Tag Archives: work

How to Prepare for a Job Interview

February 23, 2016 by Margaret Townsend

Use these job interview tips to settle your nerves, go to your interview with confidence and succeed in getting hired. Reflect On Your Successful Job Application and Mentally Prepare Yourself First of all, if you are reading this because you’ve got an upcoming job interview, congratulations! You’ve obviously impressed the recruiter with your application and […]

Career Advice: How to Love Your Job

June 15, 2015 by Margaret Townsend

Do you put time, but no energy or passion into your job?  Sleepwalking through the day at work means you are daydreaming away two thirds of your life.  According to Gallup research, less than a third of employees are engaged in their jobs so you are not alone but that small comfort doesn’t make your […]

Privacy Central to Changing Jobs and Dating

April 26, 2015 by Margaret Townsend

Like the formal dating scene, especially for those of us changing jobs, in our job search we need privacy and great matches, not social noise. Seeking Social Media Benefits Recently a friend has been sending me invites to join a travel based social site, where you can rate locations and share advice and tips with […]

Is HR philosophy stifling your ingenuity at Work?

March 20, 2015 by Margaret Townsend

If you are losing yourself in an effort to ‘fit in’ at work then it is time to read this career advice. And if HR practices are really stifling your ingenuity then it may even be time to move on While browsing issues relating to employer behavior recently, I nearly fell off my chair when […]

Careers: 18 people Americans Most Widely Admired in 20th Century

January 19, 2015 by Margaret Townsend

They are your heroes – they had amazing and fulfilling careers. Find out what they really did and some of their best quotes Martin Luther King championed Civil Rights for all races and fought for it but not through physical battle, through non-violent means.  He is one of Americans’ most widely admired people from the 20th century. […]