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3 Fantastic Careers For Someone With Creative Talent

If you are looking for a job, where you can design your own kick ass path, you probably have a creative personality type. Creative types find that creating comes easily, and they usually can't see living life without shaping and molding the world in some way.You might be wondering what type of career would fit your superpowers as a creative and satisfy your innovative vibe. You need a job that allows you to stretch those creative muscles and design something completely original. And, when you find that fitting job or career, there is no holding you back! Do you want to be the next woman to leave your creative mark on society? Here are some career choices to consider.

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Lisa Evans Teaches Public Speaking Confidence To Women

“We have all sat through bad presentations, so I encourage women to gain skill and confidence in public speaking so that your presentations are the …

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Inspiration Is Everywhere – You Just Gotta Keep Diggin’

It’s in every industry, every walk of life – everywhere. And I’ve always held such inspirational people with huge respect and admiration. Those ladies who have already been featured on Women’s Lifelink’– most of whom are reaching for the stardom of entertainment and some already there. Such inspiration! And now, here is another group of amazing people – another group of people about whom I have always been fascinated and held equal respect and admiration – business women. Yes – business women. Many of whom are combining marriage, motherhood and many other aspects of life with business. And talk about inspiration personified!

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How Work Can Disrupt Your Personal Life

Stress, stress, stress…we hear women often say nowadays-Yes! Our lives become so mechanical sometimes we rarely find time to breathe, eat and sleep. Stress may not be a big issue at first, but as time goes by, it can devastate your life for sure. I'm a busy bee and tend to work odd hours in the office just for the mere pleasure of working! Yes, I do! I was a workaholic and there was nothing I could do about it.

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Planning…

Remember the good old days? Those years when you went to primary school, hung around with your mates, did what you parents told you to do, went to high school, thought about what you wanted to do; there were a few choices back then. Would you go to University or would you go to Tech School, would you pursue a career or a trade? Or, hey, what if you wanted to bum for a while and take a year long travel hiatus then come back and get a job… it was all possible.

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Success Constipation

Photo by Rays-animelover IntrospectiveSunday I know this is sort of a gross analogy, but I really think it’s the best one for what I want …

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Personal Success

Do you remember the last time you really knocked your own socks off with a feat of your personal best? The pride that fills your heart; the praise you get from others; the sudden feeling that you have made your mark on the world all melt into your experience like the best hot fudge you've ever tasted.

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The Best Interview Strategies: Part IV

Interviewing for a new job can be one of the most stressful events in your life - unless you are prepared and confident about your ability to make a good impression. We have discussed your resume, personal appearance, and some communication techniques. Today, I would like to address the technique for interview damage control.

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The Best Interview Strategies: Part II

By this time most of you should be familiar with technology and its benefits, at least enough to type a resume and send an email. But regardless of how advanced modern job hunting can get, I still think it's smart to have good-old-fashioned copies of your resume. Start with a formatted version in a Word program; keep it simple and clean.

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The Best Interview Strategies: Part I

With many companies shifting financial priorities, laying off employees, and tightening their belts all around, it is imperative to be ready for anything, including the dreaded task of hunting down and securing a new job. Unfortunately, millions have already suffered consequences of the economy crunch and found themselves without a job.

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Office Health Risks

Every day, millions of women spend 8-10 hours sitting in an office chair or desk in order to do their job. They think about getting that last report done, calling that client, impressing the boss, but what they may not think about is how their job might be a health risk.

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