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A Guide to Having a High-Activity Process-Based Job Search

The job search itself boils down to this: You take your brand (who you are) and couple that with the amplification potential of your network (who you know and who they know) and insert them into a High-Activity Processed-Based job search. 

The more action steps you...

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The First 4 Steps to a Great Job Start

Some new employees show up and make a terrific first impression and often, that has powerful downstream implications. They create a kind of ‘Halo Effect’ that leads to a positive assumption that they will be great:

“What a great hire!”

“Put...

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The Single Most Important Job Interview Secret

By: Alan McMillan

I recently read a great book for young people who are transitioning from college to a career. The Bigs, by Ben Carpenter, offers some of the clearest thinking and ‘how-to’ advice I have come across for 18-24 year-olds. In addition to his...

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How to Manage Your Finances: Tips From Ben Carpenter

By: Ben Carpenter

One of the most important aspects of success comes from personal financial management. Despite being a key skill, virtually no young adult understands how to manage their finances well. Simply put, good financial management is nothing more than buying...

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Being Money Smart: Lessons From ‘The Millionaire Next Door’

By: Alan McMillan

I often quote the blockbuster bestseller (a bit dated in its research, but still completely on target) The Millionaire Next Door. The basic lesson is under-consumption for sake of long-term investment and financial freedom. In this work, authors Thomas...

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