Monthly Archives: January 2014

What To Do When You Receive Conflicting Career Advice

“Resumes should never be more than one page.” and “Resumes should never be more than two pages.” “Don’t waste your time with a cover letter, no one reads them.” and “Cover letters are more important than the resume.” “Don’t show … Continue reading

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Why I’m (Sort Of) Reinventing My Blog

I love the association industry – it’s why I wrote a book about making it a career. However, after much thought, I’ve decided to make a change.  Over the last several months, I’ve wanted to write about a wider variety … Continue reading

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Using Presentation Skills to Land the Position

When entering your next interview, ensure that you’ve armed yourself with the proper tools for a calm interaction and successful outcome. You already know you’re a fit for the job, but use these tried and true theories from business presentations … Continue reading

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