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featured 5 Ways to Be an Incredible Leader

      5 Ways to Be an Incredible Leader February 24, 2014 1. Look to lead. Seek opportunities to lead people. Head a team on a small project or lead a volunteer group — anything that will give you some practice. 2. Get your BOD in shape. Create a personal board of directors — people you […]

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featured Are You Paying Attention in Your Interview?

    What to Notice Around the Office When You Go For a Job Interview   Jacquelyn Smith, November 5, 2012 You just arrived for a job interview. As you wait in the reception area your mind is racing. But instead of running through your rehearsed responses to possible questions again, use that time to survey the […]

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featured Meredith – Featured Guest on ABC’s The Revolution

  Meredith – Featured Guest on ABC’s The Revolution 5 Tough Love Tips for Finding a Job

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featured See Meredith on CNN

See Meredith on CNN – Meredith talked recently with CNN on balancing work and life for women with the recent pregnancy announcement from Yahoo CEO, Marissa Myer. Meredith says that balancing work and life is a big concern for many of her top clients.  In fact, Haberfeld goes on to discuss this being a big […]

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How To Take A Stress-Free Vacation From Your Stressful Job

How To Take A Stress-Free Vacation From Your Stressful Job (Originally posted on Forbes.com) By Jacquelyn Smith – June 26 2012 Vacation is meant to be a time of respite during which you can rest and recharge – but for some, taking a break from work can be more stressful and arduous that going in […]

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How to Ignore Distractions in the Workplace

How to Ignore Distractions in the Workplace (Originally posted on Forbes.com) By Jacquelyn Smith – June 22 2012 Some of us get pushed off balance by the slightest interruptions at work, while others easily tune out distractions. The truth is, nobody is completely attentive to their work 100% of the time–and we can all use […]

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Fox Business – What College Students Should Do During Summer Break

  By Emily Driscoll March 25, 2011 With the spring semester in full swing, many college students are eagerly awaiting summer break. While there’s nothing wrong with a little down time and fun in the sun, students should use the three-month break to beef up their resumes with career-related experience. While the job market shows […]

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Wall Street Journal – Jobless rates vary but moving for work is risky

  Jobless rates vary but moving for work is risky By Ruth Mantell, March 8, 2011 WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) States’ unemployment rates vary widely and job seekers may be tempted to move to where the employment grass is greener, but it’s important to assess the situation carefully before you start packing your belongings. The unemployment rate […]

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Yahoo – 7 tips for balancing school, work, family… and everything else in your life

  By Jennifer Berry January 31, 2011 If you’re anything like me, you’re struggling to balance family responsibilities, a job (or two!), and time for yourself. The danger in trying to do it all is that you risk things falling through the cracks. This can be especially true for women trying to go back to […]

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