Tag Archives: perspective

It’s Time to Kill Your Comfort Zone!

I have found myself in a rut once or twice, particularly when it came to my job. For as long as I can remember, I stayed firmly in my comfort zone. I did what was expected of me.

Until I almost had a meltdown at work…

When you’re stuck – either on an issue, questioning how to move forward, which answer to go with, what your passion is – you need to start with doing something that nudges you outside of that safety zone. Being uncomfortable, forces you to start doing something.   

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To Whom It May Concern: Employers List Top Resume Mistakes

For the most part, your resume is the first impression you give to employers – you don’t want to give the impression that you’re careless, lazy or obsessed.

A single resume faux pas can instantly turn off a recruiter, and, in some cases, creep them out a bit.

We asked employers what was the absolute worst resume mistake they’ve come across. These are our six favorite. Laugh … and learn:   

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