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

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On this episode of Own Your Career, learn how successful leaders in all fields, from business to entertainment, consistently use the nine success strategies to achieve their career goals. These strategies focus on positive attitudes and... more

Persuasively discussing your strengths and how they can benefit the employer requires some preparation. Find out how to best deliver responses/answers that work best for business owners and will work great for you as the CEO of... more

In today's business environment, career changes are inevitable. If you cannot find a suitable career opportunity in your field, give serious consideration to alternatives. Use your experiences and your CEO of Me, Inc. mind-set (career... more

Dr. Mary Bemker in her return appearance on "Own Your Career" tackles the topic of Social Intelligence. Social intelligence is the capacity to effectively negotiate complex social relationships and environments. Social intelligence, rather than... more

As a career strategist, I see firsthand how Worry and Fear paralyze today's professionals. As the CEO of Me, Inc. we must find ways to help us through these mind-set obstacles. In this episode of Own Your Career I will share my personal... more

Don Gabor (Author, Conversation and Networking Coach) Don is the author of the bestselling and newly revised book and audio program, HOW TO START A CONVERSATION AND MAKE FRIENDS (Simon & Schuster/Random House... more

The term is tossed around a lot and has millions of interpretations. My view of personal branding relates specifically to being the CEO of ME, Inc. and running your career as a business. Branding is all about image and perception and how... more

At-will employment is a term used in U.S. labor law for contractual relationships in which an employee can be dismissed by an employer for any reason (that is, without having to establish "just cause" for termination), and without warning.... more

The importance of networking is deep-rooted in the brains of both college students and professionals … networking connections will be the most important influences on managing your career and landing a job. Sounds pretty simple,... more

If you want to turbocharge your career and specifically your job search, you'll need to make social networking part of your master connection strategy. Of course you can reject the whole idea too. But with so many people competing for so... more
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