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Join me this month as I interview Marzena Ermler, Career Services Manager at the New York Public Library. Marzena highlights the free virtual business services that the library offers to the public. You do not have to be a resident of New York to take advantage of these offerings (and your local library may provide additional services).

Some of the complementary virtual resources available from NYPL Business Center include:
  • Career and resilience coaching (listen to Marzena explain the subtle but important distinctions between these two types of coaching)
  • Financial coaching (managing debt, investing, planning for retirement, Medicare, etc.)
  • Small business consultations for support in developing a small business plan
  • Online events hosted by The New York Public Library’s Business Center
One of the topics we discuss is the importance of having a resume that will pass an ATS (applicant tracking system). In the process of applying for a job—and long before being invited to meet with a human being—your resume is scanned. It seems counter-intuitive if you have paid for a beautifully designed resume. But if your resume is ill-formatted, you won’t make the first cut, even if you’re an excellent candidate. Working with a coach can help you get your resume up to snuff.
Perhaps you feel that you shine when you have the opportunity to meet a prospective employer in-person as opposed to virtually. Consider signing up for virtual coaching to polish your on-camera presence so you can be at your best in an online interview.
This year has presented incredible challenges that will continue for some time. It can also be a time to explore, develop, grow, and cultivate resilience in your chosen line of work. If you are seeking employment, wish to make a change in your current occupation, or feel you could benefit from professional guidance on any aspect of business and career development, I encourage you to reach out and take advantage of these offerings. The average person will spend upwards of 90,000 hours working during their lifetime. Cultivating work resilience, particularly in challenging times, will help you make the most of your work life now and in the future.
Marzena created a PDF with key links to many of the NYPL Business Center offerings discussed in our interview. Click here to access it.

Wishing you Resilience for Life,

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Marzena Ermler
Career Coach | Career Services Manager
While my heart remains heavy with the loss of Justice Ginsberg, I found some comfort in reading her New York Times Op-Ed from four years ago, "Advice for the Living." I also feel that one way I can honor her extraordinary legacy is by voting in this upcoming, most important election of our lives.

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