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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 
  • ….don’t let my red state become blue! May 8, 2021 10:31pm

    I have a candidate who is moving here from Seattle, Washington. He’s moving himself, his wife and two children. He has no family here, doesn’t really know anybody, but when you ask him why he’s moving here he says it’s because Texas is a red state. He goes on about how goofy where he was born and raised is (Seattle) and that he just can’t imagine raising his family there and, even if he has to start all over, he’s got to get out of there. I had another convers...
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  • ….take any interview you can May 3, 2021 10:27am

    I referred one of my candidates to a company…he knew the V.P. of sales, the guy he was supposed to interview with…they had worked together before.. My candidate didn’t like the guy and told me he really didn’t want to go on the interview. After downright cajoling him, I got him to go. ”You never know what might happen,” I said. Well, he got to the interview and the V.P. marched him into the CEO’s office and the CEO started interviewing my candidate for a position they had just thou...
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  • …okay, so sometimes people do stupid stuff, but… April 24, 2021 10:09pm

    This week I had a potential VP candidate interview with a new CEO of a small IT consulting firm. The candidate had built two companies just like this from zero to many millions of dollars. Now I admit that it was a bit of a personality mismatch. The CEO is as much of an analytical person as you could ever imagine. Obviously, being new on-the-job, he was going to be extremely careful about who he hired to help build the firm for the owners. The candidate was about as much of a driver, “I ca...
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  • …..when you are interviewing for a position when the last one, two or three people (or more) have failed April 17, 2021 10:08pm

    …or they are no longer there for one reason or another. This is a relatively extreme example but it demonstrates problems that hiring authorities and companies create for themselves… and therefore create for a candidate. Almost two years ago one of our clients hired a first line manager whose job was to help the second line manager mentor a number of salespeople. Part of the position’s responsibility was to sell but also help 15 to 16 sales reps (mostly junior) through their sa...
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  • ….”daddy, why do you keep repeating the same thing?” April 12, 2021 4:42pm

    I was probably about 10 years old. Looking back I was probably pretty hardheaded and, also looking back, my dad was probably a lot more patient than I thought at the time. He said, “Well, when you get the message and start doing things right, I’ll quit repeating!” And then we went back to what we were doing. I don’t really remember what it was, but looking back, I remember him saying that a number of times. I was reminded of it this week when we had yet another search th...
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  • ….resume killers April 4, 2021 2:57pm

    This may seem minor to a lot of people, but it kills the chances of your resume being considered. A few weeks ago, I wrote about a lot of the dumb things people do on their resume that cause them to get eliminated. I forgot this one. What brought this to mind was that, this week, I got a resume from a pretty good candidate who highlighted the fact that since 2013, in addition to his full time job, he had been a real estate investor “on the side”. He stated the fact that this “b...
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