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There has been a lot of chatter regarding hiring practices and the use of personality type tests.  Specifically, there was recently a program on HBO MAX – Persona, the Dark Truth Behind Personality Tests. The program is well worth the watch to be informed.   Persona focuses on the use of the Myers-Briggs test and similar … Continue reading "Recent Read More ›


How important is data on a resume’?  It’s a question people do not ask themselves often enough when creating or updating their resume’.    Think about it.  If the average hiring agent spends less than 6 seconds scanning a resume’, what catches their eye?  What creates meaningful impressions to move you forward in the process?   Data … Continue read Read More ›


“The man who won’t read has no advantage over the man who can’t read.” –  Mark Twain As an educator, we learn early on that reading, the ability to connect meaning to printed language, truly is a science.  We also learned that reading well is an art that then can project us forward and into … Continue reading "Reading, Read More ›


Have you ever bought a raffle ticket or attended an event and on your ticket it was printed, “Must be Present to Win”?  Sometimes I have felt like it was a ploy because I was so ready to leave, but I didn’t want to miss my chance.  Other times I was so engaged in the … Continue reading "MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN" Read More ›


Christmas, Hanukkah, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, there are so many opportunities for giving and receiving gifts.  But we also carry gifts with us all the time.  You might think of them as talent and readily see them in other people.  The reality is, everyone has talents or gifts but not everyone has discovered them.  In fact, … Continue reading "Gi Read More ›


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