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Own Your Career with Rod Colon

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Helping students and professionals manage their career as a business - the CEO of Me, Inc.

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If you've got a lousy boss right now I feel your pain. It can really tap the enjoyment from what might otherwise be a rewarding role, leave you feeling undervalued, and wondering whether you should begin searching for something... more

Corporate Executive Frank Gomez has mentored countless millennials to own their careers. Seeking the counsel of experienced professionals is critical for the CEO of ME, Inc. success. Use them as role models, sounding boards for your... more

Taxes and accounting don't have to be intimidating. For more than 25 years, I have helped business owners and company executives make dollars and sense out of their accounting processes and taxes. Over the past several years, I... more

When asked about my salary requirements, I never know what to say. If I say a low figure, they have no reason to offer more money. If I give a figure that's too high, they may disregard me as a candidate. What's the right response? In this... more

Four outstanding Center for Hispanic Policy, Research & Development Fellows are my guest to discuss how millennials can thrive embracing the CEO of Me, Inc. mind-set. Xavier Angeles, Shannel Paulino, Paola Ramos and Bridget Velez.... more

In this episode of Own Your Career, Rod with cover how to stay in touch with members of your network ... your career lifeline. If 80 percent of success is just showing up, then 80 percent of building and maintaining relationships is just... more

You may not always intend to send nonverbal messages, but everything about your appearance, every movement, every facial expression, every nuance of your voice has the potential to convey meaning. While nonverbal communication can... more

A resume is written to impress, not to inform. Think of it as a marketing tool, not a historical record. It is valuable real estate. Use it for your most impressive information. If you don't list any accomplishments in your resume, chances are... more

Are you receiving satisfaction and value in proportion to your life energy expended? Most people are so caught up in living their lives that they don't think of sitting down and deciding what they want to do in life. There is a strong... more

"Everybody else goes out there and gets the job they want. Everybody else makes lots of contacts, has lots of friends. What's wrong with me?" Being true to yourself is difficult when you're afraid of other people's opinions of you. It's... more
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