Tell Me a Story

Tell Me a Story

Some hiring managers are trained to interview in a way that prompts you to give detailed information about yourself. Avoid answering a question in an interview with a simple yes or no. Here’s why…

Your purpose is not something you do. It's who you are and you can't help but be it.

Goal!

Gooooaaallll!

Are you accomplishing the things you want to accomplish? If you’re feeling stuck or frustrated about not moving forward, here is a chunk of golden advice about how to set and meet specific goals that will bring you freedom and fulfillment.

It Takes Two

It Takes Two

If you’re going for an interview, you’d better be prepared to answer some questions. But it is also important that you do some of the asking whether the interview is for your dream job or not. Here are some excellent tips on how and what to ask.

Are You All In?

Are You All In?

Are you all in with your business? Are you committed to your business success without attachment? Barb gives some great advice to help you be all in no matter what…

Will it be Over Soon?!

Will It Be Over Soon?!

Interviewing for a job can be stressful, but it shouldn’t be terrifying. Thankfully, there are some ways to make the interview process part of your job search strategy more bearable.

One Tiny Step Can Put You on the Path to Completion

One Tiny Step Can Put You on the Path to Completion

Are you overwhelmed at the prospect of finishing a seemingly monumental task? Do you become easily discouraged or distracted at the mere thought of it? Here is a sublime self-management remedy for quickly moving out of overwhelm and into productivity.

State Your Purpose

State Your Purpose

Do you know what your life purpose is? It isn’t necessarily about what you do for a living, although what you do for a living can be a part of it. This nugget offers some insight on how to construct a meaningful and practical life purpose statement.

Do They Like Me?

Do They Like Me?

Is who you know important when you are searching for your dream job? Yes! But since you don’t always know your interviewer, here are some points to keep in mind for building a positive rapport during an effective job search interview process.