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Original articles from Dr. Marla Gottschalk.
 
How to Reframe Your Interview
Few people actually enjoy interviews. But part of that is because of the way we perceive what's going down. An interviewer will sense the difference and that could help you get the job. So reframe these key elements for a much better experience.

The 'Fab 5' of Your Work Life
You are the average of the five people that you spend the most time with. -Jim Rohn

I've heard this quote on various occasions. Every time I come across it, I pause for a moment, as the message that lives there is simply so powerful. What and who we surround ourselves with can affect us — and we can begin to mirror the moods, problems, and passions of our surroundings.

Interviews: How to Change Your Perspective
Few people actually enjoy interviews. But part of that is because of the way we perceive what's going down. An interviewer will sense the difference and that could help you get the job. So reframe these key elements for a much better experience.

Brand Yourself as High Potential
Keeping your nose to the grindstone is a great place to start, but a solid "brand" strategy is even better. You need to set a projected path and make the most of every interaction. Whatever you are doing, make a commitment to do it well — no matter what the task. It is your behavior that will identify you as something extraordinary.

The 'Fab 5' of Your Work Life
You are the average of the five people that you spend the most time with. -Jim Rohn

I've heard this quote on various occasions. Every time I come across it, I pause for a moment, as the message that lives there is simply so powerful. What and who we surround ourselves with can affect us — and we can begin to mirror the moods, problems, and passions of our surroundings.

How to Reframe Your Interview
Few people actually enjoy interviews. But part of that is because of the way we perceive what's going down. An interviewer will sense the difference and that could help you get the job. So reframe these key elements for a much better experience.

Best of TZM: Innovate Your Work Life
We’ve all heard of the concept of “disruption.” Commonly linked with innovation, it tells us that to make progress, you must first adopt a new vantage point and challenge the status quo. Disruptive innovation strategies are routinely applied to the inner dynamics of organizations and the transformation of products — and they can be applied to your job and career.

The 'Fab 5' of Your Work Life
You are the average of the five people that you spend the most time with. -Jim Rohn

I've heard this quote on various occasions. Every time I come across it, I pause for a moment, as the message that lives there is simply so powerful. What and who we surround ourselves with can affect us — and we can begin to mirror the moods, problems, and passions of our surroundings.

Brand Yourself as High Potential
Keeping your nose to the grindstone is a great place to start, but a solid "brand" strategy is even better. You need to set a projected path and make the most of every interaction. Whatever you are doing, make a commitment to do it well — no matter what the task. It is your behavior that will identify you as something extraordinary.

How Not to Hate Being Interviewed
Like many people, I've had serious questions about job interviews. My reasons may be a bit more complicated than yours. (For example, they can be an excruciatingly poor selection tool if implemented unwisely). However, I know that your reasons for hating interviews are every bit as valid.

5 Ugly Truths About Time Management
I receive quite a few questions each month concerning time management. It's a sticky workplace problem to solve, primarily because it requires being honest with yourself to get a grip on the issue. We all go through periods that seem "out of control" and crazy. However, there are strategies that could have prevented the lion's share of that stress.

Innovate Your Work Life
We’ve all heard of the concept of “disruption.” Commonly linked with innovation, it tells us that to make progress, you must first adopt a new vantage point and challenge the status quo. Disruptive innovation strategies are routinely applied to the inner dynamics of organizations and the transformation of products — and they can be applied to your job and career.

Organizational Restructuring to Nurture Creativity
There has always been pressure in the workplace to perform — but the quality and measure of that pressure seems to have increased significantly over the last few years. With greater emphasis on ideas and innovation, organizations find themselves wondering: How do we stay on the cutting edge? How do we encourage innovation?

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