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April 18, 2012
Vol. 14, Issue 13

Books Authored
by Joel Garfinkle

Getting Ahead
Executive Presence
Get Paid What You're Worth
Land Your Dream Job
Love Your Work
Time Management
Find a Job in 14 Days
getting ahead

How Introverts Can Get Noticed and Get Ahead at Work
Are you uncomfortable in group settings? Do you abhor public speaking? Do you have better ideas than the loudmouths do in your office, yet you watch helplessly as they get promoted while you're barely noticed working silently in your cubicle? If so, you're likely an introvert who is going to need some help.

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getting ahead
The secrets Apple keeps
Undercover meetings! Stealth product developments! The world's most successful company is obsessed with privacy. In his new book, Fortune senior editor-at-large Adam Lashinsky finds out what it's really like to work at Apple and how its secretive behavior pays off.

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getting ahead
Negotiating your job offer
It's a delicate moment. You've been approached for a very attractive position. Now the company wants to make you an offer. All that remains is to agree on salary and benefits. What is your opening move?
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"A child of five would understand this. Send someone to fetch a child of five."
~ Groucho Marx

"A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd."
~ James Crook

"The question who ought to be boss is like who ought to be the tenor in the quartet? Obviously, the man who can sing tenor."
~ Henry Ford

It's NOT Too Late to Take Responsibility for Your Career

When I hear people complain about their current job I've only got one answer for them: Be responsible. Choosing to be a victim of your circumstances makes you lose control over situations that come your way. Being responsible about your current situation gives you the power to take action to change it.

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Recommended Resources
Worth It ... Not Worth It? By Jack Otter Every day we make financial decisions, from choosing a mutual fund to renting a car to deciding between debit and credit. But the right answers all seem to require complicated research. This book is the Swiss Army knife of personal finance, demystifying complex, real-world dilemmas and breaking the answers down into simple, Do This/Not That solutions.

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