Archive | March, 2012

Resume Action Verbs in Action: D-E

Continuing our series of excerpts from a Quintessential Careers tool that provides samples of how action verbs can be used in a resume: “D” Action Verbs in Action Decreased inbound volume into help-desk support systems by more than 20 percent by expanding and refining Comerica University program to encompass client base as well as internal […]

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How to Switch Dimensions

When I want to make a significant change in my life, I often think of it in terms of switching dimensions. My attention is focused on my current reality right now, and my desired situation can be said to exist as some alternate reality outside of my primary focus. In that other reality, there’s another […]

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Thu 3/22/12 – Women in Business Club: Networking Workshop

Networking Workshop: I’ll be speaking about effective networking to the Marriott Undergraduate Women in Business Club. This is event only for the Women in Business Club, but if you’re connected with BYU Marriott School of Business – and a woman – I recommend that you attend. Date/Time: Thursday, March 22, 2012. 6:30-8:30pm Location: BYU – […]

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Tips to Rock Your Resume: Adding Keywords

Joe Turner offers six easy steps to really rock your resume and motivate hiring managers to call you in his article Six Tips to Rock Your Resume for Quintessential Careers. The third appears below, and the rest of the tips will appear here over the next three days. Turner’s advice to Add a Keyword Section […]

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Restoring Hope

Lacking clarity about what you want to experience in life is a common problem. Another problem is having a reasonable sense of what you desire but feeling blocked in moving forward. With either of these problems, you may experience a feeling of stuckness, sometimes even hopelessness. One of the main causes of this stuckness is […]

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Personal business cards

Sure, the company orders you a box of 500 business cards when you start a new job. Sure, those cards sit in a box at the office. Sure, it’s nice to have something to share with others about your current employer. But, what happens to managing YOUR career? What about your own personal business cards? […]

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