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Sometimes You Just Need Someone Else To Help

One of the most rewarding things I get to do in my business is working with clients one to one to help them land their next job. When they reach out initially, they are often really struggling. They are working hard. But just aren’t getting the results that they want. Confidence or loss of confidence is more common than […]

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20 Questions To Ask Yourself Before A Job Interview

Your marketing has done its job.  You have got an interview for the job. All you need to do is show up, perform well and the job offer will  follow. If only it was that easy. Most organisations will typically invite 5 or 6 to interview for the role. So you have an 80-85% of rejection and a 15-20% […]

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Making an Impact In Job Interviews

As the candidate the job interview is a great opportunity for you to shine and get the job offer. Of course it’s easy to say this but actually making it happen is somewhat different. You know that to increase the likelihood of being offered the job, you are going to have to make an impact. […]

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