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UNSTOPPABLE! -How having a defined purpose helps you to not stop in the face of obstacles

During the job search, this fear can paralyze your networking process because you are afraid of judgment, of what others will think of you. It can stop an entire effort to find a new job for fear of rejection in the interviews and the various noes before receiving a yes. This paralysis is a form of sabotage designed to protect us from the pain of rejection and failure. Every sabotage has a reason behind it.

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Opportunities for Immigrants Do Exist – A Word of Encouragement

I’m working with an American recruiter on writing his resume. As I have access to the assessment documents, awards, and forms that he has filled with information, I realize that his differential is hiring professionals from ethnic minorities. I also understand all the effort his company has made – which name I may not mention, but it is a large and recognized global company – to establish a culture of equality and diversity acceptance.

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The Superprofessional Who Overcame COVID Challenges: a Résumé for 2021

Up, up and ahead! I hope this is your attitude if you want to job search in 2021. With a market full of unemployed professionals, you will need all your strength, determination, and courage to break through the recruitment barriers and win! COVID has brought several challenges to professionals, including dealing with unemployment and job searching in a market packed with companies fighting to survive and many professionals looking for available jobs. But every crisis also brings opportunities and possibilities with it.

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What is Your Destination in 2021?

We are in December. A season of joy, festive events, and a time to take stock of the year. Time to celebrate victories, accomplished goals, the growth achieved, breathe deep inside, take a break, check what did not work, and plan the new year.

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The Five Magical Words of Networking

The article is short today. It’s so because the power is, in fact, concentrated on five very simple words. What I’m sharing is really elementary, but at the same time very powerful. Someone requests you to be added, someone follows you or, if you have the LinkedIn Premium, you see a certain person visited your profile. What to do next? Again: it’s pretty simple, but extremely powerful at the same time!

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