Alan Carniol

Alan Carniol

Alan is the creator of Interview Success Formula, a training program that has helped more than 80,000 job seekers to ace their interviews and land the jobs they deserve. Interviewers love asking curveball questions to weed out job seekers. But the truth is, most of these questions are asking about a few key areas. Learn more about how to outsmart tough interviewers by watching this video.

3 Tips and Tricks to Help You Deal with a Job that SucksWe all go through bad days at work. Emails incessantly coming in from the first hour of your shift until the very last minute of the day. Boss constantly nagging in the background. A pile of workload that doesn’t seem to run out. The problem is this seems to be the scenario every single day. And it doesn’t seem to get better.

4 Tips to Help You Rekindle Your Relationship with Your WorkJust like your personal life, your professional life is also a work in progress. Starting a new job can feel all exciting and amazing. The enthusiasm, motivation and passion - it’s all in there! And despite the imperfections, you’re loving your job and your satisfaction overpowers the flaws. It was like this for quite a while until things suddenly changed one day.

5 Ways to Set Boundaries When Working from HomeWorking from home entails several perks - a flexible schedule, a personalized office or workspace, more time in your day (because you can skip the travel to and from work), home cooked meals and a lot more! For many people, this work setup is the ideal setup they need to finally achieve work-life balance especially when it comes to enjoying more personal time. While this is true, working from home also has its own set of challenges and disadvantages. One of them is the inability to detach from work.

Hate Your Job Heres Why You Should Continue Doing your BestEvery Sunday night, you loathe the thought of coming back to work the next day. You dread Mondays and you feel like dragging the days so that it’s Friday once again. Your legs feel like they’re losing energy as you walk towards your office from the sidewalk. Chances are you hate your job.

How to Manage Screen Time When Working from HomeIf you’re like many people who have already transitioned to a remote work setup, spending a significant amount of time on the screens on a daily basis is already part of your normal routine. Not only are your tasks done online. Even communicating, meeting, and socializing with your colleagues also have to take place in the virtual space.

How to Prepare for a Successful Career ChangeWhen you were starting out early on in your career, you probably found yourself extremely passionate and enthusiastic about your work that you’d do everything it takes to exceed expectations. As the years go by, you realize that you want to try something else, do something bigger and you begin to dream of a major breakthrough in your career. And these things are perfectly okay.

Thursday, 04 February 2021 07:00

3 Things to Do Before Leaving a Job You Hate

3 Things to Do Before Leaving a Job You HateWe all have different reasons why we consider leaving a job. Sometimes it’s because we want to build a new career. Other times because we hate our boss. But one of the most common reasons is that we simply hate our jobs. But do you really have to immediately quit only because you hate your job? Or have you considered doing something to turn it around?

3 Tips to Help You Overcome Work from Home FatigueContrary to the belief of many, working from home can be exhausting. Sure, you get to skip the daily stressful commute to and from work, you don’t get to be nagged at by your boss at your face when some things aren’t done right and you can work practically anywhere you want. Sounds promising, doesn’t it? But working from home isn’t always a bed of roses. Remote employees have a fair share of challenges and stresses, too.

5 Habits That Will Boost Your Confidence at WorkIf you ask some of the people who have been successful in their workplace regardless of the nature of their job or their work, one of the pieces of advice you’d probably hear is “be confident”. But why is confidence important at work?

Wednesday, 20 January 2021 07:03

4 Ways to Boost Your Career Development

4 Ways to Boost Your Career DevelopmentIf you’re like most people, you must have spent most of your adult years working 40 hours a week doing a job that gets the bills paid and gives you satisfaction and fulfillment. While there’s entirely nothing wrong with sticking to the same career for years, seeking career development and progression might be something you might want to look into.

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