Most people, when I ask, “What is your biggest asset?” typically answer that their home is their biggest asset.
In most cases, this answer is incorrect.
Another common answer is investments they hold.
Possibly… For some.
What is the right answer for most people?… Continue Reading…
With all the job search activities a job seeker has to do in this employment marketplace to conduct a successful job search, it can easily become overwhelming.
Submitting resumes to job postings, going to networking events, reaching out to your contacts and introducing yourself to new people at target companies—and we have not even included social media interactions, interview preparation and many other actions. It’s enough to make your head spin, if you let it.
Through my years of recruiting and job search consulting, I have boiled all of the activity down to one real job search activity metric that needs to be tracked. Tracking this metric each week provide a litmus test for you to determine if all of your social media interactions, in-person venues, online research time and phone activity is purposefully focused or just plain busy work. You ask, “What is this one metric, Lisa?”… Continue Reading…