Sick of Interview Insanity

Interview Insanity? How to Regain Your Self-Confidence When Advancing Your Career

Okay everyone, say it with me…the definition of insanity is…”doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results”. We all know this to be true but somehow it’s hard to break out of the insanity when you’re looking for a job. r

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5 Reasons Why Babies Would Make Successful Bloggers

At the same time, I realized that babies would make perfect bloggers, since they own certain characteristics that every successful blogger has. r

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Tips On Setting Realistic Goals That Will Ensure Success

When affecting change in our lives we are often stymied by our own human nature to get things done and get them done now. Setting good attainable goals with realistic action steps are key to not only implementing change but also to help curb the desire to quit when our patience runs thin. r

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Rejection – What It Means and How You Can Handle It

On the surface I was the perfect candidate. I had mugged up the answers to every possible question they could ask, but somehow they managed to see my under-confidence through my well-rehearsed answers (unfair I know).

The result was – yes, you’ve guessed it right – a well-earned rejection. r

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How to Clear Up Your Life: Is Less the New More?

Through the years, I’ve learned much about myself by journaling. There’s something about writing down our thoughts that helps make sense of the jumble of our minds. I recently wrote about how to keep learning in order to conquer fear, but I think there’s another angle to the story that I’d like to explore. What if, instead of constantly pushing to keep up-to-date with everything, we focused on doing less and less? r

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Multitasking: Is It Advisable?

The “40-hour week” has been getting longer for years. The average American works 47.5 hours per week – and that’s not even counting another 4.5 hours they spend catching up on extra work at home. These numbers are according to a study done by the National Sleep Foundation. No wonder, then, that we turn to things like multitasking in order to cheat the amount of time we have to spend at the office (or home office). r