Now that I am diving into the job search again, I need an answer to THE question every recruiter will ask me: What about the last 3 years in the Philippines? How will I ever impress a potential hiring manager? I need to come up with Something! “Something” with numbers. “Something” with action verbs and a track record of successes. “Something” measurable and highly tangible. … Continue reading From SAHM to CEO: How I filled the 3-year gap in my resume (without any alternative fact)!
The news hit me like a punch: In 4 months, we are out of the country. Adios Filipino island life, back to Europe. But WHAT will we do and WHERE? I have been so into this “living the moment” state of mind, drishti hardly a few feet in front of me … With my eyes now wide open, I realize that my little Attilas will soon go to … Continue reading From SAHM to Working Mum (intro)
“And you M’am, what’s your profession?” is probably the question I have been asked more than a billion times. “CEO of the Attila Cie, but you can also call me a Super Mama!” Have you ever had a job where you had no previous experience, no training, you couldn’t quit and people’s live were at stake? I am also a Super yaya, HR manager of a very … Continue reading The harsh reality of my job on Bantayan island
I have been out of the Public Relations circus for 14 months now. No interview, nothing, not even a little off. So when I was invited by Yulia from Tiny Expats to answer a few questions about my career path from a busy working schedule to a full time stay at home Mum… I could not resist the call! Dear audience, this is me again … Continue reading Oups I did it again! This time with 2 toddlers!
Why on Earth did I do this crazy thing? Perfect weather, perfect day, until…I checked the calendar. The numbers shouted at me, so loud that I almost fainted: half of the year had already passed by!!! How far did I go with expanding my network, working on my resumé and coming with a clear plan of action of where I want to be early next year? Ahem…Ahem… I … Continue reading Procrastinators peeps, can we stick to those 5 tips (as of … Right Now) ?
« They confiscated my cell phone. Some weeks, I have to wake up at 3:30AM to prepare the breakfast of the 90 students of this building. I hardly go out anymore and I haven’t seen my family for weeks. Still, I have never been so happy and so proud of what I am doing!” Contradictory? Not when you are a student with Passerelles Numeriques (Digital Bridges … Continue reading And you thought Pinoy were lay back?..