Working as an Introvert: Social Success in the First 90 Days

As an introvert, have you ever started a new job and loved it, only to question a couple of weeks in if this was the job for you due to the social climate around the office?  I’ve been there too -- before I started working remotely full-time, I landed an admin...

Begin Within Win at Military & Veteran Choice Awards

Jaime Chapman, Founder, and CEO of Begin Within For immediate release:September 12, 2019 Press Contact: jchapman@beginwithin.life (855) 855-8511 Ext. 1 Washington, DC - In May 2019, Begin Within was nominated for Best Military Spouse Owned Business for the 2019...

Why Your Soft Skills Matter More than Hard Skills

Many attributes and soft skills are attractive to Human Resources (HR) managers. To help HR find you, it’s common knowledge to list your skills on your resume and in your cover letter. In this article, we're going to cover: What kinds of skills are best for me to...

Got Your Ikigai?

Ikigai. First things first, Ikigai is not anime. It’s not exactly a superpower, but in a way, it can be.  Ikigai, pronounced “ee-kee-gah-ee” is a Japanese term referring to a concept that means “reason for being,” or “reason for waking up in the morning.” ...

Establishing Consistency is More Important than Perfection

Coming from a military background, a zero-defect mentality is simply part of the territory. The expectation of perfection does not tend to render humans into the embodiment of machine-like perfection. Despite this, the expectation must still exist, as lives are...
Got Your Ikigai?

Got Your Ikigai?

Ikigai. First things first, Ikigai is not anime. It’s not exactly a superpower, but in a way, it can be.  Ikigai, pronounced “ee-kee-gah-ee” is a Japanese term referring to a concept that means “reason for being,” or “reason for waking up in the morning.” ...

The STAR Interview Response Technique

The STAR Interview Response Technique

During an interview, you will most likely be faced with either situational or behavioral-based interview questions. Situational interview questions ask candidates about what they would do in hypothetical situations, whereas behavioral-based questions seek to find out...

Network Like It’s Your Job

Network Like It’s Your Job

"It's not always what you know, but who you know." I can't tell you how many times I heard this growing up from my dad, who seemed to know everyone as a result of working in the vending industry. As I grew older into my 20s, I realized that my dad's favorite career...

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