A tale as old as time – a client invites you to a party or social event, and you accept because it’d be rude not to. When you get there, you discover you’re surrounded by clients and other people you’re not too familiar with. You make an executive decision to just sit in a corner and wait for an acceptable time for you to take your leave.
How do you add stress to the already stressful job-hunting process? Rejection letters, that’s how. While it’s true that there are some opportunities that just are not meant to be, it doesn’t mean that we don’t get disheartened when we receive one rejection letter after the other. Don’t worry! Rejection is normal in the job hunt. We’ve got some ways to help you handle these rejections positively and gracefully.
LinkedIn: probably one of the most underrated websites of all time. This site could actually make or break careers, and the majority of us simply use it as a place to post our most basic profile, resume, and our graduation picture. A killer LinkedIn profile and LinkedIn etiquette is mandatory if you want to strengthen your personal branding and be noticed by top recruiters. Here are a few tips to utilize this great site:
It’s a story we’re all familiar with: a friend you haven’t spoken to in a while messages you that they want to meet up and you agree because you think it’s about time you catch up. Once you’re there though, you realize it’s a networking meeting. You’re probably thinking “A W K W A R D”, but don’t worry, we know a few ways to navigate yourself out of an impromptu networking session:
It’s 6pm! You’re pretty much ready to go home and relax when suddenly, an e-mail from a client pops up requiring you to finish something by 9am tomorrow morning. Obviously, this can’t be done, and you have to tell your client no. While people think that the best way to keep clients happy is to always say yes to them, this couldn’t be further from the truth. So, when should you say no to your clients?
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