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Four Steps to Make Your Own Luck

By Helene Cavalli on April 23, 2013

Benjamin Franklin once said, “Diligence is the mother of good luck” and it turns out today’s psychologists agree. Well, more specifically, we create our own good luck through hard work and the right attitude.

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How to Handle the First 72 Hours After a Job Loss

By Greg Simpson on February 11, 2013

Research shows that how you handle the first 72 hours after you have lost a job will profoundly affect your job search in the weeks ahead. A haphazard or knee-jerk approach can lead to unnecessary mistakes. The following activities will help you prepare to launch your search effectively and set the stage for future success.

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Does Your Job Feel Like “Groundhog Day”?

By James Greenway on January 31, 2013

Is your workday an endless time loop – going through the motions, performing the same tasks, giving the same responses, getting the same results, day after day? Here are some tips to get you out of a “groundhog day” rut.

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6 Steps for Planning a Post-Retirement Career

By Helene Cavalli on January 3, 2013

Is retirement on the horizon for you? Are you thinking about what’s next? The concept of retirement is changing dramatically. Many individuals contemplating retirement are looking to extend their careers beyond the traditional retirement age of 65. But creating a rewarding post-retirement career requires careful assessment and planning.

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