Silly Job Interview from Monty Python

Sadly this seems more like reality now… Continue Reading >

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Advice for People in Job Transition

I was recently asked to sit on a panel to answer questions about job transition. Given my move from the corporate project manager to full-time speaker last year, people were interested in how I handled the move. Here are some of the questions I was asked along with my answers: What steps did you take… Continue Reading >

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Resume Bar

Turned this in and he got a PayDay in return… Continue Reading >

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Job Descriptions: Easy and Hard Versions

A redditor asked an interesting question: Explain your job in two ways: first making it sound as complicated/hard possible, second as easy/simple. Here are some of the best descriptions: zylphite: Hard: I oversee the process of colliding quadrillions of subatomic particles into other atoms in a precisely controlled fashion in order to generate a self-sustaining… Continue Reading >

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5 Reasons to Use Humor in an Interview

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When preparing for an interview, it’s likely you have been given the advice to be serious when you meet with people at your prospective job; it’s important to know that advice is absolutely wrong (unless you’re interviewing to be a funeral director, banker (of doom), or to play Buster Keaton in a biopic). It’s true… Continue Reading >

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