Creating Commonality with Your Interviewer

We are naturally drawn towards people who are similar to us. This of course can have negative and positive consequences. On the one hand, we may be shutting ourselves out from those who are different, and experiences that could enrich our lives. But on the other, we...

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Happy 4th of July from Candorful

Candorful wishes you a very happy Independence Day! Thank you to all of the Service Men and Women who have supported freedom around the world. Candorful is grateful for your service. We have the honor to share USS Constitution's annual "sail" down Boston Harbor to...

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Put Your Interviewer in a Better Mood

I recently began reading The Science of Likability: 27 Studies to Master Charisma, Attract Friends, Captivate People and Take Advantage of Human Psychology by Patrick King. I am always fascinated by what makes people attractive and drawn to someone else....

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Thank You MIT VMS

For the MassChallenge Shout-Out We were surprised and honored to see the congratulatory shoutout from MIT's Venture Mentoring Service for our recent achievement as MassChallenge Boston finalists. Thank you to MIT VMS mentors, volunteers and team for the support and...

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Candorful Selected for MassChallenge!

Candorful (formerly known as ShortList) Selected for MassChallenge Boston 2018 Accelerator Candorful joins global network of startups May 29, 2018 - Candorful, a nonprofit startup that pairs transitioning military and other at-risk populations with experienced...

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New Name, Same Passionate Mission

The Journey from ShortList to Candorful – New Name, Same Passionate Mission! Words mean things. In many ways, choosing the right words to express your idea or point of view is a painstaking task. In fact, one of the toughest parts of communicating, at crucial moments,...

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Fight Like You Train, For Interviews

Train as you fight. You don’t know how you’ll do in combat until you get there. Just about any war veteran, I’d wager, would agree with that statement. The same is true with interviews. You cannot assume that you’ll do well if you’ve never done it. It’s like we always...

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What Are Your Questions?

Well, what are your questions? If you’re like many veterans, you know that the implied response to that statement is precisely…nothing. How many times have you been to a briefing, meeting or class where the sound of crickets could be heard immediately following that...

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