Author Archives: Hannah Morgan

The Perfect 10-Step Job Interview Preparation Guide for Any Company

interview preparation guide

Too often people fail to thoroughly prepare the job interview for this specific job at this company. In other words, they tend to treat each interview as generic in nature.

To help you avoid making this big mistake, follow this 10-step job interview preparation guide…   

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Exit Strategy: 6 Questions to Ask Before You Quit Your Job

exit strategy

If you’re considering quitting your job, keep in mind that it’s best to have a new job lined up first.

Before you quit your job, ask (and answer) the following six questions…   

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The Art of Small Talk: 10 Ways to Ooze Interesting While Networking

small talk

Small talk happens at a conference, a coffee shop, a graduation party, or a wedding.  Heck, it could even happen during a job interview.

But does the thought of having to talk with someone new make you want to run fast in the other direction?   

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5 Easy Networking Tips to Help You Defeat Job Search Demons

easy networking tips

Networking is one of the demons job seekers dread and avoid.

But if you keep these five easy networking tips in mind, you’ll find there are opportunities to network, the right way, everywhere…   

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Personal Network Growth Doesn’t Have to Be Painful or Difficult

network growth

Personal network growth can be difficult. Meeting new people is a challenge even for the most seasoned professionals. It often makes you feel uncomfortable. 

But growing your network doesn’t have to be this way. There is an alternative to meeting people face to face…   

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Wait! Don’t Start Your Job Search with a Resume Update

another resume update

I have said this before, and I am going to say it again: I despise resumes.  They are historical.  They state what you’ve done, not what you can do and not necessarily what you want to do next.

In today’s search for work, it is a waste of time to do another resume update without a job posting to specifically target…   

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