For the past month and a half, I've been writing cover letters for job applications. While talking with my brother yesterday, I realized a different approach I could use for putting them together. Now I realize it may take more time but your cover letter is actually the only chance you have to craft your … Continue reading Writing Cover Letters
I know it has been ages. I just completed my first pre-recorded video interview for a job application. It was interesting! My tips based on my experience: 1) Relax and take a deep breath. 2) Complete the test question to see how you look and how your tone comes across. 3) You will know the … Continue reading My Experience with Video Interviewing
So I've been slammed!! My apologies but it has been insane between school, work and life. I miss blogging and feel terrible that I haven't written. To all my followers, I promise I will be back soon. In the meantime, here are my survival tips for when life gets slammed: 1) Stay hydrated: I don't … Continue reading When Life Gets Slammed!!
Grammar Series, Part 2 of 5: Adjectives An adjective is defined as a word that describes or clarifies a noun. It gives information about size, shape, age, colour or material. Whether singular or plural an adjective stays in the same form. They are used to give opinions or factual information about words in a sentence. … Continue reading Grammar Series, Part 2 of 5: Adjectives
Poke The Box Workbook There is only one thing to say about this workbook from Seth Godin - use it, understand it and review it. There's that much power in this - and I loved it. It rejuvenated my brain and what I wanted. Projects I want to work on, what I want in my … Continue reading Poke The Box Workbook
In a series of blogs, this is part one of five. For the purpose of written communication skills, I am reviewing the rules of how words are put together. Starting with the basics- let’s review nouns and pronouns. My reference for all of the below is The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Edition. Noun: A … Continue reading Grammar Series, Part 1 of 5: Noun’s and Pronouns