Don’t take your relationships or connections for granted.

Maintain the relationship.

Demonstrate a return on their investment — their time — by keeping them updated on your progress, offering to help and showing them that you appreciate the time and guidance they are giving to you.

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Be a problem solver, not a problem adder.

One person approaches a situation with the mindset of, “How can I make this work?”

Another type seems to approach each circumstance with the mindset of, “What are all the reasons this wouldn’t work?”

Both people will be forced to deal with…

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Say goodbye to being a people pleaser and learn how to confidently say no to someone without feeling bad about it.

Here’s how you can effectively say no:

1. Say it.
Get it out there into the universe. Less is better.

2. Be assertive and courteous.
Change the power dynamic. Remember…

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Why are Behavioral Interviews so popular?

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Behavioral questions focus on your past behavior and performance. Companies like to ask these because they reveal quite a bit about you and help predict job performance (at least in theory.)

In many cases, behavioral interview questions begin with interviewers asking to “tell us…

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Brian Fink

Executive Recruiter. ✈ #ATL ↔ #SF ✈ Building companies is my favorite. Opinions are my own. Responsibility is freedom. 🖖