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Telecommuting Website (Part Two)

Last article I discussed why a telecommuter would benefit from starting a website, and what you should include on the website. This article, I'm going to cover how to market the website and the basics of getting one set up.

Effective Resume and Cover Letter Writing - Part One

To begin, make a decision to discard any former knowledge learned about the ?rules? of resume and cover letter writing. People commonly become stuck in ?bad? writing habits from a time gone by.

Dont Let Difficult People Derail Your Career

Unless you are among the luckiest people in the world, or you are totally free of all relationships in the real world, you have to cope with difficult people in the course of your work.

Your Next Performance Appraisal: Make It Work For You

In the rush of everyday work, it can be difficult to think about your own career development. An appraisal is a key opportunity to identify your strengths, areas that need improvement and plans for your future.

Stay At Home Moms No Longer Struggling To Make Ends Meet

It is hard to be a stay at home mom. You deal with a lot of pressures that most people would not understand. Aside from the cooking, cleaning and kids, you also have the feeling of inadequacy, if you are anything like me. I Love being able to stay at home with the children and I no longer mind the household chores, but I still feel like I am not holding my own. Im sure it's the independent me that strives to do it all. I want to do all that and still make my own money.

Job Search - 6 Tips to Boost Your Campaign

Does your job search feel like a big weight on your shoulders?

The 10 Biggest Career Change Mistakes - And How to Avoid Them

Career change is no walk in the park.

Career Change: A Glittering Invitation To The Emotional Stalkers

As much as you are yearning for career-change, and as much as the trends actually favor it, just contemplating a shift is a glittering invitation to four emotional stalkers who love nothing better than to play a nasty game of team-tag at your personal expense. When you unmask these bandits -- even a little -- they begin to lose their emotional charge ? leaving you free to more fully explore the opportunities to re-invent yourself.

6 Steps to Re-inventing Your Career

Meaningful work honors the deepest part of your being. It is the embodiment of your gifts and talents and all that you value. Finding it in a safe, smart way requires these six steps:

Does Your Career Change Itch or Burn?

Two weeks ago, I received a newsy email from a former client. Dan gave me the scoop on his life and new love, and ended by saying that while work had improved, he was feeling the itch again to go after career change. He would soon give me a call for some personal coaching sessions.

Resurgence of the Time Sheet: Why You Should Write Down Your Workday Activities

One day I walked into my boss?s office and said, ? I think all staff should do a time sheet, including you, from now on.? I definitely surprised her but the results of this request certainly got the attention of all of our staff.

Getting A Leg Up

Legging Up Your Competition

Finding Your Ideal Career

In the current climate, many people are looking away from the traditional job market towards working for themselves. The massive redundancies and job-insecurity has caused many people to radically rethink their career plans. With the ever rising cost of living, many would be happy just earning extra money to support their family and to pay the bills.

Integrity At Work - How Do You Show Up?

As the business sections of today's papers and magazines read more and more like the police blotter, ''Integrity'' is fast becoming a hot topc of conversation in business boardrooms, around water coolers, and in today's business best-sellers. Integrity is defined as walking the talk when it comes to living one's true values, being authentic. Take this self-assessment and explore how you walk your integrity talk when you show up at work.

Resume Tune Up

Employers have fears, uncertainty and DOUBT (the FUD factor) over your ability to actually do what you claim you can do in your resume and cover letter.

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