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Free Agency and Job Security

Teaching a class designed to help improve job acquisition and retention during a major recession has taught me an apparent oxymoron. Job security results from adopting a free agency state of mind (apologies to Billy Joel:). Continue reading

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While everyone tells me this is my “gift”, connecting is too important to be left to the gifted. Connection is the currency of success for the 21st century.
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Passion Never Sleeps

I left energized and knowing what that voice reflected. Like rust, passion never sleeps. Hey Hey My My Ready to Work will never die.
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The Gift of Networking

What is the most valuable gift a job seeker can give someone? One that will last a lifetime, bring a smile to the receiver, and even score points at St. Peter’s gate. It costs little and grows in value over … Continue reading

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