Archive for March, 2016

Should We Be Glorifying “Working Hard”?

Should We Be Glorifying “Working Hard”?

Posted on31. Mar, 2016 by .

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Alex Taub has an interesting post up on LinkedIn about the concept of glorifying hard work. He makes the case that we shouldn’t glorify hard work (the humble brag if you will). He acknowledges that we should work hard, but we shouldn’t glorify it. He also offers this great Yahoo answer which offers some interesting […]

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The Value Of Story In Your Career

The Value Of Story In Your Career

Posted on29. Mar, 2016 by .

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Do you tend to remember stories instead of facts? I know I do. Most of us do, because we are people who love stories — movies, tv shows, books, gossip, family lore, and all the rest of the ways one can tell a narrative. Even jokes are stories, if you think about it! I don’t […]

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Featured Healthcare IT Company – Planet Healthcare

Featured Healthcare IT Company – Planet Healthcare

Posted on25. Mar, 2016 by .

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Healthcare IT Central is the leading place for healthcare companies come to look for healthcare IT Professionals. We’re excited to have a community of nearly 25,000 registered job seekers and growing every day. If you’re looking for a new healthcare IT job or trying to find your first job in healthcare IT, it costs nothing […]

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Balancing Work and Vacation

Balancing Work and Vacation

Posted on21. Mar, 2016 by .

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For many people I know, taking vacation time is hard. It’s not that they don’t want to take their vacation days. It’s just that they feel like they have so much work to do, it’s hard for them to take time off work. I was talking to my friend yesterday about this very problem. We […]

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8 Lessons from Job Rejection

8 Lessons from Job Rejection

Posted on17. Mar, 2016 by .

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In many respects one of the hardest things in your career can be job rejection. Nobody likes to be rejected (in a job or anything else), but that doesn’t mean that there’s not plenty of things you can learn from being rejected for a job. Here are 8 lessons that Steve Audifferen offered: 1) Be […]

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The Top Reason Your Cover Letter Is Important

The Top Reason Your Cover Letter Is Important

Posted on15. Mar, 2016 by .

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Some will tell you that nobody reads cover letters any more, so there’s no good reason to write them. But there actually are very good reasons to write a professional, researched, compelling cover letter, and here’s the top reason why: It is your opening argument that the attached resume is worth taking the time to […]

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Learning About Healthcare IT Marketing and PR

Learning About Healthcare IT Marketing and PR

Posted on10. Mar, 2016 by .

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One of the biggest mistakes people make in their careers is they stop learning and growing. For some reason, many people think that they’ve gone to college and then once they get out of college they don’t have any need to learn and grow. Even more common are the people who’ve been doing a job […]

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Be Careful How You Filter Potential Candidates

Be Careful How You Filter Potential Candidates

Posted on08. Mar, 2016 by .

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In response to a recent post titled “Managing People is the Hardest Part of an Organization“, Bob Ring offered this great insight: Hiring the best people is a challenge, even when using “tools.” At one company I worked for, HR decided to use pre-employment online testing for all applicants. If the applicant didn’t hit a […]

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Dying For A Job? Don’t Do It!

Dying For A Job? Don’t Do It!

Posted on01. Mar, 2016 by .

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In 2013, a young woman named Mita Duran died after one of the too-frequent 30-hour work days she put in as a copywriter for an international ad agency. The comments on this story number in the thousands; some fault the energy drinks she was consuming to stay awake, some fault the work culture that expects […]

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