Successful Meetings with Your Boss Made Easy

Maybe you’re nervous about meeting with your boss or maybe you rarely see them face-to-face. Either way, having more frequent and effective communications would be beneficial for your career. Regular and productive meetings enable you to make a positive impression and gather information you need to do your job.

Learn how to use meetings with your boss to enhance your working relationship and your performance. Take a look at how to encourage more one-on-one time, and spend it wisely.

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14 Things Successful Candidates Do the Night before a Job Interview

The night before a job interview is usually a bit stressful. You might be thinking about what would happen if you forget the responses you’ve been practicing or say something foolish. You might be wondering how you stack up against the other candidates or whether you have enough relevant experience.

At the same time, you want to show up confident and prepared so that you’ll make a positive impression. To increase your chances of receiving a job offer, run down the following checklist for what to do on interview eve.

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A Job-Hunters Guide to Contacting Companies

Searching for a job often means looking for who is hiring. You contact others in your network and browse through employment listings. However, you could also turn the process around and start looking at where you want to work regardless of any current vacancy.

Exploring these kinds of passive openings has advantages for you and your potential employer because you’re targeting opportunities where you would excel. Find out how to identify organizations where you want to work, and how to communicate with them, using these strategies.

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(Video) Ask Yourself These Six Questions to Develop Your Own Definition of Success

Do you have your own definition of success? Most people are trying to live up to society’s definition of success without considering if this is the best option for them.

Ask others what success means and you’re likely to hear a variation of these answers:

  • Fancy car or two – Mercedes, BMW, Lexus
  • Nice house – Big, with a swimming poolwith a beautiful garden
  • Respectable corporate job – something worthy of bragging about
  • Attractive spouse

Those things are fine if they’re of your own choosing. But, if you take the time to think about it, your definition of success might be: Single, traveling the world, running my own business from a laptop, having adventures each day, and wearing flipflops at least eight hours each day. A person with this definition of success would be miserable in the first scenario.

You might find yourself accomplishing something that doesn’t appeal to you in the end.

Avoid disappointment by creating your own definition of success!

Watch the practical video below to create your own definition of success.

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Why Your LinkedIn Head Shot May Be Holding You Back

Recruiters, colleagues, and potential clients are 15 times more likely to click on your LinkedIn profile if you have a photo. If you’re spending hours editing your summary statement, ensure you give equal time to the images.

Speaking of images, researchers also say that most viewers take only about one-tenth of a second to form judgements about how trustworthy and competent you are. Learn how to make your LinkedIn photo say what you want it to say and deliver the message quickly.

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(Video) How to discover your competencies to market your skills

Do you ever wonder
* what are my skills?
* how can I discover my skills?
* How can I describe my skills?

If you ponder the above questions, watch the practical video below.

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(Pack) The Power Within: How to Gain Power and Influence at Work and in Life

You’re familiar with the idea of power at work and in life. You might believe that you’ll never have any power. Perhaps it’s because of one of these reasons:

  • I don’t know the right people.
  • I didn’t attend the right school.
  • I didn’t have the right university major.
  • I’m too shy.
  • I’m too nice.

But these aren’t true limitations. They may be obstacles to overcome in some circumstances, but these obstacles can be bested by those with the skills and motivation to do so. Even with a disadvantaged starting point, you can become powerful within your workplace and throughout the rest of your life.

Yes, anyone can become powerful – including you!

Download your free pack (guide and worksheet with empowering assingnments) here to learn how to find the power within.

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(Guide) Tired of Working without Recognition?

Employees want it, managers know it’s important, and it usually doesn’t cost a cent. When you look at it that way, you’d expect to be drowning in recognition at work.

Yet, a recent Gallup poll found that only one in three workers in the US say they received recognition or praise for doing good work in the past seven days. It’s not that surprising when you think about the possible reasons.

Some of your coworkers could feel too competitive to notice you. Your boss could think that keeping you on the payroll proves they’re satisfied with your performance, and any of your colleagues could be uncomfortable or unfamiliar with handing out praise.

If you want to feel valued, you may need to shake things up.

Download your free guide here to learn how to give recognition to others and how to gain recognition to yourself.

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