Monthly Archives: July 2009

Working From Home

Working from home. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Think of the pressures that get relieved. No commuting, no having to put up with people you’d rather not spend time with at a workplace, dress however you like, the convenience and comfort … Continue reading

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Getting Cover Letters Right

Next to a well constructed resume the only other written document that counts big time in your hunt for a new job is the cover letter. And just like a resume, getting a really good one written requires a lot … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Networking Advantage

One of the great advantages of living and working in New Hampshire is that it can be a relatively close knit community both socially and professionally. Our individual path often cross one anothers’ paths. It’s not unusual to hear through … Continue reading

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NHBR Debut

The New Hampshire Business Review has picked me up as a contributing writer! My debut appearance can be found at http://nhbr.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090703/INDUSTRY18/906309929. I look forward to contributing more pieces concerning the intersection of career development and New Hampshire business news. Please … Continue reading

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Decision Making Examined

How well you cope with and react to improving your career is driven primarily by the quality of your ability to make decisions. Whether a job change is forced on to you by a layoff or the nagging dissatisfaction of … Continue reading

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