The Job Dog's 33 Career Tips provide free, quick and smart career coaching guidance.
Career Tip 5: Find a Coach – What Headhunters and Company Recruiters Won't Tell You
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The Job Dog often has clients who want to get beyond the cliche feedback from a recruiter that other candidates were more qualified. Here is what you need to know about the truth behind that statement.
Career Tip 4: Be Your Best – Presenting the Best Version of Yourself
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Continuous self-improvement – inside and outside – is an important factor during your job transition. The recommendations in this Tip are resume enhancements that can improve your interview performance.
Career Tip 3: Get Your Wheels Turning – Thought and Action Leads to Success
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The Job Dog finds that a client's overall balance between action (explore) and thought (evaluate) is highly predictive of career transition success. Action is anything accomplished on your feet: going, seeing, or meeting. Thought is anything you accomplish in your seat: thinking or considering.
Career Tip 2: Work Harder – Maximizing Efforts for Maximized Success
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What you will discover if you talk to anyone who has had a measurable amount of success is that the difference that got them beyond average, and for some, to the top of their field, was simply plain hard work.
Career Tip 1: Take Control – Possibility Thinking
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Begin your job search by taking control. Stop thinking about what may be impossible and start thinking about what is possible.