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If you missed our post yesterday, we are trying to earn enough votes for CAREEREALISM over at the “Mission Small Business” contest being held by Chase Bank and LivingSocial.com. If we can get 250 votes, we will be eligible to compete for a grant that would let us:


  1. Create new jobs.
  2. Expand our free resources for YOU!
I’m offering FREE career coaching to anyone who votes for us. To give readers an incentive to make the effort to vote, I’m offering the following: If you vote and post you voted on Facebook (I’ll be looking to see that you did.), you can e-mail me any career question and I will answer you personally. Send your e-mails to info@workitdaily.com with the subject line, “MSB Free Career Coaching” and the staff will forward them to me.

How to Vote

  1. Visit here: http://www.missionsmallbusiness.com
  2. Login using Facebook.
  3. Search for us on the term “CAREEREALISM” (only one “R” in the middle).
  4. Vote for us!
Then, announce that you voted on Facebook and send us your question. Thank you for helping us and look forward to responding to your e-mails! Free career coaching image from Bigstock
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