Checklist to Build Self Confidence for Career Success

Everybody occasionally struggles with self confidence. But some have continuing low self esteem. Their lack of confidence is a big obstacle. Here are valuable tips to build confidence for career success.

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To Avoid the Agony of Lost Luggage: 7 Precautions

You’ve confidently waited at the airport’s carousel for your luggage. But it wasn’t there. Your hands began to perspire as you became more apprehensive. Next came the migraine. If an airline has ever lost your luggage, you know how aggravating it is. Here’s how to prevent it.

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‘Video Marketing Cheat Sheet’ to Attract Customers

You and I can probably agree on the value of videos in marketing. Videos make it possible for prospects and customers to better visualize your products and services. Right?

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Are You Discouraged from Low Pay? Perhaps it’s Your Cynicism

Cynics – people with a distrustful nature and who appear to be selfish – earn less money than their co-workers, according to a study involving three large research projects in Europe and the U.S.

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Selling Your Firm? Is ESOP a Good Option? Yes

If you’re thinking about retirement and want to sell your business, you might wish to consider the benefits of selling it to your employees via an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP).

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Looking for Your 1st Big Job? Think like a Boss

What do employers really want when they hire young college graduates? The key for you is to think like a boss. So put yourself in their shoes to cut through the clutter of your competing applicants.

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Marketing Tips via Mobile Devices, Reviews, Coupons

Digital marketing opportunities keep growing and growing. For instance, 70 percent of consumers research product reviews while they shop in stores. Ninety percent are relying on their mobile devices as they make in-store buying decisions.

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Millennial Manager: Earn Respect, Get Results with 6 Tips

It can be tough to manage baby boomers. Not because they’re difficult workers. Your learning has just begun. Remember a lot of baby boomers know they have more experience than you; perhaps even in management.

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The 3 A’s to Survive an Emotional Business Loss

Business executive: If you’re distraught over business conditions, my condolences as you’re not alone. Lots of businesses have financial issues. The good news is you can survive an emotional business loss with the three A’s.

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5 Traits of People Who Deliver Bad News Well

Are you nervous about giving bad news to others? Do you wish you were good at it? If you answer yes to either question, here are five traits of good messengers.

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Seattle business consultant Terry Corbell provides high-performance management services and strategies.