Evaluating yourself

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Wow. 2017 has already come and gone. Time sure flies when you’re having fun. Now that 2017 is coming to an end, I’ve found myself taking the time to evaluate my life and my goals. It’s been a rocky year for me, but everything is slowly coming to a perfect end with a pretty, little […]

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Your job title affects how people treat you.

This has been happening for decades now. If you work in corporate and you don’t have the word “manager” or “director” in your title, then you may not be receiving the same level of treatment from all your colleagues. It’s something that I’m just now starting to accept. Some people just don’t show the same […]

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5 ways to show your colleagues you appreciate them

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With Thanksgiving tomorrow, I thought I’d share a few quick ways you could let your team know that you appreciate all the work they do. Since Thanksgiving is tomorrow, I’ll keep this post short so you can get home and get prepared for your feast! A simple conversation will do. When in doubt, simply telling […]

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How to get your life organized

A couple months ago, I made a video discussing how to get your life organized. I still struggle with getting my life together, but when I notice myself veering off, I always revert back to these tips. Which tip is your favorite? If you haven’t already, don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more […]

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Dealing with executives when you don’t have a manager title

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Dealing with C-Level professionals and other executives can be difficult for several reasons. Sometimes, it’s hard to connect with them because executives are built to see the bigger picture while mid-level and entry-level employees like us are paid to focus on the details. Other times, it’s hard to even get on an executive’s radar, considering […]

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Workin’ Wednesday (Part 3): How can you look for jobs offline?

(To see Part 2, click here.) Continuing along in this series — in Part 2, we discussed where to begin your job search and how to use online job banks to your advantage. We also discussed how you can leverage LinkedIn to create the perfect job list for you. Now that we’ve spent the bulk […]

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