How the “Shultz Hour” Can Help You

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There’s nothing worse than having a lot on your to do list and working with endless distractions- your colleagues keep stopping by to chat, you’re getting pinged with nonstop notifications, and your friends need to finalize those weekend plans. So, how do you tune the distractions out? Take Some Time By using the “Shultz hour!”… Read more »

How NOT to Answer the Interview Question: “What is Your Biggest Weakness?”

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We’ve all been there before. Your job interview is going well and then you reach the dreaded question: “What is your biggest weakness?” There are many ways to answer this question, but we’re going to give some you advice regarding how you should NOT answer it. The weakness question is a tricky one. Should you… Read more »

How to Stay Happy at Your Job

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Starting a new job is an exciting adventure! Everything is new and seems too good to be true. Then, a few months pass and maybe everything really is that great! Or maybe it was too good to be true and you are struggling to remember a time when you were happy. Either way, the goal… Read more »

Why Your Resume Didn’t Get You an Interview

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You might think you have the perfect resume. It might have a great design and amazing content. But, you still didn’t hear back about scheduling an interview… why? Maybe you had one or more of these mistakes in your resume. It wasn’t ATS Friendly. Certain formats can lead to your resume being misread by Applicant… Read more »

How to Become More Confident

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People who are confident believe in themselves and trust their abilities. They know that no matter what obstacles are in their way, they can get through them. Many individuals feel a pull towards confident people, because their confidence makes others feel better about themselves as well. Real confidence takes work. New clothes or a new… Read more »

What to Leave Off Your Resume and LinkedIn Profile

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How you present yourself to the places you apply for a job is very important. You usually only get one chance at a first impression. At times, this first impression is not even in person, but through your resume and LinkedIn profile. What, then, are the things we should leave off our professional platforms to convey… Read more »

What Do Millennials Want at Work?

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Millennials, in particular those currently in the workforce, are on the minds of hiring managers and supervisors everywhere. This generation seems to confuse the ones that came before it, because these individuals have different values. Millennials are defined as anyone between the ages of 18-34 years old. They have been stereotyped as entitled, unmotivated, lazy,… Read more »

Behaviors That Will Make You Unstoppable

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An article was recently published on Thrive Global outlining 30 behaviors that will make you unstoppable. Individuals who possess these behaviors are in a league of their own: better than the best, greater than the greatest. They do not compete with others, they compete against themselves. Below is a small preview of a few of… Read more »

Surround Yourself with Smart People

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A large factor of success is the people you surround yourself with. When we first start networking, we surround ourselves with people from our social circles. As we progress, we mature, and our circle expands as our interests shift to include professional. We start to pursue people who can offer different perspectives. While networking with… Read more »