Tag Archives: leadership

What Not To Do As An Intern

9 Mar

Here are a few tips on how to be a successful intern and not get fired.

  1. Don’t fall asleep at your desk. 



2. Don’t show up whenever you want. Don’t be late it doesn’t bode well.



3. Don’t call your boss buddy, bro, brah, or any sort of nickname!



4. Ask how you can help, that’s why you’re here after all!




What I wish potential college-age college employees knew on their interviews!

1 Jan

In the recent months, the number of college -age students coming in for interviews unprepared have skyrocketed!  I am taking what I have seen and learned and decided to help others!

I am now offering one on one resume evaluation and interview prep for college-age students seeking Internships and Jobs.

Being prepared makes all the difference and it is the one thing that sets a job candidate apart from others.

You can book my services via the link below. I am offering:

  • Resume Evaluation and interview tips – $25 for a 30 minute session
  • Mock Interviews – $25 for a 30 minute session
  • Special Package: $40 if both sessions are booked 

Click Here to Book an Appointment

Set a Goal For The Weekend

25 Mar

you will not get what you truly deserve if you’re too attached to the things you’re supposedto let go of.

It’s Friday evening. Set your goals now! What do you want to accomplish this weekend? Do you have fitness goals, family goals, business building goals, etc… Whatever they may be make a plan and a list tonight before you head out for “Date Night”. It has been proven that you are more likely to accomplish goals when you write them down.  Get to it!

Leaving the Conversation

9 Dec

We have been talking a lot about networking lately. I stumbled across a great article from The Wall Street Journal, A Conversation Exit Plan. 

With Holiday Parties aplenty, it’s important to have an exit strategy. Let’s face it, ending a conversation can be awkward.

Enjoy these tips!



Denver Marriott City Center Review

6 Nov

I recently traveled to Denver and stayed at the Denver Marriott City Center! It was great location close to the Convention Center and the 16th Street Mall. The lobby was well appointed and the staff was friendly. The room was a standard Marriott room with nothing standing out. The bathrooms could use a little updating. I will say the hotel needs to work on a better air conditioning system. It was so loud, at times, it woke me out of my sleep.

I am a Gold Level Status Member and receive access to to the Concierge Lounge. The staff and the food offerings were tremendous. Every night we were treated to great appetizers and dessert. One night was fajitas, another night was shrimp jumbo, Mac & Cheese, and a delicious assortment of meat and cheese. It was beyond any other experience, I complimented the manager that they had one of the best lounges I had been too.

The onsite restaurant was nice for a quick bite I found the food to be lackluster and lacking flavor. The do have a courtesy shuttle that wiill take you within 2 miles of the hotel. I utilized it and it was great perk.

I would certainly stay here again if I ventured back to Denver.

Happy New Year!

31 Dec

Hello Fellow Sales Chicks!

It’s been a long year and I have been away from this blog for far too long! I am going to work to refocus my energy and put time into this blog. I wish you all a Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous New Year!



“You don’t close a sale…

30 Aug

“You don’t close a sale, you open a relationship if you want to build a long-term, successful enterprise.”
Patricia Fripp

What a Fantastic Quote!