The Key to Increasing Your Work Productivity to Ensure you put in a Successful Day at Work

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Planning for a Successful Day at Work

Being productive at work is about being the best at what you do, being disciplined, systematic, well-prepared, organized, and working smarter. Productivity is about doing all these things in a timely fashion. By working efficiently, you will accomplish more in less time with better results. The key to increasing your work productivity lies in replacing… Read more »

How Might You Start Showing up to Work in the Morning Energized and EXCITED for the Day?

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Showing Up to Work Excited

If you want to achieve your goals and increase your chances of success, the ability to get and stay motivated consistently is crucial. Here are few ways to help you wake up energized and full of excitement for the coming day. Never Hit the Snooze Button Set your clock for when you need to get… Read more »

Maneuvering Your Job Search Through COVID-19

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Finding a Job in Denver Colorado

Right now times are very uncertain, very stressful and even a bit frightening. The COVID-19 outbreak has not only caused a health crisis but an economic crisis, as well. In a matter of days, millions of people found themselves suddenly out of work. Millions more are weeks or even days away from losing their jobs,… Read more »

How to Mentally Shut Off from Work After Leaving at 5 pm

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Jobs in the Denver area can be demanding. Work issues have a way of following us home and often keep us from spending quality time with the ones we love. Do Not Bring Work Home with You When you think about problems at work in your free time, are you problem-solving, or are your ruminating… Read more »

What Should You Do if You are Offered a Job…Weeks After Starting a New One?

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Although it is not common, people do leave jobs within the first few months of accepting it. The situation may not be the position you envision, the culture makes you unhappy, or you might receive a better offer. What ought you do if you have just started a new job, and you receive a better… Read more »

Spring Clean Your Resume with These 4 Tips

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To land the best jobs in Denver this spring, you are going to need an exceptional resume. Constructing an effective resume is not difficult, but it does require time and effort. Keep in mind that the hiring manager of the company that you wish to work for is going to look at your resume briefly…. Read more »

Leading Skills to Develop That Transition From Job to Job

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Some skills can help you succeed, no matter where you are employed. The fantastic news is that you probably already have these interconnected skills. By developing these skills, you will give yourself an advantage as you seek employment opportunities in Denver, Colorado. Technical Skills Staying current with technology enhances job stability and growth. Technology changes… Read more »

How to Stand Out from the Dozens (or more!) Applicants Applying for the Same Job

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Applying for a Job in Denver Colorado

The job market is tight! You’ll have to do whatever it takes to set yourself apart from the competition. Get creative, demonstrate your energy and initiative, and show them that you really want the job. Go beyond your resume and cover letter! If you go the extra mile in the hiring process, hiring managers will… Read more »

Planning for 2020: How to Make the Year a Guaranteed Success

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The start of a new year is a great time to rethink everything. Start a new diet, set new fitness goals, or pick a new hobby. And perhaps most importantly, focus on your career. Whether you want to find a new job, advance your career, or just get better at the job you have, 2020… Read more »

How Much Follow-Up is Too Much Follow-Up with an Employer?

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  By now, we all know that it’s customary for job candidates to follow up with the hiring manager after job interviews. A thank you note is the first step and should be sent within 24 hours to each person who sat in and interviewed you. Email or handwritten card? Both are totally fine and appropriate! But… Read more »