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The secret to standing out in a sea of LinkedIn profiles

By: Rachel Williams Do you ever feel like you’re missing out on job opportunities because you’re not being contacted by headhunters? Recruiters use LinkedIn to search for candidates that meet the criteria their clients are looking for. They narrow down the candidate pool by using location, job title, skills, or keywords. Therefore, it is crucial […]

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The symphony in your head

By: Bill Wednieski Visionary leadership and entrepreneurship have been around forever, and there is something that is so dang cool about business people who create something from nothing. For example, look at Steve Jobs, Henry Ford, Mark Cuban, Oprah Winfrey, Richard Branson, Thomas Edison, John Rockefeller, Colonel Sanders, Elon Musk, and the iconic, Walt Disney. […]

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Pay cut

How would you like to take a pay cut?

By: Bill Wednieski Around the time I turned 40, I was offered my first CFO job at a Tier 2 automotive supplier. I was lowballed and offered 15% less than I was currently making. I quickly turned it down and scoffed at the pay cut. Now, I’m actually kind of embarrassed writing this. I was […]

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Get your money’s worth

By: Sam Starrett Frequently, hiring managers and business owners engage the services of a headhunter without a full picture of what we do and what we can offer to them. In part, this is our own fault; too often, we sell ourselves purely on our ability to bring in strong candidates. It’s understandable why we […]

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Impossible Is Not an Answer

By: Bill Wednieski   “Impossible is not a fact. It is an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. Impossible is a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary.” – Muhammad Ali In business and in life the word impossible gets thrown around way too frequently. In today’s hiring market it is a fact that it […]

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