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Conscious Coupling… with a New Job

Thanks to Oscar-winning actress, Gweneth Paltrow, A new lexicon has entered the dictionary “conscious uncoupling.”  This is the term she utilized to communicate to the world her decision to divorce from Coldplay singer, Chris Martin.  How very New Age of them! While Gweneth’s terminology may sound a bit elevated for the more common expression used when terminating […]

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We all know the holidays can be stressful under the best of circumstances… and that’s before you add office politics to the mix.  What will land workers on the wrong side of the “professional naughty and nice” list?  Never fear, you no longer need to wonder for the merry marketing team at Elevated Careers is […]

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To Quit or Not to Quit…That is The Question

I recently stumbled across a quote that I can’t attribute to anyone since I read it on a random meme online. The quote read, “Life has two rules: #1 Never quit #2 Always remember rule #1.” My reaction? I call bull.  Maybe if the moron who said this out loud would have qualified the statement […]

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The Issue Behind Balance

When it comes to defining career success, U.S. workers report achieving balance between the personal and professional is giving promotions, autonomy at work and even compensation a run for their money.  In fact, 56% of workers report they define career success by their ability to obtain work/life balance. Beyond just wanting the opportunity to enjoy […]

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When you go in to an interview knowing that you are able to handle whatever is thrown at you and whatever questions may be asked, and are not afraid of getting rejected by the job, you walk in calm and collected without any air of desperation. This is what an interviewer responds to in those two seconds to four minutes, and the skills that you develop and practice in doing improv can help you attain that demeanor.

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