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How to answer 8 tough job-interview questions without lying

When it comes to job interviewing, honesty is always the best policy. Chances are, if you're not caught in your lies now, the truth will come out eventually — and if you have to fib to land a job, do you really think you're the right person for it anyway? But,...

8 things smart people never reveal about themselves at work

Travis Bradberry published this post originally on LinkedIn. At work, sharing the right aspects of yourself in the right ways is an art form. Disclosures that feel like relationship builders in the moment can wind up as obvious no-nos with hindsight. Trouble is, you can't build a...

Using these 13 words will help salespeople close deals faster and make tons of money

They say selling is more art than science. And according to marketing-software maker HubSpot, there are certain words salespeople should use to boost their chances of closing more deals. Using the 13 words below can help you significantly sell more and make a boatload of money...

9 phrases that make you sound less experienced than you are

When I started my first job, I was the youngest person in my organization. No, really. Although I could legally drink (barely), every single one of my 300-or-so co-workers was older and more experienced than I was. I felt like the low woman on the totem pole — and worse, I probably acted...

15 things successful people do during their lunch break

Do you typically spend your lunch hour scarfing down an unhealthy meal at your desk? Maybe you run out for a quick bite but keep your eyes glued to your smartphone. Or perhaps you just skip lunch altogether. Experts say your lunch hour is critical for keeping your productivity and energy...

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