In my last time management post, I described time passing regardless of someone’s awareness of it and I concluded with this thought, “Becoming aware of time passing is the first step towards managing time.” So, attaining a grasp on noticing the passage[…]
Alright! You got me. I’m guilty. I can be way too hard on myself, and I bet there are a lot of folks out there that do the same thing. We want to be successful, right? We want everything to go our way, right? Well, as a recruiter in this crazy job[…]
“Save the Clocktower!” Remember that line from Back to the Future? It applies just as much here as it did when Marty McFly and Doc Brown needed to time everything perfectly so that Marty could time travel back to 1985.
Although I can’t speak for everyone, I’ll bet there’s a good chunk of you out there who both love AND hate either working from home, in the office, or both. I’m talking about walking that weird tightrope line where you miss the way things used to be[…]
Is Time on Your Radar?
Since the fateful month of March 2020, the world has been flipped turned upside down (far more than when the Fresh Prince moved to Bel-Air). Last year, the job market changed dramatically to the point where it was unrecognizable. Furloughs and firings[…]
Today we’re going to show you how to make your video calls a lot more interesting. We’ve all gotten used to talking at our computers over the last year and a half, and many of us have even created a dedicated space just for those calls. But sometimes you[…]
About a month ago, my pastor posed a challenge for the congregation. She asked, “Have you ever been invited to be uncomfortable?” The question immediately drew me in while making my palms sweat at the same time. I’m thinking, “Don’t go there, preach!”[…]
So, you’re looking for a new gig? Job hunting is always a fun activity (yes, that was heavy sarcasm). But the good news is, it’s an opportunity to hit the reset button. It can allow you to start fresh professionally and choose the work you’ll be doing[…]
Staying positive while doing challenging work is tough, especially when you’re in a production-oriented role like recruiting. How do recruiters find ways of staying upbeat when a lack of available talent (and candidate responses!) is bringing us down?[…]