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  8 Healthy Ways to Stop Being a Worrywart and Find Your Success
by Connie Pheiff - Jul, 2015
Are you a worrywart? How you start your day sets the tone for your daily success. Mornings can be, oh lets say ~ BLAH! How many times are you hitting the snooze button? Your emotional state will depend on your morning outlook. If you are a worrywart then I can almost guarantee you’ve been up half the night. Like most business entrepreneurs, you worry about the productivity of your business. Will we make budget? Are we deliveri...
 
  An active professional network is like insurance
by Sherri Edwards - Jul, 2015
In an ever-changing economic market, or riding the wave through industry changes, you just never know when you might need to rely on your professional network to help bail you out of a rough patch. Maintaining a professional network is like having car insurance – it’s a pretty big risk to drive without it. Your network is your safety net. And like insurance, it requires an investment that can’t lapse. Without it, the costs can...
 
  Executive Presence is Coming Full Circle
by Valerie Sokolosky - Jul, 2015
Can I make an observation? And I mean this with due respect. Your clothing does matter! Listen to the marketplace. You’ll find the term Executive Presence is coming full circle. It’s just flat important! Clients who dress for success get the higher marks. Don’t think for a minute that they don’t. Oh, I know what you’re saying – “Why should I be concerned with what I wear when I’m technically proficient?” Because it’s just...
 
  Gain the Interview Advantage: Benefits of Interview Coaching
by Michelle Dumas - Jul, 2015
Wow. You had no idea your job search would be such hard work, did you? But the standout resume we created for you at Distinctive Documents really paid off. And all the time and effort you’ve spent networking, researching, applying and following up have reaped rewards. You’ve got some interviews scheduled, you’ve picked up your power suit from the dry cleaners, and you’re all set to go. You just know your interview perfor...
 
  Google Search Tips & Tricks For Your Job Search: Find The Information You Need When You Need It
by Michelle Dumas - Jul, 2015
“Google it”! How often have you heard that? Whether it’s to do some research, find directions, check show times or settle a bet, you’ve probably used the “googlelator” to find information about one thing or another. But have you ever used Google for assistance with your job search? If so, you know how much help it can be. If not, read on as we introduce you to Google search tips and tricks for your job search so that you can...
 
  Is Taking a Second Job Worth it?
by Adrienne Erin - Jul, 2015
Taking on a second job – also known as moonlighting – might seem like a nice idea, but what does it get you? Personal satisfaction, financial security and the ability to pursue other interests rank highly on the list of possible answers. But I think we can all agree that it’s sometimes a necessity. What the Research Says According to a recent study from the Freelancers Union, there are 53 million Americans choosing to f...
 
  Next-Level Leadership Attribute #1: Innovative
by Sara Canaday - Jul, 2015
This blog is part of a series profiling the key attributes of professionals who have elevated their leadership impact. Organizations that want to remain competitive are constantly looking to innovate and evolve. The burden of meeting that necessary yet frustrating goal falls on teams and individuals, so next-level leaders successfully weave innovation into the fabric of everything they do. They constantly think innovatively...
 
  Next-Level Leadership Attribute #2: Resilient
by Sara Canaday - Jul, 2015
This is part of a series about the attributes and behaviors of professionals who have elevated their leadership impact and reached the next level of success. To read previous posts about next-level leadership, please click here. Today’s global economy calls for some serious staying power. Consider the diverse obstacles facing corporate employees: cost cutting, downsizing, shorter time-to-market cycles, constantly evolving s...
 
  Procrastination works against you
by Sherri Edwards - Jul, 2015
There will never be more than 24 hours in a day. No matter how much we hope, wish or pray, it just can’t happen. The issue with casually brushing something off to do “later,” at an undetermined “better time,” is that it often becomes assurance it won’t get done at all. For many people, procrastination seems like it is done unconsciously, but it really is a conscious decision or choice not to do something. When you make the...
 
  Red Teaming with your Co-workers: Get Their Opinion
by Terri Tierney Clark - Jul, 2015
Before the C.I.A. went live with their invasion of Osama Bin Laden’s enclave, they Red Teamed the operation. I had never heard of Red Teaming before this week, but it sounds sexy and mysterious, so no doubt Hollywood will soon turn it into everyday slang. A news show I saw taught me that Red Teaming is testing your strategy with an unaffiliated third party. In the C.I.A.’s case, they went to intelligence experts who had...
 
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