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Ever get nervous when interviewing?
In this episode of Whole U.® TV, Michael Neece - CEO of Interview Mastery reveals how to master interviews . . .
Listen and learn how to:
There seems to be no escaping modern technology. Whether ordering groceries, filling out forms for the government, or trying to schedule a simple teleconference . . . we're asked to interact with screens, platforms, software, and systems.
Some of us may choose to ignore it, avoid it, or even "live off the grid." Whereas others, Like Thomas McGonagle (a Solutions Architect at Armory.io), choose to learn how to manage and leverage technology to...
Imagine: It's Monday again... Are you excited for the work-week ahead? Or do you feel stuck, trapped, and plotting your escape??
In this episode of Whole U.® TV, author Diane Mulcahy, shares an Exit Strategy from her book "The Gig Economy"...
There's a belief that businesses should "sell you what you WANT - but give you what you NEED." And I confess I've mainly focused on the first part of that equation - (helping you improve your resume, and orchestrate a confident career transition) . . .
But I believe what you (we all) REALLY need goes well beyond a better resume, new job, fancier title, or bigger paycheck (although of course those can be very fun!) What we NEED is to take...
For many, interviewing is a dreaded performance that feels disjointed and nerve-racking. For others, it’s an exciting chance to express themselves with ease. Either way, the interview is THE most important part of the job search. All of the work you put into your resume, cover letter and networking, was to get you an interview!
The Whole U. community hosted a true expert to cover this important topic: Michael Neece, the CEO of Interview Mastery -...
At long last! Society is realizing that the “typical” 9-5 office job is not the ONLY option to build a successful career. Creative job seekers are recognizing that there are other routes to fulfillment - namely “The Gig Economy” - which allows people to:
To learn more, the...
As concerts, movie premieres and live performances continue to get canceled, virtual events are becoming the “new normal.” Yes, there's the added benefit of not having to commute far from your home, but many are dreading the thought of spending more time trapped behind their computer screens.
By utilizing tools and practices effectively, virtual events can be “the next best thing.” Productive experiences can still be had . . . and can even be fun....