Monday, January 14, 2019

How To Answer "Why Do You Want This Job?"

While you’ll likely get thrown a few curveball questions during your interviews, there are some basic interview questions you should expect.

One of those questions is, “Why do you want this job?”

If you don’t have a good answer for this, you can kiss your chances at getting hired goodbye.

What you need to do is showcase your connection story.

What do you respect, appreciate, or admire about this company, over ANY other company? Show them that you want to work here for more than just a paycheck. Show them that you have a personal connection with it, which is a big part of the reason you’re pursuing the role.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Using Goals to Maintain Willpower

It’s been said that success is 99 percent perspiration; if you want to achieve your goals, you must work hard. But no one pushes themselves that hard or perspires that much without strong motivation.

Thus whether you plan to start a book, write a business, or improve your health, you must first find the motivation to succeed. The following tips from Brian Tracy will help you stay motivated for the long haul, persevering and perspiring until you achieve your goals.

Saturday, January 5, 2019

Job Hunting Tips

Searching for a new job can be a job in itself. The job is not finished until you receive the offer of employment. The time between search and success can be frustrating. Follow these tips to avoid becoming discouraged when searching for a job.

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Job Interview Questions and Answers: What Are Your Pay Requirements?

Today we're going to talk about the job interview question "what are your pay requirements?" You may also hear this question worded "how much do you want to make?" and "What kind of salary are you looking for?".

This question can be super awkward. You want to make a good amount of money, but you also don't want to scare them away by giving them a number they can't afford.

Sunday, December 30, 2018

Top Things to Help Plan Your 2019 Goals | Brian Tracy

The novelty of things like New Year’s resolutions are amusing approaches to setting goals. But the inherent problem is that this type of off-the-cuff goal setting doesn’t usually entail a tremendous amount of planning. That’s generally why the vast majority of resolutions are not actualized.

Thursday, December 27, 2018

The Top 3 Habits For Success

Success habit No. 1: Establish good relationships. "It's not just showing up with hat in hand thinking about what you can get from those relationships... It's about what you can give." — Simon T. Bailey