An honest smile disarms those you talk with and makes connections. Look for joy in what you are doing or talking about and show it by smiling.
In Cubist Art the artist depicts the subject from a multitude of viewpoints & dimensions to represent the subject in a greater context.
Look back at your experiences and profile and see them in a multitude of viewpoints and present the whole story when your selling yourself to a potential employer.
YOUR PROFILE AND RESUME TELL YOUR STORY. When you put them together identify the central theme that is conveyed.
People who are driven to contribute to society are more likely to tell stories about their lives that transition in positive ways. Show your history to be relevant to your goals. Your narrative is your choice and only you can show how experiences connect with the path that you have taken. We can edit, revise and interpret the stories we tell about our lives.
Don’t talk about the mistakes, talk about the meaningful things you learned.
In an interview "Stay on Subject". "On-subject", your the voice of authority and your ideas are focused and compelling. Off-topic you lose your audience and appear to be a flake.
“The future depends on what you do today.” – Mahatma Gandhi. So what is the most important thing that we could do? “Mother Theresa said if everyone swept in front of their house then the end result would be a clean world.” Clean up where you live. Make personal improvements each day.
What do you say when your asked about your greatest weaknesses? Remember that every weakness should be one that, within a professional setting, you learned from. Maybe you talk too much, so you explain that you carry a notepad and take notes to ensure you listen. (go ahead, write that down)
It is your story. If you don't like the way it sounds then rewrite it. Every time you retell your life story you see the plot points different and learn from the past
Looking for what you lost may in your search lead you to finding what you really need
“Listen to the voice of the marketplace and it will tell you what to do”........... What did you learn from your customer? What do they want that they are getting from someone else? Why do they find a competitors product better? Are your customer contacts just transactional? If your on line do you even know who your customer is? Questions lead you to the voice of the marketplace
WORK ETHICS ARE BEING: Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, & Reverent. Value is more than a finished product to sell - it is how you fill your day and what your skills really are.
Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value. –Albert Einstein
Share knowledge, give feedback, let people know you believe in them ...........................HELPING OTHERS MATTERS --We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” – Winston Churchill m
Make a difference help others………………
Should you wear a tie to a job interview? Often the answer is YES, but you would want to wear appropriate clothing for where you are applying. If you wear a tie, then wear it correctly, just touching the belt. Would you hire someone who is wearing a tie too long or even worse too short to meet the public?