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10 Tips To Resign Gracefully


Congratulations! You just got an offer for a wonderful new job. There’s just one catch. You have to say good-by to your current employer. Maybe you loved your job and you face an emotional farewell. Or you maybe you hated every minute and you’ve been counting the days till you could walk out the door one last time. People often admit they’re nervous about making the departure announcement. They’re afraid the boss will be angry. They feel guilty about the […]

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Skill Up To Be More Promotable


Skill Up To Be More Promotable Having skills is something that you need to work on for most cases. Being promotable is going to be one of the most important things that you can do for yourself. This is going to make it much easier for you to be successful no matter what you are dealing with. You want to be a success in business and in your personal life as well and increasing your skills will be an advantage […]

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Be Your Boss


No matter what country you work, what industry and what your position is chances are at some point you are going to jump up a level that will require you to become a supervisor, junior manager or higher. This moment in our career can be difficult and some people will struggle figuring out how to take the step. A good place to start is to begin taking responsibilities that you would expect your target position to have. AND DO NOT […]

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The Importance of Career Progress #1


How important is your career to your life? How important is it to your families health and well being?  How does your career affect your future? WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES OF NOT TAKING YOUR CAREER PROGRESS SERIOUSLY? You should always ask yourself the above questions in order to remind yourself of the importance of your career and to help keep you focused on progressing in your career. It sometimes surprises me how lazy some people are concerning their careers and […]

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Negotiating Job Loss


Although we don’t like to think about it, a great percentage of us will find ourselves facing job loss, and it’s best to be prepared!… You work for a company that has been going through a lot of changes and upheaval. Word is going around about lay-offs and you worry you will be next. If you’ve been an exemplary employee and the lay-off is not because of anything you’ve done, be sure you ask at least these three questions as […]

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Cover Letters For Your Resume


Often times we lack the confidence when writing a cover letter for a resume.  Even with help from others we struggle to draft the best cover letter possible.  Despite what you may think crafting powerful cover letters for a resume does not require much time or effort.  In fact by keeping the following points in mind you can be assured of creating a memorable impression in the mind of your potential employer. A job cover letter is akin to a […]

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Effective Career Goals


It has been five years since you’ve set foot on your office workplace that was painted in yellow before, but now it is blue. For five years, you have been typing away your work on the same spot, but now on a different chair and computer. The young lady sitting next to your cubicle is now pregnant; you even had a crush on her before, but you just don’t have the courage to say how you feel for her. Everything, […]

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Having That Promotable Attitude


An integral part of joining those few successful individuals in your industry is having the right attitude.  You have to make sure that you are keeping a positive feeling towards your promotable lifestyle.  One of the best assets in life that you can have is a good attitude.  You will find that you can be more successful in life and have more respect from others when you have a good attitude. YOU’VE GOT TO BELIEVE THAT YOU WILL BE SUCCESSFUL. […]

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You Make the Short List…


After an initial job interview and you present effectively you may be invited back for a second job interview, the prospective employer has seen promise in you and wants to find out more details. ALWAYS Expect the second … Make sure you practice your nonverbal skills in front of the mirror before going to the job interview. It is important how you communicate with the interviewers on both a verbal and nonverbal level. Give the interviewer a strong hand shake […]

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Career Progress Launches!


Hi there! Did you know the average person working 40 hours a week will spend 50% of their waking life at work from Monday and Friday? My name is Mitchell Blake and amongst other things (internet marketer, musician, civil engineer) i’m a career progress enthusiast and since starting my career 7 years ago have been keenly interested in the dynamics of a career and what factors come into play that progress or hinder an employee in their career path. This blog […]

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