Author Archives: David Shindler

For Future Career Success: How to Maximize Your Paid Internship

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During your internship, how do you improve your chances of making real progress in your career?

I’ll show you how giving proper attention to three essential elements will give you a good chance of success…   

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The How and Why of the Twenty-Something Mentor Search

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A significant mentoring experience can be life-changing. Wise counsel can help you at key points to navigate the unchartered waters of your working life.

But when conducting a mentor search, what you’re looking for? Where do you look? And how do you make it happen?   

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Time for a U-Turn: How to Escape an Early Career Dead End

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Are you struggling to decide whether to stay or go in your current job? Or to change direction? Maybe you fear you’re facing an early career dead end?

Here are 5 ways to help you take the next step that is right for you and escape that career dead end…   

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How to Find Purpose and Aligned Meaning with Your Next Employer

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Finding purpose, in it’s most simplest form, is learning what the world needs from you. For many, this purpose is their driving motivation; their reason for being.

So when job searching, what do you look for in an employer’s purpose and meaning?   

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Life Transitions: Managing Your Personal Wellbeing Well After Graduation

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Your personal wellbeing is important, especially in that space between graduation and employment.

So what helps to manage your personal wellbeing after graduation?   

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Young Voices: What’s The Twenty-Something Job Search Really Like?

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So, I asked graduates from my LinkedIn connections and wider network what it’s like job searching in your 20s.

In there answers, graduates describe how the job search feels, what it’s like engaging with employers and recruitment processes, and what helps and hinders..   

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