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LINKEDIN SECRET: How to make yourself more attractive to employers

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Are you sick of where you are and wondering how to attract more career opportunities?

Then today’s post is for you – keep reading. According to a Wall Street Journal survey – 89% of employers are having trouble finding people with the right soft skills. Today, I want to share with you my LinkedIn secret to…

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Resources Vs Resourcefulness

Resources vs Resourcefulness

When accomplishing your goals, you need resources! But…

…how often have you heard people use a lack of resources as an excuse for not achieving their goals? The distinction is the difference between…

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Why Soft Skills Are Crucial To Career Success

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According to a new paper released from “The Economist Corporate Network (ECN) – Skills 4.0: How CEOs shape the future of work in Asia” – 71.9% of the surveyed CEOs believed that soft skills are more important than hard skills for their business – stats like these shouldn’t be ignored!

What soft skills could you develop that would take your career to another level?

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S.M.A.R.T. Goals

S.M.A.R.T. Goals

Are you making your dreams come true?

S.M.A.R.T. is an acronym that you can use to guide your goal setting and dramatically increase your chances of success and achieve your dreams. S.M.A.R.T. stands for…

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Solve the Real Problem with ‘5 Whys’

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Be an effective problem solver!

As professional you can be so busy solving problems that you only fix surface issues and never the root cause. Use the 5 Whys problem solving technique and drill down to the underlying cause of a problem. Here’s how…

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LEARN FASTER: Know your default learning style

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Do you know your preferred learning style? I didn’t! I hated school and was especially bad at English.

When it comes to processing information, your brain is the most important part of your body. It’s where all thinking, learning, and decision-making takes place. If you know your learning style, then you can learn smarter, not harder! Find out your…

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