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Warding off self-doubt #6465

On the way to a big meeting, make a point to put your cell phone away. Researchers at Harvard Business School discovered that spending just five minutes using small gadgets like cell phones made subjects less assertive and more hesitant to ask a person in charge a question. Such devices encourage physically submissive position (shoulders collapsed, neck bent, head lowered) that makes people feel and act meek. On the flip side, adopting a more powerful stance paves the way to confidence that commands respect.
-Psychology

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Aug 24, 2016 - pub.:Aug 24, 2016 - sent.:Sep 27, 2016
Social Insecurity #6569

Share – with maximum care- Tech companies like Fama provide employers with the ability to dig up specific information when screening a job candidate online. Here are a few tips from Fama experts for those who are in the job market.
-Be careful of what you “like” on social media; liking a bigoted comment or post, about illegal drugs is frowned upon by many who do hiring.
-Limit how active you are on social media during the day. If you are posting and liking content all day during business hours, employers will assume you aren’t devoting enough time and attention to your current job.
-Don’t speak ill of a former employer.
-Keep gripes with an old boss or co-worker private. Airing your dirty laundry indicates a lack of good judgment and an inability to keep company matters confidential.
-Promote volunteerism and community involvement. Employers often look for team members who will help build an inclusive and community-minded work environment. Sharing the charity race you are running in or the animal shelter you volunteer at will gain you points with many companies.
--Brian J. O’Connor- The Detroit News

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Dec 1, 2016 - pub.:Dec 1, 2016 - sent.:Dec 12, 2016
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