Month: March 2018

  • What to Say When You Follow Up

    Analysis paralysis is a phenomenon that happens when you hesitate taking action until you have enough data, which is an enigma. It’s valuable to do research before reaching out to an employer. There are some things you should know: the leaders, the customers, the products and services, the current and short-term future initiatives, and the […]

  • Facing Age Discrimination? You Might Not Like This Advice

    If you’re finding it harder to land a job as you age, you may be wondering if age discrimination is rampant. You may worry about how are you ever going to compete with younger professionals. The usual advice is to try to disguise your age by cutting off previous experience past X years and omitting […]

  • The Low Down on Willpower: Why It’s Often Not Enough and How to Compensate

    Here’s what we know about it: It’s limited, but with the right motivation and the right conditions, it can be THE thing that helps you create the change you want in your life. But what if… you didn’t get enough sleep one day? What if something stressful happens in your life? (That’s inevitable.) What if […]

  • 10 Steps to Being the ONE Who Gets the Offer: Avoid “Bland Brand”

    Most people don’t get the job. Only one. How do you set yourself up to be that one from the get-go? It’s your brand. This isn’t just a buzzword, and it’s not something created out of thin air. In fact, you have one whether you are intentional about it or not. Only, if you haven’t […]