This four-step mantra is the ultimate key to success. Call, stalk, email, repeat. And, by stalk, we mean research, do your homework and follow-up. In any career, communication skills are essential, but even more important than the initial outreach is the follow-up.  You can sit at your desk sending...

You are prepared, you have worked hard, your resume is ready - all that and your hiring, or lack there of, comes down to one thing - the impression you make in the interview. If you present yourself as personable, hard working, well spoken, and easy to work with,...

You've got your first job, everything is going well. Just as you are getting comfortable, it's gone. This happens, it's part of the game. There will be setbacks and failures - some no fault of your own, others all of your own doing. Whatever the scenario, you need...

Show up first, leave last, ask questions, and make yourself totally indispensable. When it's time to hire someone, an employer is more likely to hire the individual standing in front of them over a highly skilled online application. You can be the best at your...

Had a recent failure, an epic one? Be quiet. Learn more about yourself; pray, mediate, do whatever it is you need to do to find silence and look within. This is one of the hardest things to learn to do but will pave your road to...

The phone can be your personal key to success. You can email, text, insta, or snap all day long, but you can't ignore the power of a person-to-person connection. By getting on the phone and taking a genuine interest in the individual at hand, that person will be...