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Decision Time: What To Do With Multiple Job Offers

You’ve been interviewing for months with what seems likes a zillion companies and now it looks like you are a final candidate for two great positions.  You’ve got your fingers and toes crossed that one of them turns into a bona-fide offer of employment. Both jobs are interesting, both offer similar types of work and [...]

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Five Career Moves I Would Make All Over Again

Apparently I’ve reached the point in my career where I can “look back”.  How do I know this?  People younger than me ask for advice, such as “What was your biggest career mistake?” or “What do you wish you had done differently?” My first instinct is to tell them, “Hey, I’m still in the game [...]


Never Stop Learning

This was it; final exam time.  My nerves were on edge. “The test will begin the minute you access the exam link.  Remember it is a timed-test. You must complete the entire exam.  You may reference your textbook and notes. Don’t forget to submit the required course work exercises along with your written exam.  Good [...]


Dishes and Other Monotony

Cook Food. Eat. Do the dishes. Repeat. It’s a never ending cycle, isn’t it? Recently I had the opportunity to write for one of my favorite online magazines, MOMEO.  Whether you work from home or not, I’m sure many of you can relate to my post titled, “Dishes: Round 17: The Work At Home Journey By [...]


Ethics and Your Personal Brand: It’s Just Common Sense

For some reason I’ve always been one to err on the side of caution when it comes to my personal brand. I’m especially careful about how I conduct myself at work and work-related functions. The lines become blurred between personal brand and the company’s brand. It’s important that we represent each other well. Call it [...]


Advance Your Career By Working For Free

Work for free.  That’s almost an oxymoron, isn’t it? After all, isn’t the whole point of going to work, toiling away for forty-plus hours a week, to earn money? Luckily for me, aside from a slight misstep with my first career, work has never been “toil”.  I’ve enjoyed my chosen field and am grateful to never [...]