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Do You Have A Promotion Proposal Ready To Roll?

So your boss called you into her office for your annual review. You talked a little about performance improvement, poked around your strengths a bit and got the well-deserved accolades that you needed to get you back on to doing what you do best. What just happened? You forgot to discuss your promotion proposal and […]


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Check Your Outlook

Many successful people have changed their life for the better by changing their outlook. They’ve learned to avoid or remove beliefs that could hold them back. Beliefs Such As: I can’t get ahead because of (work climate, the economy, my supervisor, downsizing, too much competition, etc.); Things keep happening to me and I am powerless; […]


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Be A Team Player and Collaborate In a Virtual World

You can’t call yourself a ‘team player’ if you’re working remotely. Or can you? Yes you can if you take the right proactive steps to demonstrate your ability to stay in communication with team members, participate in meetings and be actively present even though you may be working remotely. Here are a few ways to […]


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Hone the Three Characteristics of a High Potential

Whether your board of directors has picked you for the C-Suite or your team of colleagues for a promotion, you need to prove to them that you truly have high potential. Hey, I know what you’re thinking—I’m already at the top. But I have news for you friend, we all have work to do. So […]


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Avoid Costly Cover Letter Mistakes

You know the drill—strive to avoid spelling and grammar errors, skip the “To Whom This May Concern” and by all means close your cover letter with impact and expectations for next steps. Then why are so many cover letters still riddled with mistakes? Probably because the applicant often gets caught up in telling stories and […]


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Are You Prepping For Your Encore Career?

For many of you, a second act in your professional life may be far off in the distant future. For others, retirement is looming and you may not be quite ready to let go of gainful employment. Enter the encore career—or rather any professional endeavor(s) that you engage in after you’ve exited your main career. […]


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