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The Impact of Perspective on Your Job Search

28 February, 2017 Posted by John G. Self
In the game of football, perspective is important.  That is where the leader of the team — the head coach on the sidelines – has a headset so he can communicate with colleagues high above the field in the press box.  They have a different perspective than he does as to what’s happening on the […] Read more»

Easy Questions Just Got Tougher

9 December, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
Tell me your strengths. That is the question every candidate enjoys answering, more so than the typical tell me about yourself opening question that amazingly makes so many people uncomfortable. Well, I hate to the bearer of bad news, but this nice tell me about your strengths question in today’s market actually requires careful thought, […] Read more»

Harnessing Nervous Energy

5 June, 2015 Posted by Becky Pearce
This article on harnessing nervous energy from Careerealism came at just the right time for my family.  The topic is not only relevant for candidates interviewing for new jobs, but also for any situation in life that has your stomach in knots and your nerves on edge. It’s the last week of school before summer […] Read more»