Month: February 2020

6 Time Management Tips for Work

We’ve all heard the phrase work smarter, not harder right? Well in today’s hectic world, it can be tremendously difficult to effectively prioritize and successfully meet your goals–especially with the demands in the workplace and at home, it’s challenging to balance professional responsibilities and personal life, especially when your time […]

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Milestone 3: Gain Experiences

Securing a high quality internship or professional experience that helps you develop the skills necessary for your future is a key step to preparing for your post-graduation goals. We recommend that you target a position within a professional setting under the supervision of a practicing professional. This may include internships, […]

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Work Hard to Build Trust With Your Clients

As a business owner, do you consider yourself a salesperson? If you don’t already, then you should. Anyone who is in business is in sales. And sales often boils down to relationships. You know the old adage that “People buy people” right? Building and maintaining relationships is a key skill […]

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Answering the Dreaded Salary Question

It has probably happened to you, right? You are in an interview, well prepared and confident in your answers. Then suddenly the interviewer asks, “So, what are your salary expectations?” Blindsided, you don’t know what to say or how to even approach your answer. Should you have seen this coming? […]

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Help! What do I put in my resume?

“Can I see your resume?” “Bring a copy of your resume!” “You need a resume!” “Update your resume!” How many different messengers in your life have shared one of these “helpful” comments as you prepare for an internship or job search, or finish a grad school application?  Don’t let the […]

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Category Archives: Bad Habits

By Chemeketa SBDC A wealth of current research tells us that the most critical factor in controlling undesirable turnover and increasing retention of talented people are the skills of managers. People join companies but they leave managers. Satisfied employees are critical to the success of your business. If they’re not happy […]

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