Category Archives: career planning

Questions to Make Next Year GREAT!

Now is an excellent time to reflect on your past accomplishments and begin planning for your next big year! Here are some questions to get your planning started: What were your two or three most significant accomplishments, breakthroughs, and/or achievements … Continue reading

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Preparation = the action or process of making ready or being made ready for use or consideration.   Preparations = something done to get ready for an event or undertaking. When you think of “being prepared”, you most likely are thinking … Continue reading

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You’re a STAR! The Fool-Proof Method of Proving Your Skills

Today we continue the series on using your Skills Language. So far, we have determined the critical importance of describing your skills and the Three Basic Types of Skills.  Today, we explain how to prove your Skills Language to others, which … Continue reading

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