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The New Year is here, and it’s time to create another list of resolutions! You know the most popular ones like losing weight, getting organized, securing a better job, start that business, or to become the best you possible! Unfortunately, most New Year Resolutions fail by Jan 31st!

Never Fear the Career Engineer is here to share “New Year Solutions” that will kick those 2021 resolutions to the curb every time.

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TCE New Year “Solutions” to improve your 2021 & Beyond!

  • (Self-Aware): “Define Yourself or Be Defined”: If you don’t define yourself, then the world or your circumstance will. This solution will help you to embrace who you are, what you bring, and reduce your chances of getting hustled.
  • (Decision Making): “Believe NOTHING That’s Said, Believe EVERYTHING That’s Done” During the best times and the tough ones, this solution will help you make your BEST decisions on DATA, FACTS versus FEELINGS.
  • (Confidence): “Know Who You are and What…

Without a doubt, powerful, purposeful, and positioning
connections are the required fuel to secure hidden opportunities in the 21st-century marketplace.
We’ve been taught to hone in on your REAL connection/networking skills to increase our payday and options. This is not only true for “traditional” networking where “human technology” is king (i.e., dinner/coffee meetings) but also for our social media power venues where “cyber” time is a critical commodity.

But what if, after much work and cultivation, you discover that your network is NOT working for you?


Do you often hear the word “freelancing” next to extra income these days? Are you wondering if it’s something that you can do to make ends meet?

If your answer is YES to both questions, then you’re in the right place.

For starters, freelancing is just a process of selling whatever skill you have to those who need it without being fully committed to them. In a nutshell, you’re a business providing services to clients.

So you’re the boss, but as great as that may sound, it’s not for everyone.

Freelancing isn’t like your day job in which the SOP…


Quitting your job to pursue a better career is one of the hardest decisions you’ll ever make. Add the pandemic into the equation, and it becomes almost impossible to decide.

You might feel like you don’t have options at the moment because of the COVID-19 crisis. However, I assure you that that’s not the case.

Leaving your job is still actually viable and may likely be a beneficial move, but you have to consider a few things first:

Know Your Reason Why

Of course, the most common answer you’d say is: “I want a new/better job.” However, that’s a given. Everyone wants that.


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Don’t Get Anxious — Get Prepared has taken on a NEW meaning with the spread of the Coronavirus in Virginia and across the country. We are focused on our devices to get the latest news and guidelines to stay healthy and safe. We are also “feeling” the economic impact on our healthcare, housing businesses, travel, educational systems, and “seeing” the storefront closures. Are you or a member of your community asking, “What do I do now? Are you caught in the middle of this pandemic and worried about your job?

We’ve all heard the saying that employees don’t leave companies, they leave managers. Well, that general saying appears to be accurate and even more so today! According to a research survey conducted by DDI, a global leadership consulting firm, their finds reflect that “57% of employees left jobs specifically because of their Managers”. Wait, there’s more, another finding in the study share that “Another third of people, 32% percent, haven’t quit yet because of their boss, but have seriously considered it”. So, with that said, what can an employee do when they are in a “Bad Boss” situation? …

The Career Engineer on the HRS Show with Host Kerry Furey

What can you do to stand out in the 2020 job market? Of course, your skills, experience & performance in the workspace matters. But did you know that how you apply could hurt your chances of winning that opportunity? According to a survey from staffing firm AccountTemps, A strategic job search requires much more than putting together a polished resume. In addition to learning about candidates’ skills and experience, employers want to see a strong online presence and passion for their work,” Still struggling with the how’s? …

👉🏽"It’s TIME for NEXT!"👈🏽: Your EXODUS is Calling YOU! This content is dedicated to all those who STILL try to make it happen, fix the problem, cry in their car after a shift, stressed/screaming in silence and stay longer than necessary in a career, life or business relationship. I declare that you are free and clear to “Stop Forcing it, Pushing it, Pulling it or Worrying about it.” I feel so strongly about this, In fact, I have decided to make “It’s TIME for NEXT my 2020 theme for The Career Engineer

Here’s why (Blending science, faith, and common sense…

Ah…the Thanksgiving season is upon us as this is that special time of year, where we showcase our gratitude and give thanks for all the blessings and lessons we have received. Deeds of kindness abound, and those two magic words “please and thank you” are shared more than ever. But how about in the workplace and marketplace? Can the words “please and thank-you” have a positive impact on our career and business lives? Never fear, the Career Engineer is here…to share how these “low-tech” words and thankful actions can change the game!

Try these TCE “thank you” Boosters this season?

Getting hired today is not only a science but an art. It involves ensuring that your brand is powerful, effective, efficient, and likable. Here’s the question, what gets some job seekers a seat at the table, while others feel the heat as they remain an item on the menu? Never fear the Career Engineer is here with some “tips and tricks” to keep you “at the table” versus being “eaten alive.” Read our thought below and check out “The Career Engineer” on an NBC and Fox affiliate sharing this info. …

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