Monthly archive March, 2012
How to Cope with Disappointment in Job Search

How to Cope with Disappointment in Job Search

Today a client heard that he was not selected for a position. The second rejection this week. It doesn’t feel good to be rejected. Ever. Since job search is full of “no” and rejection, how does one cope with it? First, be nice to yourself. You just experienced something painful. So understand that you did... ...Continue Reading
Be Like Successful Contestants on "The Voice": Show Your Passion!

Be Like Successful Contestants on “The Voice”: Show Your Passion!

I admit it: I watch The Voice on television. It’s great for this student of human nature, motivation and manifesting of intentions. This week, I was struck by how often the coaches urged contestants to channel their emotion, to convey the meaning and feeling of the words, to be fully present to the audience. One... ...Continue Reading
Why I'm Hosting the Send is Forever Webinar on 3/14/12

Why I’m Hosting the Send is Forever Webinar on 3/14/12

Do you get the results you want from e-mails you send? Is your first communication making a great impression? Do you know what happens to your email after you send it? Do you know who sees your Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter posts? Even if you think you’ve made it private? Do you wonder why you... ...Continue Reading
Job Seekers Beware! Employers Now Want Your Social Media Password

Job Seekers Beware! Employers Now Want Your Social Media Password

I read a shocking article today about some employers and colleges asking to see people’s Facebook pages, and insisting on being able to monitor their Facebook and social media accounts. It starts with this quote: If you think privacy settings on your Facebook and Twitter accounts guarantee future employers or schools can’t see your private... ...Continue Reading
My Top 5 Job Search Resources

My Top 5 Job Search Resources

Information gathering is probably the single most important strategy for a successful job search. To find the job that’s right for you – and LAND IT! – you need information about: Yourself – your skills, talents, abilities, expertise, preferences, work style, measurable results and impact, passions, what you love to do and do well Jobs... ...Continue Reading