Tag Archives: career development

The Key to Creating Valuable Relationships


Recently I was reminded of the importance in giving to receive. Naturally we tend to have an expectation of others to give to us without first considering how we can be of service to them. When we go about our … Continue reading

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5 Personal Branding Tips to Help Boost Your Career


Everything you say either helps your brand or hurts it. When you post comments or thoughts on various social networking sites your connections get an idea of who you are. Through such communication people form an opinion about you and make a mental … Continue reading

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4 Easy Steps to Writing a Professional Bio


Here’s how answering four simple questions can help you create a short-bio in a matter of minutes! Professional Bio’s are your chance to share all your achievements and notable career accomplishments with your audience in a small paragraph or summary … Continue reading

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Why Honesty in Business Equals Success Part 2


What does honesty really mean?  Here’s the real truth. Being honest is a learned behavior. How it begins: It’s a natural instinct to be untruthful. It starts when we are young, we make a mistake, break something, go against our … Continue reading

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Resume Tips!


Great starting tips to revamp your resume! Mary V. Davids is Principal Consultant at D&M Consulting Services, LLC. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management and a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management. Mary has over a decade of … Continue reading

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Great Infographic – Interviewing 101


Interviewing can make or break your opportunity to get ahead in your career. It creates a first impression and a lasting impression at the same time. Be aware of your facial expressions, your posture, and articulation. Read my blog post … Continue reading

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