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6 easy feng shui tips for business success

Not too long ago, I received a phone call from another entrepreneur asking for my guidance with a few things. While we were talking, I mentioned to him that I had some information on my desk that could help him out.
I quickly ran to my office, my neck crooked holding my phone in place. ...
Feb 23



College Not Your Thing? 3 Technical Careers That May Be The Right Fit

It has been a commonly accepted notion that if you want to earn a good living you need a college degree. However, many of the fastest growing careers require no college degree whatsoever. True enough, the people holding these jobs need training and sometimes certificates, but that’s it. ...
Feb 21



5 Tips for Stress-Free Networking

Stop angling for what you want and start looking for how to help people and enjoy their company.
 
 
Successful entrepreneurs know that networking is not a numbers game. It’s not about how many business cards you pass out or collect. ...
Feb 13



Jocko Willink: Career Advice From A Former Navy SEAL

I spoke to Jocko Willink, the bestselling author of Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win and former Navy SEAL officer, about the lessons he learned from his time in the military, the most important leadership qualities, how he transitioned from being a Navy SEAL to the business world, how his company's experience-based solutions help teams and his best career advice. ...
Feb 9



If You Want a Great Job, Tell a Great Story

A few lessons on job searching from our 16th president.
The film Lincoln is getting rave reviews because it tells a great story in an engaging way. And, it reminds us that the 16th president was most effective at convincing someone to take his side when he was able, without hesitation, to reach into his past and relate a story to the current moment. ...
Jan 31



Why job-hunting millennials could find a perfect match with the federal government

The graying of the federal-government workforce could soon create a hiring crisis as a large swath of older workers retires in the coming years and a new generation declines to fill the breach.
Simply put, most young people who are in job-search mode tend to look elsewhere, finding no motivation to vie for federal government positions that may strike them as more dreary than dazzling. ...
Jan 27



8 Tips For Avoiding Information Overload

If this isn’t the first article ― or Facebook post or tweet ― you’ve read today, you’re probably not alone.
 
A 2015 poll showed workers report spending as many as 6.3 hours everyday just checking emails. And earlier this year, Facebook reported its users spend an average of 50 minutes everyday on its site, including the app and messaging app. ...
Jan 19



Technology, Engineering Among 'Hottest' Jobs for New Vets

Military members swapping stripes for ties, blue jeans or office casual should seek jobs in the fields of technology, operations management and engineering, according to an annual ranking of “Top 20 Hot Jobs For Veterans,” released Monday.
The rundown of leading employment opportunities for new veterans is based on surveys completed by many of the top “military-friendly” employers within the Fortune 1000, said Sean Collins, vice president of G. ...
Jan 10



50 Resources for Military Spouses and Families

Whether you are looking for career resources or emotional support, there are a plethora of resources for military spouses out there to sift through. We’ve compiled a list of the 50 best resources for the range of needs of a military spouse and their family. ...
Jan 6



Get your resume past the robots: How to beat HR's mechanical gatekeepers

Work the system (but do it right)
 
Sure, you could simply hope you're the best match for the job and trust the process, but every system can and will be gamed. The Wall Street Journal points out the techniques that many people use to do this. ...
Dec 28