Dude Outfits That Don’t Break the Bank

Alright, guys admit it, when we hear the words “fashion” we typically amass imagery of the latest Victoria Secret model or “some skinny girls that need to eat a cheeseburger”.  Dudes, it’s ok to discuss fashion.  It’s totally cool to look good in your clothes, no matter your style (unless you wear mom jeans….or socks with sandals).  You will not morph into a butterfly or find … Continue reading Dude Outfits That Don’t Break the Bank

Rock N Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution

Dad and twin 13-year-old daughters walk into a bar…ok, so it was a Saturday around 2:00 PM and the average age in attendance equated to posted speed limits on the interstate.  Also, I wouldn’t exactly call it a bar, think Wild Wing Cafe type cuisine with a stage. Fresh off the Guns N Roses tour, my next line up was with the tweens in my life … Continue reading Rock N Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution

General Interview Questions Employers Ask

Once you are in the interview process, you can expect a series of open-ended questions.  Below are a few general, sample questions.  I have taken the liberty to provide a framework for the answers hiring managers are seeking. Tell me about yourself? Focus on personal and professional values Why you chose your career path Highlight experiences (life, career, education etc..) you are proud of What … Continue reading General Interview Questions Employers Ask

Do’s and Don’ts of an Interview | Part 3: Relationships

Part 3 of 5 in the “Do’s and Don’ts of an Interview” series will focus on relationships.    As a refresher the 5 primary categories I am discussing include: Personality Experience Relationship Communication Long Term Outlook The term “relationship” can be used in many ways, but when I am interviewing someone, I want to make an instant connection.  How can I forge that quick connection?  Personally, … Continue reading Do’s and Don’ts of an Interview | Part 3: Relationships