Published by : Peter Weddle

Career Fitness: Use a Smart Resume

Faced with increasingly more able competitors around the world, employers are now seeking workers who can make a difference on the job.  They describe these individuals as “A” level performers or with the more general term “talent,” but what they really want is nothing more (or less) than smart workers.  How can you prove you

WEDDLE’s CareerFitness Newsletter: July Edition

Welcome to Peter Weddle’s CareerFitness Newsletter.  We hope you find it interesting and useful, whether you’re looking for a new job or a better one. The secret to success in today’s unpredictable world of work is developing a strong, resilient and dependable career.  And Career Fitness is the single best way to achieve that goal.

Feature: Research with a Purpose

Feature: Research with a Purpose Research has always been a key element of any successful job search campaign, and the Internet is a dream source of employment-related information. There’s both good news and bad news when it comes to conducting research online, however. The good news is that the Internet is rich in easily accessed

A Prescription for the Soul

A Prescription for the Soul is an intriguing and soul-searching novel that asks – and tries to answer – some very disquieting questions on American morality and values. –Foreword Reviews There has never been a more appropriate or important time for a book like A Prescription for the Soul. This historical novel goes beyond a

Visit the Facebook Page of The Career Activist Republic

Visit the Facebook Page of The Career Activist Republic Learn more about the book that is revolutionizing the way America’s best workers achieve lasting success. Click here to visit the Facebook page of The Career Activist Republic. Read excerpts from the book and meet the author. Then, click the Like It icon and become a

Feature: Do Your Homework to Ace the Job Market

Feature: Do Your Homework to Ace the Job Market In a perfect world, we could buy insurance to protect us against sudden staff reductions, unexpected layoffs and the elimination of whole categories of jobs from the American workplace. In the real world, however, we are forced to take care of ourselves. How can we do

Career Fitness: Make Sure You Get Career Insurance

A recent survey by Glassdoor found that 45 percent of those who are currently employed expect to change jobs within the next 12 months. What kind of position will they consider? The same kind a person in transition should be looking for: a career advancement opportunity. There are, of course, many different reasons for taking

Career Fitness: Make Sure You Get Career Insurance

Career Fitness: Make Sure You Get Career Insurance A recent survey by Glassdoor found that 45 percent of those who are currently employed expect to change jobs within the next 12 months. What kind of position will they consider? The same kind a person in transition should be looking for: a career advancement opportunity. There

Career Fitness: Listen to Your Mother (to Find a Great Job)

It’s all the rage these days. If you’re in transition, you have to be using LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. But why? The rationale seems to be that if you can just reach the right person – no matter how distant and tenuous the link – you can depend on them to help you land a

Career Fitness: Listen to Your Mother (to Find a Great Job)

Career Fitness: Listen to Your Mother (to Find a Great Job) In This Edition of WEDDLE’s Newsletter: Career Fitness: Listen to Your Mother (to Find a Great Job) CareerFitness: The Book A Prescription for the Soul – Peter’s New Novel About Boomers & the American Dream The Unbiased Connection to Great Jobs Get the Advice