7 Tips to Help College Seniors Prepare for the Real World

Though it may seem far off for college seniors, life in the real world is coming at you fast. Sure, you may be thinking about your next steps to become gainfully employed, but are you really taking action to prepare yourself? Right now is the best time to put the effort into doing everything you … Continue reading 7 Tips to Help College Seniors Prepare for the Real World

How Some of the Worst Jobs Have Made My Career Better

For anyone who has worked summer jobs, internships, entry level jobs and hey, even high-profile, but highly demanding roles within a business, you know this to be true. There are drawbacks to every job you’ve ever worked. The hope for a happy career is to ultimately find a job where the positives outweigh the negatives … Continue reading How Some of the Worst Jobs Have Made My Career Better

How to Job Hunt While Working Your Current Job

Just because you’re currently employed doesn’t mean you’re done looking for your next opportunity or career move. In fact, it’s smart to begin planning your next steps before you quit your current job to avoid a lapse in pay or a gap in your resume. The downside is it can be challenging to find enough … Continue reading How to Job Hunt While Working Your Current Job

4 Reasons to Keep an Updated Resume – Even When You’re Not Looking for a Job

If you’ve been settled into your current job, even for just a year, it may be time to revisit and update your resume. You might be thinking “Why would I spend my time on that? I enjoy my job and have no plans to leave anytime soon.” Unfortunately, our economy and personal situations are equally … Continue reading 4 Reasons to Keep an Updated Resume – Even When You’re Not Looking for a Job

Every Day Is An Interview

For most people, a job interview is something you have to do only periodically throughout your career. It’s that nerve wracking moment where you’re sized up, asked ambiguous questions about your teamwork and professional skills and then ultimately judged as to whether what you’re offering is worth hiring. Even if you’re fortunate enough to snag … Continue reading Every Day Is An Interview

Taking Control of First Impressions (Guest Blog by Britany Wallace)

The following blog post is part of the Bennis Blogger Battle. Support Britany by "Liking" this post, leaving a comment and sharing it on your social media! The blog with the most hits, wins. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ First impressions are important, but another person’s view of us is ‘outside our control’. So what can we control? The … Continue reading Taking Control of First Impressions (Guest Blog by Britany Wallace)

Success Versus the Work-Life Balance (Guest Blog by Sam Bessant)

The following blog post is part of the Bennis Blogger Battle. Support Sam by "Liking" this post, leaving a comment and sharing it on your social media! The blog with the most hits, wins. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ In this day and age it is often assumed that one cannot be truly successful at work whilst also being … Continue reading Success Versus the Work-Life Balance (Guest Blog by Sam Bessant)