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The 2-Minute Tip for Success

The Seven Pillars of Connecting with Absolutely Anyone

"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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How Leaders Create and Use Networks

Do you view networking as the unpleasant task of trading favors with strangers? Read why networking is the single most important activity you can do to advance your career. The STMA Conference is the perfect networking event!

How an Upbeat Attitude Makes Success Simple

Your attitude determines how you interpret events in the past as well as the strategies and tactics you’ll pursue in the future. Click here to read how your attitude defines and delimits your level of success.

Nine ways to Interview with Confidence

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?

The 2 Minute Tip for Success

How does good health factor into career success? Click here for 3 keys to healthy habits and career success!

How to Give Constructive Criticism in 6 Steps

Whether at work or in relationships, sharing (and receiving) feedback is part and parcel of improvement. Learn six easy steps here.

Why You Should Use Twitter

STMA uses twitter to inform, educate and entertain its followers. Be a follower! Read here why using twitter is a good thing.

Memorize This

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.

30 Ways to Leave Burnout Behind

We all know what burnout looks like. This article provides the causes of burnout, personality traits that may make someone more susceptible to burnout, and 30 ways to prevent it.

5 tips for acing your phone Interview!

A lot of time and energy is spent on the interview process. One thing a lot of people underestimate and often overlook is the "phone interview process" and its importance! In some cases, you must ace a phone interview before given the opportunity to have an in person interview.

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