I recently had someone reach out to me asking what to do when starting out a job search when you want to make a career change. I instantly responded and said there was way too much for a DM, and that I would write a whole blog about it for her. Michelle, this one’s for you! Continue reading “Career Change: How To”
Focusing, in general, can be pretty tough, but I find that being totally focused at work is even harder. Especially when I really need to buckle down and get a lot of work done.
I blame it on my phone and technology, but today I am not going to theorize on the impact technology has on our attention span. Instead, I want to focus on what we can do to stay focused at work every day.
These are some simple but really effective ways to stay focused and on task at work, every day. Continue reading “How to Focus at Work”
The three C’s and how they can apply to anything in life. Clarity, Confidence, Compassion.
I started my 200 hour yoga teacher training program about 3 weeks ago. It was something I always wanted to do and there was an accelerated program being offered at the studio near me, so I decided to take the jump and enroll. And BOY do I LOOOVE it. Love love love love it. I have loved yoga for so many years and finally taking my learning to the next level is just so interested and intoxicating. This is probably going to be the first of many blogs that I write about my experience, just a heads up. 😉
Last week, we learned about “teaching fundamentals” and we went over “The 3 C’s”. The 3 C’s are characteristics you want to portray throughout your class. They are Clarity, Confidence, and Compassion. Continue reading “The 3 C’s To Live By”
Working remotely has become not only a common practice in companies today, but it has almost become expected by candidates to be able to at least one day a week. I found a study to back this assumption and it said that 70% of people globally work from home one day a week, then there is another 50% work remotely half of a week. As a recruiter talking to people all day, I have found that a lot of candidates won’t even be interested in a role without being able to work from home at least one day a week. Then, in that same article my observation was backed by a study claiming that ⅓ of workers would change their jobs for the ability to work from home.
Now that I have been working remotely for 2-3 days a week for almost three years, I completely understand WHY people love to work from home and why they require it.
The reasons I love to work from home are:
I am more productive.
I spend less time commuting.
I get to wear pjs or sweats all day.
I am more relaxed and less stressed during the day.
**It allows me to have more time in a day while still getting in a full day of work. Continue reading “How I Work From Home”
When it comes to preparing for an interview, there are many different things that you can do to get ready. I wrote another blog called “Interview Like a Pro”, which outlined four simple things you can do to prep for an interview.
To take your preparation one step further, I wanted to add three things that you could do specifically on LinkedIn before an interview to gain an additional edge. Continue reading “Top 3 Things To Do On LinkedIn Before An Interview”
In this blog, I try to make it a combination of work and play. For most of us, that’s what our lives primarily consist of working our real-time jobs and then whatever we do outside of work, which isn’t always “play” or fun, but you get the idea!
Since I am a recruiter and interview people all day every day, I give career advice and interview advice from what I have experienced in hopes that it will help you when the time comes. Continue reading “What makes YOU an attractive candidate”
Relationship advice from a recruiter…
When I first started recruiting my boss at the time would always compare the situations we were working through to relationships. Leaving your company is like breaking up with a significant other, and how attentive a candidate is during an interview process shows how interested they are in the job, or a relationship.
At first, I thought it was a bit out there, “how could a business transaction be like a relationship?”. But the more examples they gave, and the more time I recruited and worked through those deals, I started to realize just how accurate that comparison is. Continue reading “How badly do you REALLY want it?”