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Yes, You Can Do More Than One Thing At A Time Successfully

Growing up was a little hectic in my family’s household during the 1970s and ’80s, but something I learned was that you can do more than one thing at a time and be good at all of them if you just apply yourself.

 

Here’s my example – and if I learned from it, so can you:

 

My father, the ultimate salesman, could sell anything to anyone and when he entered a room he knew no strangers. ...




Opening a New Location: A Short Guide to Expanding Your Business

Opening a new business location can expand your customer base, allow you to make substantially more money and give you more room for storage and operational activities. If you want to derive the greatest benefit from a second location, you need to make sure that the process of setting it up is handled quickly, efficiently and smoothly. ...




6 Tips for Writing an Effective Resume

Hiring managers and recruiters alike say they've seen more poorly written resumes cross their desks recently than ever before. Attract more interview offers and ensure your resume doesn't eliminate you from consideration by following these six key tips:
 
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Here's the first thing you should do when you start a new job, says top financial advisor

Whether you're fresh out of college or have been in the workforce for a while, starting a job can be difficult. Even if you're performing the same tasks, the workflow is often different. And if you're starting at a new company, the people you work with are probably different, too. ...




7 Resume Myths Debunked

 In the world of work, we often hear a lot of misconceptions when it comes to landing a new job. On one hand, we are told that resumes should not be longer than a page, while on the other hand, we have heard that longer is better. Job seekers have also been told that if they have a targeted resume that should be enough to land a new job. ...




5 Ways to Land Your Dream Job with These Top Interview Tips

Hands up! Who loves the sweaty palm inducing process that is the ‘dream job interview’? So far, you have impressed them with your CV and completed a great application form. You may have aced tests and now comes the face-to-face meeting.
 
Now is your chance to shine and show the interview panel that you have the personality as well as the skills to do the job and fit right into their culture. ...




Break Into the ‘Hidden’ Job Market in 5 Steps

A successful job hunt requires more than scouring through open positions on Monster.com. Though replying to traditional ads is part of the process, tapping into the “hidden” job market can be an even more effective way to land a job you’ll love when you graduate. ...




Career advice from the guy who helped Instagram turbo-charge growth

Eleven years ago, Kevin Weil was headed down a path he had long envisioned for himself: earning a doctorate degree in theoretical physics, with plans to become a full-time professor.
But shortly after he started his Ph.D. program at Stanford University, where he earned a master's degree in the field in 2006, he suddenly changed course. ...




The No. 1 piece of advice two millennial CEOs have for 20-something job seekers

Millennials are now the largest generation in the American workforce, but many of them are still struggling to find that dream job.As the CEOs of diversity recruitment platform Jopwell, Porter Braswell and Ryan Williams have made it their mission to help job seekers find the company that best fits their needs and employs their skills. ...




Hispanics in the US Fast Facts

(CNN)Here's a look at the Hispanic population in the United States.
Facts:The Census Bureau describes Hispanic or Latino ethnicity as "a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin regardless of race. ...