Tell Me About Yourself – 3 Components of Successful Interview Answers

August 26, 2015 by Carrie De Simas

Almost every job interview contains a question about you as a person. What the interviewer wants is to determine if you are compatible with both the position and team at hand.  What an interviewer is looking for with these types of questions is a sign that you are a well-rounded

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Humanize your Villains

July 29, 2015 by Rudy Dees

You cannot have a story that does not have heroes and villains. Otherwise, you don’t have a story. You need bad guys to create conflict and you need good guys to reduce the conflict and bring the plot to a final resolution. Or do you? Warner doesn’t seem to think

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What makes you evil?

August 5, 2015 by William Tanner

In today’s chaotic world, there is a lot of emphasis being put on the battle between good and evil. Gone are the primary colored superheroes of the 1980s where Superman gallantly defended the world from evil, and where there were no questions about who was good and who was bad. 

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How Teachers Taught Me NOT to Brand

May 20, 2015 by Jessica Slade

As I am about to embark into a post-secondary world, I have been thinking less about the writing program into which I have been accepted and more about what my own personal brand will be within it. Although brand can have many different definitions, to me it is the means through

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