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Want a cover letter that conveys your passion and talent and that makes the hiring manager’s day? Make sure you do all of these things.
This simple sales tip will change the way you ask for things—and drastically improve your success rate.
When an interviewer asks, "Do you have any questions for me?" give one of these seven killer responses.
Have five spare minutes before a meeting? Don't waste them—try one of these productive to-dos instead.
"So, what do you do?" is an easy question to answer—when you're employed. When you're not? Try these approaches.
Are your employees leaning on you for every little thing? Here's why—and how to encourage them to be a little more self-reliant.
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