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  • by Daniel Martinage - December 22, 2008
    With the economy in drag and the naysayers out in full force, you may want to lay low and wait for the abyss to pass. But blending in (or out) in tough times is not smart. To stand out in dark times you need to add color and glitz to your repertoire, and there is no better time for a job search makeover than at the start of a new year. Here are some suggestions for adding sparkle to your career transition or job search:...
  • by Daniel Martinage - July 1, 2008
    If you ask people what career coaching is, many will say it involves helping someone find a job. While this is true in many cases, career coaching is significantly more far-reaching. Career coaching is an ever-expanding field as more people look to coaches to help them create and achieve short- and long-term career objectives. Some of the areas where a career coach can support you include: Assessments — a number of prof...
  • by Daniel Martinage - October 30, 2007
    Looking for a job is tough enough without suffering “job search paralysis”—a condition often caused by seemingly unending rejection letters and the ambiguity around your job search. Here are some tips to prevent loosing your sizzle during your job search. Keep your eye on the prize—remember to stay focused on where it is that you’re headed and why. A new job can change your life dramatically—more money, responsibility and...
  • by Daniel Martinage - May 24, 2007
    Networking is one of the best ways to uncover opportunities, especially when looking for a new job, but many of us shudder at the thought of getting out there and meeting new people. How many of you have ever stalled at the entrance of a business of social event paralyzed at the thought of having to approach and talk with strangers? Most of us have heard that public speaking is one of the greatest human phobias, but “working...