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Some people like being on camera more than others. It's just a simple fact of life.

And, for a long time, many could have successful careers without ever being on camera. But, that's just not the case in 2021.

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From a job seeker's perspective, finding the right career can be difficult because of the competitive job market.

But, did you know that it can be just as difficult from an employer's perspective to attract the right type of candidate?

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Have you ever wondered about how you communicate with others?

How you interact with others plays a major role in both your career and life in general.

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The use of TikTok has taken off like wildfire recently and many companies have incorporated the video-sharing social network into the social media portion of their employer branding efforts.

TikTok allows people to create short-form (usually around one-minute) videos with music in the background. The content is short, and to the point. But, if you use it the right way, it can be impactful.

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Even at work, you have a personal brand. What are people saying about you when you're not in the room? Are you giving off the right vibe to your colleagues and conveying the brand you want to at work?

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In order to have a productive discussion about career growth with your manager, it is important for you to prepare and think through some key items ahead of time. You want to be in full control of your career path and the best way to do that is to approach your manager with confidence and conviction around your career growth goals.

To prepare for the discussion, start by answering some basic questions about yourself and your career:

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Whether you're looking to advance in your current career, find a new job, or change careers entirely, your personal brand will be essential to the process.

And, in this current environment, one of the best ways to promote your brand is through your social media presence.

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You've worked hard and paid your dues to finally earn an executive position. Hard work does pay off!

Just one minor drawback: Your new position may be bad for your health.

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