Tag: job interview

How to Hit Curveball Interview Questions Out of the Park

“If you were an animal, what kind of animal would you be?” Or how about, “What is your favorite song and can you perform it for me now?” Actual interview questions, you ask? Yep. They’ve been asked in real live interviews. Once I got, “Sell this this brick to me,” […]

Summary Sunday: Autopilot Doesn’t Work

Get out of autopilot mode and take control of your job search and career by learning new things! There are lots of things you need to know and do in order to successfully find a new job and manage your career. You can’t just set it and forget it. Get […]

Summary Sunday: Lists and More To Help With Job Search

Are you looking for lists of great podcasts or career experts to follow? You’re in luck! This weekly roundup provides those lists and more!  Every week, I scour the web for helpful articles and the ones that do well are highlighted in my Summary Sunday. I hope these articles help you […]

How “I’m Open” Is Killing Your Job Search (and Resume!)

  When a job seeker tells me, “I am open…” when I ask what type of job they are looking for, I roll my eyes. The job seeker is lying when they give me that answer. No… You are not open… If you are a $197,000 Marketing Director in your […]

How “I’m Open” Is Killing Your Job Search (and Resume!)

  When a job seeker tells me, “I am open…” when I ask what type of job they are looking for, I roll my eyes. The job seeker is lying when they give me that answer. No… You are not open… If you are a $197,000 Marketing Director in your […]