Category Archive: New Year’s Resolutions

Wrapping Up Your Career Choices

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Many of us have begun to formulate goals for next year. Before we can officially ring in the ‘new’, we have to review what needs an overhaul from last year’s career moves.  Ask yourself these 5 questions to see what you could have done differently last year. How thankful were you? Too often job seekers …

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Holiday Blues? Do Something About It

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Between Hurricane Sandy and the recent shootings in Connecticut, there just seems to be a cloud hanging over the holidays this year. Its hard to get into the holiday spirit while thinking of all those families in turmoil.  Action is often what fuels hope and peace of mind. So here are 6 ideas guaranteed to …

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Give the Gift of your Blog: What’s the Story You Want to Share?


We all have a story of what brought us to our relationships, pastimes, and where we are in our career.  Our stories are part serendipity, a bit of providence, and a whole lot of positive/negative actions and reactions.  That’s what makes each blog unique, and the underlying theme is what connects the reader to the …

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10 Things To Do While In-Between Jobs: 1st Place in JobMob’s 2011 International Career Blogging Contest

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THIS BLOG WON 1ST PLACE IN THE JOBMOB 2011 INTERNATIONAL BLOGGING CONTEST Remember that the situation you are now in is not permanent.  You will not remain in the unemployment phase indefinitely.  You are simply in-between jobs and while waiting, there are 10 things you can do to stay positive and proactive while waiting to …

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for the Job Seeker


The December ‘buzzer’ has sounded, initiating the thought process for our 2012 resolutions. Charles Lamb said that “New Year’s Day is every man’s birthday.”  He was right!  2012 is a fresh start at life and your career.  We all make New Year’s resolutions in the hopes that the clean slate handed to us can meet …

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