When you fail to own your past career experiences (especially, the bad ones!), you give the control of your future away. Owning a past experience doesn't mean you were wrong or are accepting blame, it means you want to use the experience to your advantage in the future.

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All of us have had experiences in our careers that we labeled "good" or "bad." The problem with this is it limits our future career decisions. The truth is, we should never interpret an experience as "bad" because we miss out on using it to our advantage. In this video, J.T. O'Donnell explains why you need to stop labeling past experiences as negative so you can unlock the full potential of your future.

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Your career story is a collection of experiences you've had that you've sorted through, labeled, and strung together to make sense of your career. Many people don't realize how their career story is impacting their ability to succeed. In this video, J.T. discusses how assessing your career story and editing it as needed can help catapult your career.

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Want to know what smart interview questions you should ask hiring managers in a job interview?

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LEARN WHAT EMPLOYERS ARE LOOKING FOR WHEN THEY'RE INTERVIEWING CANDIDATES. Join JT O'Donnell ask she explains what employers are looking for in candidates they're interviewing and how you can position yourself to impress them and stand out.

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Have you ever come across a job that has really piqued your interest but you realize you're not a 100% qualified for it? In this video, JT O'Donnell gives you her tips for figuring out if you should apply to a job that you're not a 100% match for and out to stand out if you do decide to apply.

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J.T O'Donnell gives her three steps for how you can go about connecting with recruiters on LinkedIn. Learn the steps that you can take to finally get your foot in the door at companies you're excited to work for.

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