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My journey to becoming an Image Consultant- Renuka Tandon

Posted by on Oct 19, 2013 in Blog, Image Management, Personal Branding | Comments Off

My journey to becoming an Image Consultant- Renuka Tandon

Renuka Tandon’s Journey…  …is about connecting the dots as we travel to our destination. (A first person narrative.)   I, Renuka Tandon,  am a Certified Image Consultant, among the first  few in India formally trained and certified in this new sunrise industry,  from the Image Consulting Business Institute, India, under the Curriculum of Conselle Institute of Image Management, USA; prescribed by Judith Rasband, a Certified Image Master in the Association of Image Consultants International (AICI). While my initial drive to become an Image Consultant was to help professionals...

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FOR CAREER SUCCESS: TRACK AND LEVERAGE YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Posted by on Aug 10, 2013 in Blog, Career Branding, Job Search | Comments Off

FOR CAREER SUCCESS: TRACK AND LEVERAGE YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

By: ACE impression Image Consulting.  A common attribute of a successful person is his or her accomplishments. Has this ever happened to you? You’ve been instructed to list your accomplishments, and you can’t think of any. Or you’re asked in a job interview, “What accomplishments are you most proud of?” — and you freeze up. You know you have had accomplishments, but you just can’t dredge them up. The inability to come up with accomplishments happens to lots of job-seekers— it’s very easy to get stuck in the day-to-day grind of work and forget to take...

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The 5 R’s for Conquering Career Obstacles in 2013

Posted by on Feb 3, 2013 in Blog, Career Branding, Uncategorized | Comments Off

The 5 R’s for Conquering Career Obstacles in 2013

The 5 R’s for Conquering Career Obstacles in 2013 Leave your baggage behind…Re-view your situation..Adjust your approach – and watch good things happen! Despite what we’re reading on myriad blogs this week, New Year’s resolutions aren’t bad – especially for job seekers, recent graduates and college students dealing with our new economic reality. The trouble with resolutions isn’t the resolutions, but lack of preparedness required to make them a reality. Until we know what we’re doing wrong – and what needs to change to get it right – resolutions are just “happy talk”. The turn of a calendar...

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