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Thinking about quitting your job? Before you make any rash decisions, you need to ask yourself a few very important questions. Here are five things you should consider before quitting your job: 1. Have you served in that job for two years? What the heck is the two-year rule, and why does it matter? Well, typically, it takes a few months to train and get comfortable in a position. However, most people aren’t just automatically great at their jobs. They need to take some time to hone their new skills and really provide value to the company before they can...
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Are you an introvert who is considering career networking (by choice or by force)? Introverts are stereotypically defined by their aversion for unnecessary interactions. And some people (not necessarily introverts) think that this hinders in their career path. Networking Tips For Introverts: Get The Ball Rolling! Here are some tips to grow your professional network despite your so-called weakness: Tip 1: Don’t listen to anything with the negative vibe. Avoid anything that smells negative and feels discouraging to you. Stay away from those who try to feed you with thoughts that reinforce several myths related to introverts. This would stop you from...
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Walking past the difficult people in the grocery store or your neighborhood may not make much difference to you. However, if you have a difficult employee in your office, then you are definitely going to have some trouble on your hands. You, being the higher authority, have command over all the subordinates. You are actually responsible for every person working under you – good or bad, it is your duty to manage them. Therefore, it is essential for you to have a tight leash on each and every subordinate under you, no matter how troublesome he or she may be....
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As humans, we need some form of social interactions (some of us more than others). However, we all do need and thrive on the simple act of connecting to people. For the majority of us, our social fabric is created through work. We see these people every day. We have work in common. We get to know them in ways the spouse and significant others simply don’t. When we leave these people due to job change, it can be painful. Yet, despite all this social goodness that work can bring, what happens when it doesn’t happen to you? What do you do when you...
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Discovery Day presents a make-or-break moment for many would-be franchisees. For Megan Yu, a visit to the franchise parent company of Signarama, United Franchise Group, in West Palm Beach, Fla., helped seal her decision. Of course, by this time, she and her partner, Andy Yu, her father, had already spent almost six months researching businesses they might open in Ann Arbor, Mich. Casting a wide net at first, they looked at all options, including purchasing an independent business. They chose a franchise because they liked all the support and training offered as part of the deal. “For me it was...
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When you apply for a job, it’s important to do your homework on the company. Otherwise, when you get an interview and your interviewer asks, “So, what is it about us that drew you to our company?” you aren’t left stumped or jobless. Not only that, but it’s important to figure out if the company is a place YOU would enjoy working for. So, before you send off that resume, check out these sneaky ways to research a company: 1. Learn About The People Who Work There Most companies have a staff page on their website. On this page, the company will...
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Recruiters spend about six seconds on your resume. SIX SECONDS! That’s not a lot of time to sell yourself. If you want to make a strong (and positive!) first impression, you need to know what they are looking for BEFORE you write your resume. 1. List Your Top Transferable Skills Front And Center Create two columns with those skills sets on the top fold of your resume. Why? Because recruiters want to see exactly what you’re all about from the get-go. 2. Choose The Right Format And Font If you aren’t using the right format and there isn’t a ton...
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It’s easy to get excited when an employer is interested in you, especially when you haven’t had any luck getting interviews or job offers. But what if the job proposal isn’t a good fit for you? How do you decline a job offer? Some of you might be thinking, “Decline a job offer? Why would I do that? Have you seen the unemployment rates?” Why You Should Decline A Job Offer With that in mind, here are some of the reasons why you should reject potential employment: It Doesn’t Feel Right “You are a company,” said professional development coach and...
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For some people, it is blatantly obvious they are in the wrong job. They just know that they hate their job, their company, their colleagues, or all of these aspects. In most cases, these people have either resigned themselves to a life or misery or they are actively seeking to change the situation. Related: 3 Very Real Reasons You Should Make A Career Shift For many people though, being in the wrong job is less clear cut. They might have a nagging doubt but it is likely that they have just pushed this to the back of their minds. If...
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Networking. It’s a necessity in life. If you want to advance your career, have lots of friends, or find new opportunities, you need to network. Love it or hate it, it’s just a fact of life! It’s a good thing you already network on a regular basis. You’re actually networking everyday – whether you’re making a business contact or setting up two friends on a date. It’s all networking! Related: #1 Secret To Becoming Popular But what kind of networker are you? Take this quiz to find out!   1. When you’re introduced to someone, you: (a) Quietly mumble, “Hi.” (b)...
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