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September 2014


You can't erase job history gaps on your resume but you can be prepared to know what to say if asked.  

I always make sure my clients are prepared for any networking or interview questions that may come up. Being prepared for your interview is very important. 

You can practice mock interviews with a good friend or family member, or even consult a professional coach to make sure you are ready to shine. 


We've all learned from the first day of school that you gotta look good to make a lasting first impression! 

You may need a new professional bag for an interview and to hold your career search notes and supplies. 

There are many options out there for professional bags, use the variety as a chance to have fun and find something that fits your personality and job goals. You can get tips from blogs or start by window shopping on Pinterest

The career search isn't just about lists and goals- make sure to take time to enjoy yourself and build confidence.

Once you've got your new "backpack" it's time to get your new career search tools in your bag and keep up the hard work!


Cut out negative energy from your career search!  

What is holding you back? Do you need to put yourself around some positive energy to help you get started? Do you need a career coach, career buddy, mentor, or a close friend to get you moving?

Don't get stuck, keep trying to find a way to move forward and remember that your goal of a job you love is worth all the hard work. 

Pencil & Paper

Just like in school days, sometimes a pencil and a fresh piece of paper can be your most valuable materials for getting the assignment done.

It's time to get realistic goals on paper.  

Think about your strengths and qualifications. Jot it all down, scribble, write sloppy! Don't be self-conscious about your brainstorming, be honest and eventually you will have clarity and realistic goals.

Then, update your resume and LinkedIn profile. Having both is so important in this day and age, and keeping your information current is vital.