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The average attention span is 8 seconds and most individuals make a snap judgement within the first 30 seconds of meeting you.

Don’t let those 30 seconds go by without capturing the full attention of your new networking connection or new boss.

Make sure they walk away from your introduction with the desire to connect with you again.

Connection creates opportunity.

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Our Top 9 Guidelines to Ensure Your Mentor-Mentee Relationship is Successful

Mentors can be a guiding light, an unbiased voice, and sounding board for professional support and accountability. Not only will you, as the mentee, benefit greatly from a proper mentorship…

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Career Transition Tip: Answer These Two Questions Before Beginning Your Job Hunt

When job hunting, it is easy to fall into typical trap of searching for a job that you meet the requirements for, instead of a job that meets your requirements.…

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4 Ways to Make the Last Half of the Year Count in Your Career

The last half of the year may already be well underway, but that doesn’t mean that time is up for you to be able to make much needed changes to…

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Curating a Cover Letter: Don’t Forget This Key Item to Include With Your Application

When searching for a new position to make our next career move to, the most challenging part is not in nailing the interview, but getting in the door in the…

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7 Items To Remove From Your Resume Now

Every inch of space on your resume is prime real estate and each piece of irrelevant or unimportant information you keep on your resume is a few seconds wasted by…

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Handling Mid-Year Review Feedback Like a Pro

Many people believe that receiving negative (or constructive) feedback during a performance review is what causes employees to lack motivation, feel underappreciated, or perform even worse than before. However, constructive…

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Dealing With a Difficult Boss When Quitting Isn’t an Option

Whether it be your direct boss, or someone higher up the food chain, if you don’t have a great, or even tolerable, working relationship with someone you see often and…

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