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The Signs of a Possible Layoff

In today’s economic climate, many companies are struggling to maintain their profitability and stay afloat. Unfortunately, this often means that they must resort to layoffs in order to cut costs. If you are concerned about your job security, it is important to be aware of the signs that a layoff is imminent. Here are some of the most common indicators that your company may be considering a layoff. Continue reading The Signs of a Possible Layoff

How To Stay Motivated When You’re Job Searching

Searching for a new job can be a challenging and often demotivating process, especially if you have been looking for a while. It can be easy to get discouraged and lose motivation, but staying motivated is crucial to finding the right job. Here are the ten best ways to stay motivated during a job search. Continue reading How To Stay Motivated When You’re Job Searching

The Case for Being in Perpetual Forward Motion

Perpetual forward motion refers to the idea of continuously moving forward, without ever stopping or slowing down. While it may seem like an exhausting concept, there are several compelling reasons why perpetual forward motion could be a desirable state: Continue reading The Case for Being in Perpetual Forward Motion

Have a Career Roadmap: Don’t Just Go Along for the Ride

Most career coaching clients come to me after flooding the job boards with resumes and coming up empty handed. What they don’t realize is that having a laser focus on what you want your next career step to be comes before doing your resume, updating your LinkedIn Profile, and applying to hundreds of postings on job boards. It’s not their fault. No one has shown them a career roadmap. Until now. Continue reading Have a Career Roadmap: Don’t Just Go Along for the Ride


Maintain a unique consistent brand image and voice across all social media profiles

Choose the best social media platforms for your target customer and identify the best times to post.

Integrate all your social media profiles and maintain a consistent presence and voice so you are easy to follow on all your social media accounts.

Study influencers and take their lead in your area of expertise. Take the time to analyze their posting habits, social networks, and content to see what you could improve upon. Study how their followers respond to their content and learn best practices from their self-branding techniques. Take what you observe and test it on your own social media networks.

Design a lucrative content and social media posting schedule.

Make engaging and uplifting posts part of your personal branding strategy.

Get active on social media groups and forums.

Audit yourself online. Google yourself. Start listening in on what people are saying about you.

Basic Do’s and Don’ts of Social Media

● Use different accounts or profiles for your professional and personal communications.
● Build a reputation for honesty.
● Be respectful and nice.
● Don’t react too quickly.
● Always spell check.
● Use hashtags strategically.
● Don’t spam your followers’ feeds.
● Don’t follow people just for numbers.
● Consider your tone: bragging and complaining never go over well.
● Don’t post anything you would not want your coworkers or potential employer or client to see.
● Treat people how you would want to be treated and show respect to others: there is always a person on the other side of the screen.
● Don’t abuse your network; you don’t have to post everything you do all of the time: some things should be left private.


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