Writer's block. It's the eternal nemesis of anyone who has ever had to turn thoughts into written words. Most of us have been there, and it's always a frustrating problem to overcome. Here's how to bust through blocks.
“There is no such thing as a dumb question." Well, some employers might disagree with that well-worn cliché after reading one too many misguided cover letters. Remember that when crafting a cover letter, your objective is to supply information, not request it. Keep the queries to a minimum in your application materials, and use the job interview to ask highly informed questions that show you've done your research.
Even the best creative professionals can be faced with a layoff. I recently learned this firsthand. Here are 10 steps to help you take control of an out-of-control situation and get your career back on track.