Author Archives: David Shindler

How to Capture Attention in a Job Interview… and Keep It

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Job interviews are nerve-wracking experiences with so many dos and don’ts to remember. It’s important to come out with the feeling of knowing that you’ve made an impression on your job interviewers.

How do you capture attention attention and hold it throughout?   

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Resume Rejected? How to Avoid Getting Ruled Out at First Glance

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Cleary, the tons of messages about avoiding basic errors are not getting through. Surveys suggest this is not an isolated scenario… so many are having their resume rejected at first glance.

Here are some resume writing basics that will help you avoid having your resume rejected…   

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Value Blockers: What’s Keeping You from Getting Hired?

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We all know what it feels like immediately after a job interview. The nagging doubts start to creep in even when you think you’ve done well. Why did I say that? I forgot to talk about that! Maybe I misunderstood that question. Faced with the chance to score a goal, sometimes we shoot wide!

What value blockers get in the way of being our best and showing our true value to an employer?   

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5 Ways to Embrace the ATS/AI Recruiting Robots You’re Sure to Encounter

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Employers are increasingly using the power of recruiting robots. Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are now a major factor job seekers face before getting hired.

So what are these recruiting robots looking for on your resume?   

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4 Ways to Strengthen Resilience During a Job Search

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How do you strengthen resilience during the job search? When you get knocked down, how do you stay positive and engaged?

Here are four factors proven to strengthen your resilience in the job search…   

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How to Think on Your Feet at a Job Interview

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You might assume that planning ahead to think on your feet at a job interview is a contradiction.   

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