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Article Title: Forrest Gump’s Guide to Selling Success Author Byline: Peggy McKee – the Sales Recruiter Author Website: http://www.phcconsulting.com/ From Forrest Gump’s Guide to Becoming a Gazillionaire, on OnMoneyMaking.com: Who taught Elvis how to dance, received the Congressional Medal of Honor, got Nixon impeached, became the world ping-pong champion, built a national shrimping empire, and […]

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Oh man, I’ve been TAGGED by Troy Bettinger of NotJobs. I’ve been tagged before, by my buddy Jason (not related to Jessica) Alba [and yes you can scroll down to the end and find a fresh pic of our favorite eye-candy] and enjoyed the links that game provided as well as getting to learn about […]

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I read an interesting blurb that I thought I would ask for opinions on. A woman has sued a restaurant chain over being asked to leave because she was breast feeding her child in public view. What are your thoughts? By the way, you can read breaking restaurant news and stories on our corporate website […]

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Back in March wrote a post, actually more of an invitation, about connecting to me on LinkedIn. At the time I was approaching 4 million people in my network. I had gotten the idea from my good friend Dave "El Dave" Mendoza. He has a post where he invites people to connect to him on […]

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I was listening to one of my favorite talk radio show hosts yesterday on XM radio – Larry Elder. Since anyone who is heavily bent to either side of the political dial will probably know who that is, I may have just lost 50% of my audience, that’s OK. The 50% who stay around to […]

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Today I launch into a new series – Top 10 Ways to Blow Getting the Job. Now it’s been a little while since I’ve done a series and I hope that many of my readers will find this one particularly useful. The topic I am going to cover should be near and dear to anyone […]

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Last week I discovered something that I had to fix. Not long ago I created a PDF of a popular series of posts that I had done here. Pat Lefler (who has a very good blog called "Intrepid ideas…and other musings") had made the suggestion that I make the series "10 Ways to Make Recruiters […]

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My friend Jason Alba [don’t worry there will be the usual eye candy at the end of my posting] is running a special on the incredibly powerful career management toolset, JibberJobber.  The details are listed below.  If you know what’s good for you, you’ll get your butts over there and sign up.  There is also […]

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Not often do I ask a favor of my readership, but today I am. I really don’t need I dime, I need your input. If you don’t have much time to read today, either come back when you do, or skip down to the last paragraph and read the bolded sentence. I don’t really know […]

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The resume experiment has wrapped up over on JibberJobber.  Besides Jason and myself, there were 10 others who could be considered experts, many of whom make their livings by crafting fantastic resumes for jobseekers. I would highly encourage you to read the series there and see what the experts have to say about formatting, content, […]

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