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Lessons from HitchBOT: We’re Wired to Network

By Joan Modrinski on August 20, 2015

Social networking proponents have long believed that our ability to connect to each other through sometimes disparate channels is an expression of pure human nature. In other words, we are wired to network. All we need is a common purpose, and a willingness to engage. All this leads to an interesting question: if networking is actually part of our very nature, then why do so many people resist?

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Why Your Resume Doesn’t Support Your Career Path

By Lee Hecht Harrison on July 23, 2015

The path to a more satisfying job will not be found simply by updating your resumé. Long before doing any work on your CV, you need to engage in a journey of self-discovery where you will ask yourself some tough questions both about your current job and your dream job so that your resumé is focused on where you want to go, not where you’ve already been.

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Dig Deep to Stay On Top of Your Career Game

By Tara Veysey on June 11, 2015

When the weather, equipment, opponent, crowds and their own physical condition seem be working against them, top athletes find the way to dig deep, overcome the adversity of the moment and win the match. Here are five traits athletes demonstrate that you can employ to help you dig deep and win in your career.

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