The 2-Minute Tip for Success
With today's digital age, we are constantly getting bombarded with texts, notifications and emails. So how do we stay focused at work and power through the day's distractions? Here are four ways on how to focus your energy to get things done.
With dress codes blurring from business casual to casual, do you know what's appropriate for your next business meeting? Following an informative presentation by Laura Katen at the 2017 STMA Annual Conference, click here to explore the five levels of dress code appropriate for men and women.
"You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you." - Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People
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In order to succeed in your career there are a few things that help make that process easier. Locking down the career you desire goes far beyond the resume. Given the chance to land a great opportunity you have to be prepared to sell yourself and your skills. Confidence plays a big role in professional advancement! How is your confidence and how well are you selling that to your potential employer?
Have you ever been asked what you do for a living and find that you stumble around a bit before you get to the heart of your work? To quickly and clearly communicate the importance of your job, prepare an "elevator speech". An elevator speech is a brief message that can be easily communicated in 20 to 30 seconds, the average time it takes to ride from the bottom floor to the top floor in an elevator; hence its name.