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1. Read voraciously literature related to your career Many books are absolute business classics in a general sense and others may be very specific to your chosen domain; consult book reviews and industry journals when uncertain and always aim to stay ahead of the curve in your career reading.

Failure is not optional, it is essential for success.  The sooner that a CEO or a business can understand this fundamental fact, the better the business will become.

1. The most qualified candidate does not necessarily get the job offer

Many times, candidates with lesser qualifications get job offers simply because they’ve prepared and presented themselves in a more compelling way. They “package” themselves better, with an outstanding portfolio of career documents and oral presentation skills. The winning candidate is the one who knows how to tie his or her achievements, strengths and assets directly to the employer’s needs, problems and challenges.

Do you work with one or more co-workers who SERIOUSLY annoy you? Is there someone in your office whose habits and behavior patterns just “drive you crazy?” When you’re working eight hours a day in close quarters – or even in cubicles – some would say that it’s only a matter of time before some of your colleagues will really start to get on your nerves. This problem is much more common than you might think!

 Here are just a few of the “charming” quotations viewers shared as examples of annoying behavior demonstrated by their colleagues:

Cover letters are not so much a part of your “Job Seeker’s Tool Kit” as they are part of the implementation of your overall “self marketing” strategy. That’s right – a cover letter is a sales presentation in disguise!


    With cover letters, you’re reaching out for a very tangible goal – a job interview. Cover letters are the most commonly used method to introduce your credentials to an employer. And they can serve as one of your strongest selling tools!


1. Always be Learning.

Should you leave a job for money? A promotion? Maybe. But the number one way you know it's time to go is when you feel like you've stopped learning new things."


2. Get experience.

nothing is impossible.

I woke up today with a different feeling. It is the same day, I see the same people and eat almost the same food I have been eating for the past years. It is the same me. But what I feel is the urge to have more.....

I do not want to continue being the same old me...I want to improve certain areas in my life.


We do not pay for the feeling of determination neither do we get punished for simply dreaming and wanting more.....being ambitious.


Please do not be comfortable just being in one place. Change is constant and only God and Fools dont change.

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This could be you..............


Inspirational career stories

Read some inspirational stories about people who have overcome many obstacles in their lives to reach their career goals.

Sometimes getting the job that you want – and the life that you want to lead – may seem almost impossible. 

Everyone faces obstacles of one sort or another. For example, maybe you: