By G. L. Hoffman
The Not-So-Serious occupation instruction manual. the place Else are you able to recover from 200, actual international demonstrated rules for locating a greater activity, or preserving the single you've got? With DIG YOUR activity, each web page can assist spell the adaptation among discovering a good job....and settling for one you hate. the information come at you quickly and concisely. the writer, himself a winning entrepreneur, has little time to waste. He writes at once, virtually bluntly, yet supplies the guidelines with a hearty dose of humor...the ebook is as effortless to learn as comedian book... a rarity this present day. this isn't a monotonous booklet. although it is damaged up in over 2 hundred segments in order that each stands alone... we dare you to learn only one
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6. ” 7. Ask advice even when you already know the answer. 8. ” 9. Don’t forget that we know how to do three things on the computer: we can send and receive emails (we just discovered the ‘ﬁnd’ feature; we can open up Word, but we can’t use the correction feature) and we can Google things. 10. Don’t try to explain gigabites. That’s about all for now. How ‘bout them Bears? com go to Table of Contents 22 DIG YOUR JOB Little Overlooked Things Can Destroy a Company Culture A company culture trumps its products, services, or even people.
Multi-task, multi-skill, multi-talent. Sometimes it doesn’t matter if you are the best left handed XRay technician in the clinic, if XRay technicians are being laid off, you are on the list. ” one says to the other. “I don’t care about HIM, all I have to do is outrun YOU,” says the other. Same for people going through a layoff, all you need to do is be just a little more valuable than the other guy. 2. Do a great job. In most cases, the layoffs happen ﬁrst to the average or mediocre performers.
Before the Interview, Use the Google Before showing up at the interview, Google the company and the person you are interviewing. It only makes sense. If you want to really impress the interviewer come prepared to ask questions about the company and the interviewer. If the interviewer blogs, read the blogs Find any company oriented blogs via technorati or bloglines, read them. Often the blogs will give you some ofﬁcial and not-so-ofﬁcial insights into the company. Find the interviewer on Ryze, LinkedIn, Facebook, MySpace, ZoomInfo or almost any other social networking site.
DIG YOUR JOB: Keep it or Find a New One by G. L. Hoffman