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I started to write this column five years ago. I decided to write it because I enjoyed getting my ideas down on paper. I’ve received quite a few compliments (thank you), but it’s always been my goal to write something that makes the reader think, “Wow, that’s good advice that will help me or maybe someone in my family.” Read more

The most widely-accepted perception of career advancement is entering the management ranks. At first it sounds appealing because it means a pay raise, and you have the authority to fix all those ridiculous policies you never agreed with in the first place. It’s your chance to make a difference and let’s face it, it feels good to finally be in charge. Read more

Imagine what it’s like to find your job. I’m not talking about a good job; I’m talking about your dream job. Imagine getting up in the morning and being so excited to get to work. Why am I calling it work? It’s not work, it’s something you would do for nothing. Read more

First impressions can be misleading, but it’s something that happens in every job interview. If you approach someone with an open mind and invest the time to get to know them, then first impressions become less important. But, in the real world we have thousands of brief encounters, and we make judgments about people based on first impressions. Read more

Let’s face it. Most 50-year-olds aren’t too excited about learning new skills and changing jobs before they retire. Please, just let me hold on for another 10-15 years and let the next generation worry about new technology and finding stable employment. Read more

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