities…Be Vigilant!

When it come to #socialmedia…. you’ve got to be careful what type of information you place on your profiles.

Take at look at all of your social media profiles right now and answer these questions:
1. Does your profile represent you positively or negatively?

2. What are you communicating about yourself in those profiles?

3. Will the info on your profile help or hurt your chances of landing the #careeropportunity of your choice?

How you answer those questions will determine how much adjustments is needed on your #socialmediaprofiles.

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Salary Negotiations is a Viable Skill when looking for a job

You will need to learn the importance of attaining negotiation skills in your career and in your overall economic life. Using negotiation skills can make the difference with you giving yourself a raise or loose money with your new salary. To learn how to use #salarynegotiation skills and strategies, let’s work one-on-one by going here.

I want to make sure you have all the tools and strategies in your career track to truly win the marketplace with your current and developing skills, qualifications and knowledge.

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How Does Selling Affect your Career?

We’re all familiar with the image of the “pushy” salesperson peddling their products & services trying to force it down people’s throats…although they’ve been told “NO”…I’m not interested.

This image has damaged the true value of the art of selling. Let’s face it, we have to sell…in an #interview for your #career opportunity, in #sales presentation for a business, in showcasing #consultingservices or whatever #business transaction takes place.

Learnining how to communicate your value is extremely important and it’s no different in the #job market.

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Two Interview mistakes to AVOID…if you want the job

Whether you are just starting out in your career or a seasoned professional, mistakes are bound to happen. You do your best in every professional interaction, but we are all human at the end of the day. There are some mistake that you should do your best to avoid, especially when it comes to job interviews. It can truly be a nerve wrenching experience…but it helps to be truly be prepared. If you struggle with job interviews and want to get the tools to handle yourself like a boss? Check out my self-directed resource here.

If you don’t take the time to prepare for your next job interview, you can make these critical mistakes I talk about in the video. So let’s address the mistakes to AVOID:

Mistake #1: Not knowing anything about the company you are #interviewing for.
In the wonderful era of technology, there’s no excuse for this mistake, unless you did not even try to prepare for this interview.

Mistake #2: Having your mobile phone powered on with the ringer turned on. Your mobile phone is a distraction. Leave it in the car!

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Just graduated? Two ways to you can win in your career

1. You should have a complete professional portfolio to house all of your career tools, such as your resumes, cover letters, letters of recommendation, award certificates and other pertinent documentation. If you do not have a professional portfolio, check out these two options below:

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Please look into obtaining one of these portfolio, so you can stand out from the rest of the job candidates more professional, instead of showing up to an job interview with a manila folder.

2. Make sure you have all of the essential career tools completed and updated. If your career tools like your resumes, cover letters and/or letters of recommendations could use a well-needed make over, check out my career tools review service, which you can find here.

If you don’t have any of your career tools prepared? I will work with you directly to get the process started by you going here.

3.. Cultivate and Maintain Productive & Professional Relationships. Having key relationship can truly help you garner career opportunities normally not released to the public. It is important stay connected to your professional network through phone calls, social media and simple emails. Technology has made it much easier for you to stay connected, so there’s not excuse.

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