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Resource Guide 

Organization Name Address Country
Bridges to Life PO Box 570895 Houston, Texas 77257-0895 United States
The Way Back House 6211 Denton Dr. Dallas, Texas 75235-5692 United States
The Headhunter
Babich & Associates
Documents 

Documents

The Job Search Solution
February 28, 2012 12:20pm

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Unbeatable Resumes
February 28, 2012 12:21pm

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Acing the Interview
February 28, 2012 12:22pm

News: Tony Beshara Blog 
  • …”take me OFF your list !!” June 9, 2018 1:46pm

    The rest of the quote said, “you have been sending me stuff for 10 years. When I have needed you, you have only gotten me one interview and never found me a job. And I’m really good at what I do.” I really have a lot of empathy for this fellow. Most folks don’t really understand how our business works. If we place 10% of the people who come to us or we recruit, we are lucky and our company is, as it turns out, one of the oldest and most established in the country. I remin...
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  • …ego and blind spots…the job seeker May 28, 2018 10:32pm

    Listening to a really great book by Ray Dalio, Principles: Life and Work. One of the many, many principles that he advises is for all of us to beware of our ego and our blind spots. His advice is to be so aware of your own ego and your blind spots that you counterbalance whatever tendencies that are a result of these two factors by, first of all, recognizing them, and then seeking the opinions of others, especially those who do not have the same blind spots. Most of us, (98% of all drivers), f...
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  • ….hey, hiring managers…there’s a new set of rules May 20, 2018 10:24am

    The amount of time that good candidates are on the market is shorter than it has ever been. The number of good candidates that are on the market is fewer than it has been in ten years. The money you paid two years ago or even one year ago won’t get you the kind of candidate you really want. Candidates are not as prone to “fill out your online application”as they used to be. Candidates won’t talk to your 22 year old corporate recruiter whose job it is to screen them. Candidates are not go...
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  • …are you a risk? May 13, 2018 10:15pm

    since 1973, I have never met a candidate that thought they were a risk… Every candidate that I ever interviewed thought that they would be a glowing employee and that hiring them would never be any kind of risk for a hiring authority… But the truth is, every candidate is a risk in some way … and every hiring authority, whether you like it or not is looking at what kind of a “risk” you pose to them… The hiring authority is asking himself or herself, “if...
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  • “Let Me Be Honest With You” May 4, 2018 10:41pm

    I’m continually annoyed with people who put “fillers” in their speech patterns, especially in the interviewing situation. I know they’re not conscious of their using these “lip loads,” but they are still annoying.  Here are the ones I hear most often: “You know… you know… you know”… it makes you sound so stupid “Honestly”… as though you haven’t been honest with me and the other things you’ve said? &#...
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  • … so you been out of work more than a year April 21, 2018 3:51pm

    It sure crept up on you awfully fast, didn’t it? You have absolutely no idea that much time could pass since you were working. It just kind of crept up on you. After you lost your job, you took a little time off because you “hadn’t had a vacation in a while.” Then you started casually looking around thinking, “last time I looked for a job, it didn’t take me that long.” It took six or seven months for you to all of a sudden get serious about finding a job...
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