Building relationships and establishing trust are key elements to success in any organization, especially for recent grads. One of the most important relationships to build is the one with your manager.Continue Reading →
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I notice a trend with clients and maybe you wrestle with it too. The struggle with “how to get everything done.”
The problem is that one word that’s in there: EVERYTHING.
You see, your job isn’t to get EVERYTHING done.
Your job is to get the Most Important Work done. And – you’ve probably heard me say this […]
I once scheduled a coffee meeting that I needed to cancel because a new client opportunity opportunity came up.
That was great news for me.
The gal I was meeting, however, didn’t quite see it that way.
She sent me a long winded note whining about how I was one of numerous people to cancel a meeting and […]
Cover letters give you a chance to show your quality to a prospective employer, so make sure you’re not writing ones that won’t get read. Check out these 5 ways to make your cover letter better.Continue Reading →
In my work I’ve found that nearly all work related issues have to do with one main issue: other people. Mostly the ones you don’t get along with, don’t like, or have nothing in common with.
If you think about it, an entire industry has been built solely on helping different generations get along in the […]
Do you ever think about changing jobs, or careers, but the whole idea seems overwhelming?
The distance between “here” and “there” seems untenable. I meet a lot of people who want to change. But they lack the commitment to the change when they feel that sense of overwhelm.
In this The Muse post I look at 6 proven […]