Tired of sitting behind your computer submitting mind-numbing job applications and never getting to talk to a real person? Participating in job fairs is a great way to put a human face on what is often a frustrating and lonely process. This article provides some concrete ways to make job fairs a part of your job search strategy.
Are you at a major career and life juncture and struggling with the important "what's next?" decision? Are you lost in false choices, choice overload, distractions and soul-sucking busyness, the constant search for validation, and nagging self-doubt? If so, here are five proven strategies to create some breathing room for creative, yet productive decision making. This is learning for the journey.
Several weeks ago I was asked to make a presentation at the Women's Business Center of North Alabama (WBCNA) for a networking series called Strong Women, Strong Coffee. Amazingly, a room full of women and a few stalwart men got up at the crack of dawn and came out to hear me speak. I was both amazed and humbled. I was asked to share some of my "keys to success." One of the most important lessons I have learned is how to contribute without selling my soul.