Five EASY Things You Can Do To Appear More Professional

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Regardless of your vocation, level of education or employment background the need to present yourself professionally is important. The ability to make a positive lasting impression on someone may just be the thing that gets you the job you’re interviewing for or gets you’re the promotion you’ve been vying for. Don’t get me wrong, image […]

Hey Job Applicants, Time to Stop the Social-Media Sabotage

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Think before you post, especially if you’re looking for a job. Seems like common sense, doesn’t it? Yet despite all the advice and warnings to be cautious with social media, job applicants continue to get burned by their online profiles. Many companies now search candidates’ social-media accounts to get a better feel for their personalities, […]

The Top Five Ways to Turn Money into Happiness

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In their new book, Happy Money: The Science of Smarter Spending (Simon & Schuster), Elizabeth Dunn and Michael Norton (professors at the University of British Columbia and Harvard Business School, respectively), offer five key principles to help us get more happiness out of the money we spend — principles which also help companies create happier […]