Monthly Archives: May 2013

BASEBALL AS A METAPHOR FOR ATTORNEY JOB SEARCH

This warmer weather has a lot people thinking about our national pastime.  Some would say the national pastime over the past few years has been finding employment, but historically we are talking about the country’s passion for baseball!  In fact, … Continue reading

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Your brain is playing tricks on you.

One of my favorite authors is business guru Seth Godin.  In several of his books he outlines how fear of the unknown and aversion to change causes inaction and maintains the status quo.  Read The Linchpin for more details, but … Continue reading

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ATTITUDE IS EVERYTHING

  Going into an interview there are some things you can control and others you cannot.  You cannot control how much or what type of experience you have.  You cannot control your prior educational background or work history.  Presumably, you … Continue reading

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SPRING CLEANING (A Career Checklist)

It’s springtime (finally) and that means spring cleaning is upon us.  Clean the house, box up the winter clothes and donate what you are never going to wear again (remember that lime green jacket you have – you’re never going … Continue reading

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NO LONGER A BUYER’S MARKET

Inventory has been high the past few years.  Buyers have had their choice of multiple options and could afford to take their time in making the best selection. Negotiations have been heavily favored towards buyers as well.  Times are starting … Continue reading

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