SNAP! Answers to the 3 Most-Dreaded Job Interview Questions I’m doing a webinar on Wednesday on wowing your next job interview. You (or your friends—feel free to forward this to your friends!) can sign up here. Below, a quick… Read More
Get That Zinc Off Your Nose and Your Game Face On: (AKA A Guide to Post-Summer Interviewing) Summer’s just about over and– for those of you who’ve delayed your entry into the real world for one last summer of being a lifeguard/camp counselor/kite-boarding instructor  and the like–… Read More
What to Do When the Silence is Deafening (Not to Mention Disheartening) Hello hello, I received the below letter from a frustrated job seeker—and it echoed the sentiments I’ve heard from a lot of you. She found my response helpful, so I… Read More
Need to Wow Your Job Interview? Here’s how! Join Frances Cole Jones, author of “How to Wow” and “The Wow Factor”, and learn how to: Expand your current network and build upon your existing one Ensure you stand… Read More
100 Days to Your Promotion In today’s economy, you might be feeling lucky you even have a job—asking for a promotion could seem like tempting fate. “Better to sit tight,” you might be thinking. “Not… Read More
9 Ways to Ace a Job Interview By Trae Bodge You got the interview, now what? Congratulations – you’ve landed a job interview! In today’s market, where every job listing generates unprecedented floods of applicants, being granted… Read More
14 Questions You Should Never Ask at a Job Interview by Maria Hanson, LiveCareer Scored a job interview? Congratulations! Want to stay in the running and make it past the first interview? Then avoid asking these alarmingly common deal-breaker questions.… Read More
Mind Your Job Search Netiquette with These Tips Originally published on San Francisco Employment Jobs Careers: Even in a world of gee-whiz technology, some old-fashioned ideals — like manners — aren’t outmoded. Business etiquette in general, and netiquette… Read More
14 Questions You Should Never Ask at a Job Interview Originally published on TheJobVault.com: Scored a job interview? Congratulations! Want to stay in the running and make it past the first interview? Then avoid asking these alarmingly common deal-breaker questions.… Read More
Show Me, Don’t Tell Me As you may know, the first rule of writing good fiction is, “Show me don’t tell me.” The idea being that you can’t say a character is resilient, thoughtful, or… Read More