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Monthly Archives: March 2014


March 2014

How I Overcame My Unemployment Rut

By | March 26th, 2014|Career Advice|

It’s happened to everybody at some point. You either just graduated or were laid off. You’ve been living at home for months now without a job no matter how hard you try. It’s getting to the point where you’ve named your groove in the couch and count the days by the number of empty ramen bags on your desk. I’ve been there too, it sucks, but there’s a way out… […]

How To Kill In An Interview And Life

By | March 19th, 2014|Career Advice, Interviews|

I previously talked about how to not be a jerk during an interview. Now, for the flip side, what’s the secret to killing an interview. I’ll give you a hint, it’s one word and it can make you more successful in just about every aspect of your life. That word is… […]

How to Not Be a Dick During an Interview

By | March 17th, 2014|Interviews|

After having talked to my recruiting and hiring friends there appears to be an epidemic going around, especially in the tech industry… Many candidates act like jerks. You might even be acting like a complete jerk  without knowing it! Some social etiquette is so subtle you might miss it. Read on to discover if you, in fact, have acted like a jerk, and what you can do to win people over and get hired… […]

Elements of an amazing LinkedIn Profile – PART II

By | March 13th, 2014|LinkedIn|

After you get across your professional aspirations and created a hook for yourself, you need to focus on drawing people in with your personality. Then, once you’ve drawn those people in, you need a way to filter all of your responses so you can only focus on the people that will truly benefit you. I’ll show you how to do both of these things so you can successfully use your LinkedIn profile as a vehicle for job discovery and career advancement… […]

Elements of an amazing LinkedIn Profile – PART I

By | March 11th, 2014|LinkedIn|

Many people are confused about LinkedIn just as they are about resumes. In fact, most people approach their LinkedIn profile in the exact same way as their resume. This is wrong. LinkedIn and your resume serve very different, albeit similar, purposes. My LinkedIn profile brings in scores of viewers every single day and is tailored specifically for my career purposes. I’ll share my secrets below so you can start getting job interviews out of your LinkedIn profile… […]

Interviews – When to say “I don’t know”

By | March 11th, 2014|Interviews|

I recently read an article on proper interviewing etiquette that didn’t sit right with me. The issue at hand was things never to say during a job interview, and one of the big ones mentioned was “I don’t know”. To me, this is terrible advice. Saying “I don’t know” isn’t a bad thing, on the contrary, using this phrase strategically can make you rise to the top of the ranks during an interview… […]

Motivation – My TWO Secrets to Getting Stuff Done

By | March 5th, 2014|Career Advice|

How do I get so much stuff done? I’ve been asked this a lot lately. Right now I’m currently working on three different web contracts, starting my own business, dealing with multiple court issues, maintaining an active fitness lifestyle, and building my relationship with my girlfriend. Yet, among this sea of commitments I am excelling and achieving great things while letting nothing fall behind. How do I do it all? There are two secrets that actually work for me, and they seem to be working for my friends and colleagues as well, and now I’m going to share them with you… […]

Job Hopping: The Interview Question

By | March 4th, 2014|Interviews|

You have a spotty resume, too many jobs in too little time. You’re interviewing for an amazing new job; it is inevitably going to come up, the interviewer (or panel if you’re unlucky) is going to ask you, “Why have you jumped around so much?” How do you handle such a career faux pas? I’ll give you a hint, your mother was mostly right… […]

When to Jump Ship – Should I Quit?

By | March 3rd, 2014|Career Advice|

This is a question I’ve had to ask myself on numerous occasions. It’s also one of the most pressing matters on most people’s minds whenever they hit a bump in their career. Should I leave this job? I will lay bare my criteria for leaving and hopefully it will help guide you towards making the best decision for yourself. […]

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