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Have a Gap on Your Resume? Honesty is the Best Policy

| September 12, 2017 | 0 Comments
Have a Gap on Your Resume? Honesty is the Best Policy

Do you have a gap in your resume and afraid that employers will not hire you for it? Gaps in resumes tend to be a red flag for employers. Learn how to explain your career gaps in the resume

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Ladies, Get The Job You Want This Year

| February 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
Ladies, Get The Job You Want This Year

Here are a couple of things that will give you the steps you need to go after your new career and help make a dent in the gender gap.

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Back on the Career Track: Impact on Children

| December 11, 2013 | 0 Comments
Back on the Career Track: Impact on Children

Read Part 1 Back on the Career Track The Impact On Children For most women at home, it’s their children who are keeping them there. If you’ve been a hands-on parent, seeing your children off to school each morning and meeting them at the bus stop or welcoming them home each day, you may be […]

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Back on the Career Track

| December 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
Back on the Career Track

Returning to the workforce can be a daunting job for full-time moms. It requires reigniting old contacts (including co-workers who were once their junior), marketing themselves strategically, and battling the diminished self-image that plagues most women who have been off the career track—whether it’s been two, six, or 15 years. Carol Fishman Cohen and Vivian […]

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Susan Butler: The Shaping of a CEO

| March 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
Susan Butler: The Shaping of a CEO

The characteristics of being a CEO include the following: being a visionary, being future focused, change when change is necessary, having a board of directors, making things happen, taking responsibility and investing time – to name a few. Learn how Susan Butler became the CEO of You, Inc.

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Are You Really the CEO of You?

| March 30, 2011 | 1 Comment
Are You Really the CEO of You?

in order to accept the role of CEO of You, you must first accept the importance of taking responsibility for you and spending time on you. If not, you are “letting things happen instead of making things happen for you.”

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Steve Jobs: Career Advice for Tough Times

| November 10, 2010 | 2 Comments
Steve Jobs: Career Advice for Tough Times

The global recession has forced many people to reconsider their careers and life choices. In these turbulent times, where does one turn for career advice? As I was researching the material for my new book, The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs (McGraw Hill) I realized that many of the principles behind Jobs’ breakthrough success at Apple apply equally to the management of one’s career.

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Attitude Adjustment 101: Nine Ways to Transform Your Career

| September 28, 2010 | 2 Comments
Attitude Adjustment 101: Nine Ways to Transform Your Career

Much of your success is determined by your attitude. Education is worthwhile but a good attitude is priceless. If you search for a college that has a concentration of study entitled Attitude, you will come up empty handed. Yet, the world would be a better place if we could all major in Attitude.

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Over 40 and Laid Off? The 5 Most Important Steps You Must Take Now!

| September 18, 2010 | 2 Comments
Over 40 and Laid Off? The 5 Most Important Steps You Must Take Now!

Laid off recently? If you are over 40 and you have been let go from your job, here are five important steps that you can take now to take control of your life.

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10 Mistakes Job Seekers Make … and How to Avoid Them

| September 16, 2010 | 4 Comments
10 Mistakes Job Seekers Make … and How to Avoid Them

Many people make significant job search mistakes and never even know about it. These blunders are easy to make…and can end up costing you thousands of dollars. Here are top 10 mistakes in searching for jobs, and how to avoid them.

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