If you could wave a magic wand what type of business would you launch and why?
Networking is one of the most important steps for the job search and a military-to-civilian career transition. I surveyed some friends and colleagues on when to start networking, best practices to do and best practices to avoid. Check out the results!
Working the company booth at a conference has many benefits. Check out this list for insights.
Help make everything work between a civilian career and a career in the Guard & Reserve. Follow these six tips to manage time better, advance your career, and protect your income.
Proper alignment might cost you – whether in a motor vehicle or your new job! Check out these 5 tips to help keep you from a bumpy start in your new job.
Like a good pair of shoes, you need to fit in at your new job. Follow these tips and become the right fit.
There is probably no greater decision for a military member regardless of their military service, military occupation, or status in the Active military, Guard or Reserve than deciding to leave the military. This is an emotional decision and you need to do your best to separate, for a time, the emotion from the practical decision making components of deciding to remain in the service or depart. The following six factors will help you determine if you should stay in the service or depart. Part 2 of 2
False Starts are meant for competitive races. Here are 10 tips to help avoid a false start at your new job!
I am a Retired Military from the U.S. Army Seeking an Information Technology On the Job Training Opportunity. Due to my Disability...
Listen to Judy Davis deliver her powerful presentation on leading a balanced life as an entrepreneur. Discover what it means to “mind your mind” and set yourself up for success by “turning off”.