Step by Step – Get Moving on Your Successful Career Change
Successful people have a secret to keep going when they just don’t feel like it. Uncover their secret and make it your own.Your Fear of Failure Must Be Less Than Your Passion to Succeed To Be Successful in Business
Fear of failure is a strong emotion that we must keep under wrap if we want to accomplish our goals in life. If our passion to succeed is less than our fear of failure then our lives will be filled with regret that we may never conquer or overcome.How to Get Noticed at a Job Fair
I was at the Detroit “Good Morning America/Women for Hire” job fair the other day. There were about 25 resume evaluators and approximately 5000 job seekers. They literally were lined up outside the doors at 3:30am. Talk about motivated people. Wow.Post-Pink Slip Opportunities
As we’re all aware, the U.S. economy is experiencing its worst decline in decades. More than 5 million jobs have been lost, and automakers, financial services, retailers, hotels and restaurants have all been adversely affected.Job Hunting Tip – Use The Summer Season to Leverage Your Employment Opportunities
Summertime and the living is easy; that is, unless you happen to be unemployed and searching for a job. In that case, you are tortured and your level of anxiety grows daily.What Career is Right For Me? – Find Your True Calling!
In this rapidly changing economy almost all Americans are experiencing career changes of some sort. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has given up attempting to estimate the number of times people change careers, since it is almost impossible to quantify. The last documented statistic was for 1982, when it was estimated that 36% of all Americans were in the midst of a career change of some sort and that between the ages of 18 and 38 people would hold an average of 10 jobs.Your True Worth – Why Companies Will Not Pay For What You Are Really Worth
We have read motivational books which inspire you on how much wealth you are capable of in a lifetime and inspirational articles which tells you that you could unleash so much hidden potential within yourself. We have also attended talks and courses which encourage you to fulfill your dreams, to pick up confidence and courage to attempt whatever you have always wanted to do in your career.Today’s Women at Work Have Unique Opportunities – A New Call to Action For Women and Employers
Here’s a news flash: Women are poised to surpass men on the nation’s payrolls for the first time in American history. According to a recent report by the New York Times, four out of five jobs lost in the current U.S. recession belong to men-a consequence of the surge in layoffs within distressed, male-dominated industries, such as manufacturing and construction. This emerging workplace trend may ultimately be a momentous boon to women-shifting their power and influence, both at home and on the job. It also represents a new call to action for women-and employers.Tips to Finding Financial Freedom Network
In order to be successful both online and offline, you need to find your financial freedom network. These days having a good network for yourself helps build your success and make things easier to achieve financial freedom.From College to a Career – Handling the Quarter-Life Crises
Studies reveal that it is the age of twenty something when people face maximum career anxiety. It is this bunch of youngsters around the world that struggle with the transition from jeans to formal office wear, from classrooms to cubicles and from college to a career. Here are a few tips that can help you sail from your college to your career smoothly.Economic Downturn is a Time For Training and Certification
In boom time, training and certification may lead to salary increase. However, in an economic downturn, salary is often frozen or cut. That does not mean a person should not invest in training and certification. In fact, it may even be more important!Time to Get Back in the Career Game
Over the past several months, given the onslaught of tough economic news, many sat on the sidelines and didn’t move forward in their career or job, waiting for conditions to improve. Nationally 63% did look for new opportunities during the recent past months. Others have been waiting.