Posted In: Things That Suck

5/30/2014

"Dear Jane, I’m sorry to report some disappointing news to you"

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Posted In: Confidence and Control

3/13/2014

Eliot Peper is the first author for the newly-launched FGPress, the publishing house that will introduce my new book, Sleep Your Way to the Top, to the world in April! He is also my first guest blogger, and I am thrilled with the topic he tackles: commitment. Enjoy the post that follows and please

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Posted In: Confidence and Control

2/10/2014

This is how you find your “A” game. You’ve definitely got an “A” game. Now, go find it! Then bring it!

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Posted In: Confidence and Control

2/4/2014

My good friend and book editor, Suzanne Kingsbury, just sent me this video link... My first reaction to this clip was one of anger—how can people be so stupid and judgmental and intolerant in the year 2014? Then I realized there will always be stupid, judgmental, intolerant people who will criticize us for

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Posted In: The Office

1/6/2014

Happy New Year to You! I love the beginning of a new year because it provides a fresh start to reassess my priorities and set new goals.  This year, my work focus will be getting my book published and then spreading the word about its key messages.  In this first post of 2014, I

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Posted In: Technical Skills

9/5/2013

As has been said, knowing oneself is a key to success in life…and also in business. Speaking for myself, even with thirty years of experience, Jane Knows that she is not so great at negotiating. But believe me, it’s a skill worth having and that’s why I am so happy to share the advice of a real expert on the subject!

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Posted In: First Jobs

5/30/2013

Interview Questions to Expect

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Posted In: First Jobs

5/23/2013

Preparing for the Interview. Interviewing is intimidating, even for the most seasoned professional. But there are several things that you can do to enhance the probability that you will rock!

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Posted In: First Jobs

5/9/2013

Part One: Developing Your Resume Your resume is your calling card. When someone reads it, you need their first thought to be, “I need to meet this person!” But to create that jump-off-the-page document, you need to put some serious effort into outlining your work experience and your educational background. Here’s

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Posted In: Confidence and Control

5/7/2013

Several years ago, I found the book Into Thin Air to be a great guide on the importance of having a strong team as demonstrated by a fateful climb of Mount Everest. Last week, getting to the “top” took on even greater relevance when I heard Erik Weihenmayer speak. As you may have

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