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Announcing The Young Entrepreneurs in Franchising Contest!

Announcing The Young Entrepreneurs in Franchising Contest!

Global Competition Invites Young Entrepreneurs with Big Ideas to Explore Opportunities and Connect with the Franchise Industry LOS ANGELES, Nov. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The average age of the world population is under 30, and with one billion young people entering the workforce, the International…

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How Fashionistas Dress for an Interview

How Fashionistas Dress for an Interview

A slideshow of how you can look your best at the next job interview you go to.

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The Best Talent is Always Open to New Opportunities

The Best Talent is Always Open to New Opportunities

No matter how happy they may seem, everyone is always open to a new challenge.

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Insecurity is a Lack of Self-Validation

Insecurity is a Lack of Self-Validation

Feeling less than fabulous? Maybe even less than good enough? Getting ahead gets a lot easier when you have the confidence to take risks, try new things, and go after what you want. It’s not easy, but it’s definitely a game changer. Kick your insecurities to the curb once and for all!

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Using LinkedIn to Follow Potential Employers

Using LinkedIn to Follow Potential Employers

Many people think of LinkedIn as a tool to network with individuals. While LinkedIn is certainly useful for this purpose, it can also provide invaluable information about which companies you should target during your job search. Did you know that LinkedIn now allows you to…

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How to Communicate Passion in Your Resume

How to Communicate Passion in Your Resume

Many job seekers believe an effective resume is nothing more than a 1-page document choked to the brim with keywords and metrics. Nothing could be further from the truth! While brevity and keywords are important, passion is what piques a hiring agent’s interest and results…

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20 Fantastic Pieces of Advice from 20 Top Executives

20 Fantastic Pieces of Advice from 20 Top Executives

Who doesn’t want to climb the ladder of success to that private high-rise corner office in the sky? You’ve taken everyone’s advice on success from your Uncle Herb to the barista from that Starbucks down the block, but if you’re going to take anyone’s advice, why not take it from the big shots? The wisdom offered from businessmen (and women) from past and present might just be the key to landing your next dream job!

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10 Tips to Turning Your Passion Into Your Career

10 Tips to Turning Your Passion Into Your Career

Showing people how to follow their passion is one of my favorite things to do too, because the buzz in the room is palpable, people light up with excitement on the spot and within days I get a slew of emails and notes telling me in detail how their lives have already started to change. So for all who haven’t had a chance to see me speak in person, I want to share these valuable and actionable tips on how to make a difference in your career immediately!

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Get Mentored by Mark Victor Hansen!

Get Mentored by Mark Victor Hansen!

If you’re an author, entrepreneur, organization leader, inventor or seriously ambitious individual looking to achieve success beyond most people’s dreams, do we have the perfect mentor for you – Mark Victor Hansen! Yes, you read that correctly. All you have to do is tell us why you think Mark should mentor you in the comments section and he’ll pick one person who’s ideas, interest, story or passion is most compelling to him.

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Volunteer Work IS Experience to Highlight on Your Resume

Volunteer Work IS Experience to Highlight on Your Resume

If you find that when you sit down to write your resume, it’s a little shy in the areas of work experience – have no fear, there are other things you can list such as: volunteer work with a charity, professional group or association, even…

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Goal Setting 101

Goal Setting 101

It doesn’t matter if you are a student, a new professional or a workplace veteran who had been working for the past 20 years; knowing how to set goals is a skill everyone should have.  Goals help you organize your time and allow you to…

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Jane Pak on How to Manage Your Assets & Liabilities (Fast Track to Success Video Series)

Jane Pak on How to Manage Your Assets & Liabilities (Fast Track to Success Video Series)

In this video, Jane Pak, CEO of NAWBO-LA (National Association of Women Business Owners), talks about playing up your strengths and spinning your weaknesses to your best advantage. We all have strengths and weaknesses. In business terms: assets and liabilities. Clearly understanding yours can help…

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Mark Victor Hansen Wants You to Make More Money

Mark Victor Hansen Wants You to Make More Money

What’s the one thing the biggest selling author in history wants to tell you? How to make more money! And he knows how too! Mark Victor Hansen has a track record of creating wealth…and making others successful…like no one you’ve ever met. YSN had a chance to meet with him the other day and get an exclusive peek at his latest and greatest project – all designed to make you Rip Roaring Riches. Read more…

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Tips for the College Senior

Tips for the College Senior

The school year isn’t over yet, but I bet that hasn’t stopped you from thinking about what’s next! Most likely you’re eager to begin applying the knowledge you have accumulated over your college career and ready to go out into the workforce. However, after graduation…

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5 Things That Can Hold Your Career Back

5 Things That Can Hold Your Career Back

Uncomfortable? Unhappy?  Unsettled?  Unfulfilled? If any of these descriptors caught your attention and made you say “hmmm”…or flat out “YES,” we need to talk.  You don’t have to live (or work) like this for long.  In order to move your career forward, you may just…

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