"How to Stop Being Cynical" on upjourney.com.
What does it mean to be cynical? Cynical is having an attitude or temper of a cynic, someone who finds fault or mistrusts and believes other’s motives are of self-interest. Often times cynics are the naysayer, the resistor, someone who doesn’t trust. Read the full article
"14 Tips to Improve Your Online Video Call Job Interview" on newsdio.com
"And make sure that the only window open on your computer screen is the video platform you are using," says life coach Tom Marino. Read the full article
"What Not to Say in a Job Interview" on upjourney.com.
Don’t speak negatively about a former or current employer
The last thing your potential employer wants to hear is you complain about your current environment. Remain professional and keep the commentary to a minimum.
When asked why you are looking to leave your current job, site the key reasons that you want to leave. These should include self-development, an opportunity for growth, a new experience. Read the full article
“This happened for you, not to you,” says Marino. “It forces us to reevaluate our values and what is important for us. When we believe things happened for us, we allow for better things to happen.” “Maybe it trained you for the opportunity that you will be going after next or prepared you for those steps—there’s always a silver lining and trusting that you will find something better and then manifest that to happen will immediately begin to change how you look at your new reality." Read the full article
“And make sure the only window open on your computer screen is the video platform you are using,” says life coach Tom Marino. “Silence all pop-ups. The last thing you want is to lose your train of thought.” Read the full article
"When someone decides to break off a relationship and you feel rejected, it's not always about you," explains certified life coach Tom Marino, founder of Monarch Life Coaching, who recommends expressing gratitude to the person for your relationship and for the lessons you learned from it rather than airing your feelings of resentment. Read the full article
"Have a dedicated area that you can establish as your 'office' space," even if it's just an area of the kitchen table you can call your own, suggests Tom Marino, founder of Monarch Life Coaching. Marino also recommends setting non-negotiable work hours and letting everyone you live with know what they are so they can give you the time and space you need to stay productive. Read the full article