De-clutter, Then Transition: 10 Items, 10 Minutes by 2010
by Dee McCrorey - Dec, 2009
It's the end of another year and we would all agree a rather tough one at that. You're ready to brush off 2009. But not so fast. Before you can move forward, you'll want to acknowledge the baggage that you're still dragging along or it could wind up cluttering your life and any shiny new plans you have in 2010. No matter how out of shape you think you are most of us can do one set of ten reps. So, I've come up with ten t...
Do New Year’s Resolutions Have to Happen on New Year’s?
by Barbara Safani - Dec, 2009
Everyone’s starting to talk about their New Year’s resolutions…lose weight, exercise more, quit smoking, get out of debt, and find a new job are the ones I hear most frequently. And while I think that New Year’s resolutions are a great idea in theory, I think that a lot of people fail to keep their New Year’s resolutions because often the only criteria motivating the person to make the resolution is the time of year. This y...
Don’t Let Workplace Rejection Get You Down
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2009
Did you recently get passed up for a big (or not so big) promotion? Did you ask for something at work and were flatly turned down? It happens – to all of us at some point. Things do not always go your way, and rejection is part of life – all aspects of life – both personal and professional. How you handle the rejection at work can serve as the cornerstone for short- and long-term success. It’s time to ‘man-up’ as they say....
Don’t Miss Out – Catch the Wave of 2010 Opportunity
by Kris Plantrich - Dec, 2009
Lots of exciting things took place for me and ResumeWonders in 2009. I didn’t realize just how much had been achieved until I started this blog post. It was a wrap up of the year in preparation of 2010 goals and provided a surprising dose of pride when I realize all that I have achieved. Here is how my year looked. * The business and my clientele grew for the 6th consecutive year even with such a volatile economy. * Earn...
Life is like Mahjongg
by Barbara Wulf, MS, CPCC - Dec, 2009
I have read all of Amy Tan’s books starting with the Joy Luck Club, Kitchen God’s Wife, The Hundred Secret Senses, and more. Each book carries the reader to the Far East and often, the author mentions people playing the game of Mahjongg, an ancient Chinese game of skill, strategy, and calculation with a certain amount of luck. I usually paused and thought, what’s that? This fall, a friend invited me to learn how to play...
Authentic Communications: Getting Your Point Across Clearly is Key
by Yvonne Brown - Dec, 2009
Whether you're looking to improve your communication skills for business or personal reasons there are a few guidelines to follow. Employees, employers, family, friends and other individuals have to improve their communication skills in order to efficiently get points across without causing oppositions. Authentic communications consist of methods that can be used to resolve conflicts and difficult conversations. It can...
What Are Your Career Resolutions For The New Year?
by Debra Wheatman - Dec, 2009
The New Year is quickly approaching and certainly this is the time that we all establish those resolutions – you know, your commitment to yourself for self improvement or something else that you vow to accomplish. Many of us commit to developing a career plan – ‘a roadmap’ as I call it to identify and secure a new professional position. Here are my Top Tips for a productive and positive search into 2010: Manage your applica...
Ten Tips for Better Time Management
by Tai Goodwin - Dec, 2009
When your life is out of balance, there’s a good chance that you’ll find your self struggling with time management. A balanced life means you have adequate time for work, goals, recreation, family, friends, spirituality and relaxation. It’s what I like to call being “Brilliantly Balanced”. Causes of poor time management Your work can be too difficult or unsuitable making it hard for you to focus on being organized. Yo...
How To Be More Visible at Work
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2009
In order to be successful in the business world, your supervisors and colleagues must view you as a consistent contributor. But assuming your boss isn’t someone who recognizes your achievements every day, how can you let people know what you’ve accomplished without coming across as an arrogant braggart? Here are a few tips: • Meet with your boss weekly to ensure she always knows the status of your projects. Show enthusias...
Sometimes A Job Badly Done Is The Job Description's Fault
by Gary Cohen - Dec, 2009
Don't blame the poor employee. Usually when employees fail to fulfill the expectations their job descriptions raise, their superiors work with them to improve their performance. If that fails, they are sent packing. Such firings--and all the hurt feelings, wasted time and tried patience that accompany them--aren't always avoidable, but leaders shouldn't overlook the part the job description can play. Sometimes it's the job...
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