Sequence Articles

“You don’t write because you want to say something, you write because you have something to say.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

We are passionate about our business of helping career-minded individuals to grow personally, professionally, and to take their career up to its highest level. For nearly two decades, we have dedicated ourselves to this endeavor. Along the way, we have learned a thing or two.

Today, Sequence is the innovative leader in the career planning services sector.

We are especially known for providing job seekers and career-minded individuals an exceptional level of professional and personalized service and expertise in career planning, personal branding and candidate marketing. We are constantly called upon to speak and share our knowledge and expertise before professional trade associations, at major national conferences and to write articles for publication around the world.

We gladly invite you to read a sampling of our articles here or purchase one of our more detailed publications or books / eBooks. We trust you will find these short posts helpful to your career planning and job search efforts.

Standard Types of Interviews

These days, there are generally three basic types of interviews – behavioral, team and multiple; however, they may be conducted in many different ways, and each of the more common types is explained here to give you a better understanding of not only the differences but why they are used by employers. By knowing the kinds of interviews used and the reason

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Expressing Your Value Proposition (MVP – My Value Proposition)

Everyone has a story. It’s the account of who you are.  Your story is unique to you and sets you apart from all others.  It’s the history of your life; your career journey.  It reflects your experiences, accomplishments and what you have learned along the way.  It’s also the intersection with others, relationships and associations you have built and nurtured throughout your

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Beware of the Surprise Interview

If you have followed the advice given so far, there will not be any surprise interviews. By building your brand, materials and planning out your career, you will always be prepared. It will come as a second nature. Just as how comfortable you would be talking about any other aspect of your life. A surprise interview can only take place when you

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Personal Networking: The Gold Standard

The strongest, most valuable networking method is one-on-one because it’s based on personal communication and relationships between you and others who share an interest in each other and their business. These relationships can easily be developed by actively participating in professional activities, especially through professional associations. Get active in the local and state chapters, and attend meetings regularly. Take on leadership roles

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