New Interview Question: Your 20-Year Old Dumb Decision?

  Imagine being asked on an interview, “Tell me about a stupid decision you made 20 years ago and how it is impacting you today?” Well, if your coffee didn’t wake you up this morning, I’ll bet you reading this question just made your eyes open a bit wider. This is an actual question companies […]

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6 Types of Stories to Tell During Your Next Interview

  There are six types of stories you should have on hand for your next interview: When you solved a problem. When you overcame a challenge. When you made a mistake. When you worked as a leader. When you worked with a team. When you did something interesting. Chances are, these are nothing new to […]

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Warning: Be Careful of Trading Passion for Glory

  Have you watched any of the Rocky movies? You know that feeling when the song “Eye of the Tiger” comes on and you feel like you can conquer the world? Well, “Eye of the Tiger” came on when I was at the gym last week, and this line jumped out at me: “So many […]

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LinkedIn Profile Rules to Land 6-Figure Jobs

  It’s frustrating when you have worked hard and succeeded your entire career, only to actively look for a job for the first time in a while, and no one responds. No one replies back to your submitted application. No interview calls from your inquiry. What the heck? (Well, I know you are using stronger […]

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#1 Most Effective Job Search Activity You Are Probably Not Tracking

  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 […]

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What Do Job-Searching HR Pros Have in Common with People Getting Haircuts?

  Ever hear of HR Pros and recruiters struggling to find a job? In the online groups I moderate, job seekers often comment with, “I’m trying hard not to dwell on the irony here, but I hear of HR people needing advice to get through a process run by other HR people. Does anyone else […]

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