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Check out my latest video as I share why starting with fulfillment in your search for your dream job is a critical first step.
Check out my latest YouTube video as I explain why Pivot Planet can be helpful in your effort to learn more about possible career paths when you are working towards defining your dream job. Informational interviews can be conducted for free using your network as well, but many people do not have the contacts necessary for the industries they are looking into. Pivot Planet can provide those contacts…
www.halliecrawford.com – Hallie Crawford, Certified Career Coach, shares how to use the career website, MyPlan.com to your advantage. Whether you are a recent high school grad or a mid-career professional, regardless of your age or experience, this website can help you brainstorm career ideas and learn more about possible industries for you. It could help you find your dream job…
Check out my latest video as I discuss this recent article that has career advice and ideas about finding a job you love. In this video, I share a few additional ideas with you about how to handle that process of identifying your dream job. Hint, find something you are not just passionate about, but also naturally curious about. Listen to learn why this is important.
Read Article Here: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/why-cant-job-love-102300258.html
Check out my latest video as I discuss how Good.co can assist you in your job search, to help you find the right career fit. And – what you need to do in addition to leveraging this resource to ensure you consider everything in your quest to find your dream job. In this video I give you clues to other things to take into account.
I was honored to be featured in this article from USNews.com about stepping into the shadow of another employee, Fighting the Ghosts of Beloved Employees Past.
Trying to fill the shoes of the person who came before you can be difficult for anyone, even a stellar employee who fits the job description perfectly. It can be intimidating for you and hard for those who worked with the person you are replacing. Change is tough for everyone. You need to be patient with the process. You should understand that some people may have had a great working relationship with the former employee and may be hesitant about working with you at first.
Keep in mind that you are not there to mimic what they did. You can make your mark, and still be mindful of other’s feelings about you as the new person. Try to see what you can learn from them, but don’t compare yourself to the other person. Focus on what you can bring to the table and establishing your own, new relationships with each co-worker.
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