Yearly Archives: 2013

Change One Word – Triple Your Chances of Being Found

One of the cornerstones of The Portable YouTM approach to career and work search is that you must describe and advertise yourself using the same language your potential customer uses. At the simplest level, this doesn’t involve analytics or expensive SEO … Continue reading

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Reaching Your Goals: When Effort Isn’t Enough

“I put great effort into life in general. I really try, but I seem to have no effect,” she writes, her tone bordering on petulance. “We all know,” she continues, “that insanity is doing the same thing over and over … Continue reading

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How Investing An Hour Up Front Can Dramatically Reduce Your Job Search Effort

Trying to decide where you want to work next? Being pulled back and forth by conflicting priorities, and chasing dozens of potential leads, and the faster you go, the more you end up nowhere? One of the components of the Portable You approach … Continue reading

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