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The Myth of Perfection

Is it better to be perfect and a little bit late or on time but slightly flawed? This is an actual question I ask in just about every interview I’ve hosted in the past few years. I’ve probably asked it more than a couple hundred times and in all of

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Defining Your Niche

When the internet arrived on the scene, concern rose whether there would be a need for the travel professional. After all, with a few clicks of a mouse, one could book one’s flight from LA to Singapore or London to Cape Town. With a few more clicks, you could hold

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Using LinkedIn to Land a Travel Job

You’ve probably heard of Linkedin and maybe you are already on it. Great. That’s a good start. As someone who has interviewed over 500 applicants over the years, Linkedin is often the first place I look when I see a resume cross my desk. Currently, I’d say only 50% of

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Choosing the Right Travel Path

You’ve arrived home from London. You’ve cleared customs by some fluke. Your backpack is unpacked and you’ve attended more obligatory “Welcome Home” parties that any one person should ever have to endure. Now it’s time to settle down and find a job. The question you are faced with is which

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become a better writer

Why You are a Better Writer Than You Think

If you’ve ever thought…”But I’m not a good writer. How can I post great content when I’m not good at stringing words together. What do I do?” For 5678. Very few people think they are good writers. I didn’t think I was a good writer until a whole bunch of

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