Monday Motivation: Your Weekly Career Links

Monday Motivation: Your Weekly Career Links

Today I am going to do exactly what the photo above says, smile.  Sometimes I get so focused on work I need to get done that the stress makes my smile disappear. But today, I am going to smile.

This week I have two networking challenge interviews that I am excited to share with you! Stay tuned for the videos and make sure you watch (or read) my interview with Dawn Stanyon about how to effectively communicate at work.

Here are your career to start your week off right!

“So many people out there have no idea what they want to do for a living, but they think that by going on job interviews they’ll magically figure it out. If you’re not sure, that message comes out loud and clear in the interview.” ~ Todd Bermont

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About Anna Runyan

Anna Runyan has been helping women get their careers unstuck since 2008. She is known for “The Love Your Career Formula” which helps women find new careers they LOVE in 90 days or less and “The Corporate Rescue Plan” which helps women ditch their day jobs and start profitable, freedom-based online businesses in 90 days. Make sure you sign up for her Free ‘CHEAT SHEET’– 7 proven steps to get out of a job you hate and into a career you love.

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  1. Hi Anna,

    Hope your day is going well. Always love your Monday links. They make for excellent content to be shared on Twitter and Facebook.

    Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day.

    Bryce

  2. Wow that infographic is just busting with awesome stats. My particular favourites are the ones about how women are in the minority if they have kids between ages 25-34, and that women ‘see no need’ to identify as feminists. I agree with that too; I just identify as one very determined and driven lady!

  3. Great links today – I especially liked the one about nailing an interview as an interviewer. I recently started conducting interviews and found that article really helpful!

    • Thanks Emily! Glad you enjoyed the links. I loved the interviewer article too. They don’t really teach you how to interview, only how to succeed being interviewed. Good luck interviewing!

  4. I wish I had kept my ROMANCE AT THE OFFIE post until valentines day – clever Anna!

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