Monthly Archives: December 2011

Snippet: becoming a successful job-seeker

What makes a successful job-seeker? According to Richard Bolles in his book “What Colour is Your Parachute”, it would help tremendously if job-seekers do some intelligence gathering before seeking out interviews in the industry of their choice. The sort of … Continue reading

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Snippet: more on self-promotion

Learn the fine art of self-promotion and you learn to sell yourself effectively. Even some of the finest sales people fall short when it comes to this. This is not about being obnoxious or bragging about how fascinating you are. … Continue reading

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Tommaso the cat inherits from owner

It is not often that one hears about people dying and leaving all or part of their fortunes to animals. Usually when such stories come to light, we hear that it has happened in the western countries. Less so in … Continue reading

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Snippet: dressing for interviews

What you should wear to an interview depends on what type of position you are applying for. A rule of thumb is: Don’t wear torn jeans, stained clothes, heavy make-up, over-powering perfume or strange accessories. Especially, cover up any visible … Continue reading

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