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Archive for the 'Career' Category

Hey everyone, This is the first series of post that will introduce internet marketing and how it’s possible to create a reliable, well balanced business out of selling products online.
The basis of Afiliate marketing is you are producing traffic, and then getting that traffic to convert on a specified niche. So if the product you [...]

When a conflict arises the best thing is to usually separate yourself from it, but when that conflict is taking place where you work it can be nearly impossible to do so. Whether it’s an argument, disagreement, or a full-blown fist-fight (believe me, it happens), finding an appropriate way to deal with it is [...]

Still Can’t Get Ahead?

Working the 9 to 5 got you down? Are you having a hard time getting ahead and climbing your corporate ladder? Well my friends, you need Career Ramblings patented “Career Masher”.
The Career Ramblings Career Masher is perfect for those that plan their work and work their plan, yet still can’t move up in [...]

It’s true: it’s all about relationships. And I’m not talking about the kind of endearing friendship that you might share between your spouse and yourself. I’m talking about professional, long-term business relationships. You see these kinds of relationships all the time: doctors, dentists, accountants, bankers, “your tax guy”, etc.
Truly becoming successful within [...]

Have you ever gone to work and immediately started falling asleep when you got there?
If you have, I feel you my brothers and sisters. I feel you.
Many people “suffer” from sleeping disorders, eating disorders, or other types of conditions that prevent them from having enough energy in a day. When they will be [...]

Motivation. Motivation is not something that you should have every now and then. Motivating yourself to excel at what you do, or to be an example for others, is something that a true entrepreneur or dedicated employee will always be doing. It’s an ongoing process that includes all aspects of your professional [...]

A long time ago I was in the habit of writing articles about workplace politics and drama. Though I don’t intend to revisit that series of articles (nor that mindset, ugh), I do wonder if having work “friends” is a good idea career-wise. The problem is that an office often becomes something akin [...]

Is Your Resume In Order?

Working on your resume and having a hard time making it all “stick” (so to speak)? It can be hard to create the perfect resume, especially when you consider the fact that you’ll be lucky to get more than 10 seconds from someone looking it over, so it’s important to do it right the [...]

If you’re someone who’s fond of lifestyle changes and sudden career decisions, relocating for a new job is the perfect way to bring them about. Conversely, if you’d rather not venture outside your front yard, relocating for a job is the last thing you should do. The changes brought about by relocation affect [...]

Don’t Deal- Do!

As an employer, I have often been mystified by the sheer variation in quality of the resumes that I receive when I accept applications. A few people submit a polished, well presented application/resume, and I feel that it does a good job of effectively allowing them to present themselves to me. Far more, however, submit [...]

When you are looking for a job there are three opportunities that you have to get yourself noticed: the moment you drop off your resume, your cover letter, and your resume itself. Many people focus quite heavily on perfecting their resume or interview skills, yet their cover letters are unprofessional and rushed. Care to guess [...]

The business world of today is much different than it was a few short years ago. Even as little as five years ago, finding a job online was much more difficult. The job mega-sites had just began to become popular, and it was still uncommon for employers to post want ads on them. Prospective employees [...]

I received a letter from a reader and I feel compelled to post it here because I’ve never been so inspired. I’ve changed the names in order to conceal their privacy, but the general idea remains the same. After reading this letter I felt empowered; I was ready to take on the world.
Read it for [...]

Is the grass starting to lose its luster? Are you having a hard time waking up in the mornings because you feel unmotivated or unappreciated? Perhaps a career change is in order.
In today’s world it can be hard to feel appreciated and valued at your work, especially if it’s a position that produces a lot [...]

Let me ask you a question: if you were the hiring manager for a large software company, would you call someone whose main job experience was in the hospitality industry? Of course not, so why would you expect them to hire you if your resume is completely unrelated?
Customizing your resume to meet the positions requirements [...]

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