Monthly Meeting

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents: “How To Not Suck at Virtual Networking” presented by Ashley Owens

Saturday July 11 at 8:00 AM

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Presentation: “How To Not Suck at Virtual Networking”

Networking is such a personal activity, it is not a one size fits all practice. Most people get bogged down in the details and miss out on the foundation of how to build and retain an effective network. At the end of the day, no one cares WHAT you do, but do you know them, like them or trust them? Establishing and growing meaningful relationships is undeniably critical to long-term success and during the current worldwide pandemic when networking has shifted from onsite to fully online, Ashley reveals how to connect “face-to-face” in our new normal. By attending this session, you will learn how to:

  • Nurture your current business relationships 
  • Create a tactical, individualized approach 
  • Save time by recognizing the best strategic partners
  • Effectively engage contacts using email, messaging, social media, and other digital tools
  • Craft an authentic, powerful, professional networking process 

About the speaker:

Ashley Owens

Ashley Owens is the first and only Networking Concierge that puts you in the right situation or gets you out of the wrong one. As a networking concierge, Ashley works as a strategic partner, attending events with professionals as an extension and champion of them at local events and conferences. Starting her career as a personal and executive assistant to two celebrities in NYC, her experience in networking grew as she obtained positions in customer service, business analytics, and account management. Since 2017, she has grown her business into something she could have NEVER dreamed of. Ashley is a host of two digital TV talk shows on RVNTV and This is it TV, speaking and interviewing on the topic of tactical networking. She has taken over 700 introduction phone calls with business professionals looking to grow their network, and has given close to 1,000 introductions. She has spoken to over 50 networking groups, organizations, companies, and conferences, including the coveted Pennsylvania Conference for Women. She has been interviewed on the Mel Robbins Show on CBS, produces and hosts a podcast talking to entrepreneurs and their screw ups, raises over thousands  of dollars for local non profits that she partners with at her Cocktails and Conversation networking event, has over 185 referral partners, owns equity in two other startup companies and has been flown around country as a keynote speaker.

About the Meeting:

Topic: The Breakfast Club of New Jersey
Time: July 11, 2020 07:45 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. 

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/523024805

You can also dial in using your phone. 

United States: +1 (571) 317-3112 

Access Code: 523-024-805   

Meetup.com

We are using meetup.com in order to better promote our monthly meetings and attendance.

Please use this link to go to meetup.com and join the group: http://www.meetup.com/The-Breakfast-Club-NJ/

It will take a few seconds and greatly help us to help you and others. Once you join please leave a positive comment, specify by RSVP’ing any meetings you can make and direct people both to our website to join the group http://www.thebreakfastclubnj.com and the meetup.com link. These actions help keep our group strong so it’s there when you and others need it!

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to determine interest in our group and help plan future topics.

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The Breakfast Club NJ Presents: Virtual Meeting “Advance, Secure or Transition Your Career with High-Demand Certifications” presented by Sharon Bussey

Saturday May 9th, at 8:00 am

Event Location:

Comfort of your own home.

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone:

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/884536693 

  access code: 884-536-693 

  You can also dial in using your phone: (408) 650-3123

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to determine interest in our group and help plan future topics.

Please share this with other groups you may be in.  Join us on Meetup.com at: http://www.meetup.com/The-Breakfast-Club-NJ/ to RSVP for the meeting.

Presentation: “Advance, Secure or Transition Your Career with High-Demand Certifications”
Over the past decade high demand industry certifications have transformed the job market. Employers are seeking specific skill sets that are demonstrated through certifications. Obtaining certifications yield many benefits including: increasing your skills, demonstrating continuous learning, and being flagged by search engines for jobs. In this presentation you will learn about:
⦁ The top professional certifications for corporate and government employers
⦁ Skills and knowledge obtained from these certifications
⦁ Compensation
⦁ Current and future job demand
⦁ Prerequisites and experience needed for the certifications
⦁ Recommendations for certifications based on your experience and interests


About the speaker:

Sharon Bussey is the Managing Director of BTII Institute, a training and consulting firm. BTII was founded by Sharon in 2009 to train unemployed professionals to obtain high-demand certifications and assist them in obtaining gainful employment using government grants. Later BTII created additional divisions for public, government and corporate training as well as consulting. BTII specializes in: Agile, SAFe and Waterfall – Portfolio / Program / Project Management; and Business Intelligence / Data Analytics. Prior to BTII, Sharon was the Director of Business Technology & Organization Process Alignment at Pfizer where she led teams of more than 100 professionals. Prior to Pfizer she was a Senior Consultant at Deloitte  Consulting where she led large healthcare IT implementations. Sharon holds an MBA in Marketing and Operations from the Wharton School University of Pennsylvania and an MS in Computer Science from Pace University.

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to determine interest in our group and help plan future topics.

Be sure to tell your friends and bring them along. Be a part of our growing network of Job Seekers, Hiring Managers, Recruiters, Career Coaches, and people who want to be able to help themselves and each other.

Event Location:

Comfort of your own home.

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone:

 
access code: 884-536-693 
 
You can also dial in using your phone: (408) 650-3123

Meeting Format:

8:00 to 8:15 – Welcome and housekeeping

8:15 to 9:15 – Presentation by the guest speaker – Limited to 60 minutes

The Breakfast Club NJ – 10 Points for Good Member Citizenship

1) Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

2) Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly

3) Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible

4) Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)

5) Join groups Facebook group, Google +, and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)

6) Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)

7) If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

8) Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)

9) If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)

10) Help fellow members whenever possible

  1. Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  2. Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly
  3. Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible
  4. Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)
  5. Join groups Facebook group and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)
  6. Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)
  7. If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  8. Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)
  9. If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)
  10. Help fellow members whenever possible

We look forward to seeing everyone let’s make this a great meeting for our members that are in transition and welcome those that have landed

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to determine interest in our group and help plan future topics.

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The Breakfast Club NJ Presents: “Body Language for Job Seekers – Virtual and Live” presented by Eileen N. Sinett

Saturday June 13th at 8:00 AM

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Presentation: “Body Language for Job Seekers – Virtual and Live”

This presentation addresses body language best practices for live and virtual communications. Humans take in and process information consciously and unconsciously about EVERYTHING, but see, hear and sense, SELECTIVELY.  When it comes to meeting someone new for the first time, how you look and sound, smell, listen, dress and behave, matter as much as what you say, don’t say or how you say it.
Do you answer a question in 2 minutes or take ten?  Are you fidgety, stiff or relaxed?  Are you comfortable with your voice and/or image?  Though people react to these aspects differently, the fact is they do react.  We are more than our bodies, yet knowing some basics for managing them in interviews, presentations and networking, can support your communication confidence and “performance.”

About the speaker:
Eileen N. Sinett is a communications specialist who helps professionals communicate at their best.  As consultant, trainer-facilitator and coach, she focuses on growing clients’ communication confidence and performance.

For over 30 years, Eileen’s company, Speaking that Connects, has served individuals from various industries — pharmaceutical, legal, healthcare, financial, technology and non-profit organizations — to enhance the impact of their presentations, networking speeches, interviews, keynotes, trade show conversations and interpersonal relationships. Her mission is to promote speaker confidence, message clarity and audience connection.

Eileen has a Masters of Arts in Speech from Kean University and her Bachelor of Science degree is in the Communication Sciences from Emerson College, Boston. She has advanced training in Improvisation and Psychodrama and when not speaking or coaching, is taking tap-dance lessons, gardening, volunteering at a local theatre and attending live jazz events.

About the Meeting:
Topic: The Breakfast Club of New Jersey
Time: June 13th, 2020 07:45 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. 
https://www.gotomeet.me/DSchuchman/the-breakfast-club-nj—june-13 

https://www.gotomeet.me/DSchuchman/the-breakfast-club-nj—june-1
https://www.gotomeet.me/DSchuchman/the-breakfast-club-nj—june-13

You can also dial in using your phone. 
United States: +1 (646) 749-3112 

Access Code: 853-345-477  
 

Meetup.com

We are using meetup.com in order to better promote our monthly meetings and attendance.
Please use this link to go to meetup.com and join the group: http://www.meetup.com/The-Breakfast-Club-NJ/
 
It will take a few seconds and greatly help us to help you and others. Once you join please leave a positive comment, specify by RSVP’ing any meetings you can make and direct people both to our website to join the group http://www.thebreakfastclubnj.com and the meetup.com link. These actions help keep our group strong so it’s there when you and others need it!

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to determine interest in our group and help plan future topics.

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Timely article recommended by Frank Kovacs.

How Hiring Happens During This Pandemic Quarantine

By Ed Han

We are in a challenging time for hiring on both sides of the hiring desk.

The COVID-19 pandemic and attendant quarantines are reshaping how — and which — employers hire.

Quarantines and “social distancing” requirements have also eliminated most face-to-face meetings.

Consequently, what job seekers need to do to find their next opportunities under such circumstances has changed, too.

In many jurisdictions, the state government has issued mandatory quarantine instructions, ending most face-to-face meetings.

Finding the Jobs

The critical thing is finding out who is still hiring. This is only happening at essential businesses: businesses whose function is deemed necessary to maintain minimal societal function. But how to find out who is actually hiring now?

  •   Find employers.   This is surprisingly easy: consult your local guidelines. Go to your favorite search engine and, at least in the US, search on “essential business listing” and append your ZIP code. This will bring up a list of those essential businesses and industries.
  •   Stay on top of employers who are hiring.   On LinkedIn, search on the hashtag #hiringnow and you should see a list of such employers. And you should definitely “Follow” this hashtag: it will ensure that relevant status updates find their way into your LinkedIn feed.
  •   Double-check the employer’s environment.   Always ask a prospective employer what steps they are taking as an organization to ensure the safety of everyone.

Opportunities exist if you are willing to create a flexible job search that includes developing a great resume, being open-minded about where you work, and dedicating significant time to networking.

You can open doors, create your opportunities, and get a great role despite the current environment.

Impressing the Employer

This is not an easy time for most employers, either. Many businesses and public services have closed, hopefully only temporarily. Others struggle to stay open. Some are doing their best to handle the overwhelming volume of people seeking their help or services.

  •   Are you online?   Employers still hiring are invested in making sure they are complying with any government mandate re: social distancing and maximum group gatherings.

    This means that employers are more interested than previously in job seekers who already have reliable internet access in their homes and the ability to use the online conferencing tools. Be prepared for this.

    Add appropriate terms to your resumes, applications, and LinkedIn profiles that indicate you have these skills and experience.
  •   They are overwhelmed.   So many industries and businesses have had to slow or completely halt their hiring, hopefully temporarily.

    With many fewer employers hiring right now and unemployment skyrocketing, those organizations still hiring are experiencing a much greater volume of applications. When talent is in ample supply, this allows employers to be even more selective.

    Again, include the appropriate terms (keywords) to your resumes, applications, and LinkedIn profiles that indicate you match the requirements of the job.

The job market has changed, but it has not disappeared.

Prepare for Remote Interviews

During a pandemic, employers who are still conducting business want to ensure that they are protect both existing as well as future employees. In discussion with many other recruiters, the common theme is this:

Employers are conducting all interviews by phone or video interview. As an informed job seeker, you should brush up on best practices relating to both.

  •   Phone interview.   Make sure that your phone is fully charged in advance of your interview.

    [More: How to Succeed in Your Phone Interviews (a.k.a. Phone Screens)]
  •   Video interview.   Once you learn the medium whereby your interview will take place, do a test call with someone else. For GoToMeeting, Skype, WebEx, or Zoom, learn the interface and (if appropriate) install any relevant software (required for GoToMeeting and Skype).

    These technologies all offer a chat function: familiarize yourself with them, as periodically, connectivity issues may make smooth video/audio a challenge, so a text-based medium may help alleviate such issues.

    [More: How to Ace Your Video Interview and 12 Keys to One-Way Video Interview Success. ]
  •   Research your interviewer(s).   When confirming an interview, always ask in writing with whom you will be talking and how much time you should budget.

    [More: Job Interview Preparation with Smart Google Research.]

When You Are Hired

  Starting Your New Job  

Expect that part of the employer’s “onboarding” process (standard orientation for new employees) may be conducted virtually, via GoToMeeting, Skype, etc. In the interests of protecting all employees, whether long-standing or prospective, responsible employers are eliminating, or at least reducing, the need to complete the onboarding process in person.

The Bottom Line

If an employer is still hiring, they are acutely aware of the concerns you have. This is an indisputable truth: we have all heard the concerns you may have about fingerprinting or drug tests for those employers who require them. If you have concerns, voice them. Any employer worth joining has measures in place to protect everyone involved and will be happy to explain their practices and why they do what they do.

Be safe, and be successful!

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Ed Han is a recruiter and wordsmith and social media fanatic. As a veteran of several industries, including publishing, financial services and fashion, Ed helps facilitate a job search group in Princeton NJ and has served as the online community manager for the regional HR networking group Whine & Dine. Connect with Ed on Twitter @ed_han where you will often find that Ed has posted a “LinkedIn tip of the day.”

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Monthly Meeting

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents: Virtual Meeting “How to Work as a Consultant in the Gig Economy”  by David Schuchman

Saturday April 11th, at 8:00 am

Event Location:

Comfort of your own home.

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone:

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/851836333 You can also dial in using your phone: (872) 240-3212 

Meeting ID 851836333

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to determine interest in our group and help plan future topics.

Please share this with other groups you may be in.  Join us on Meetup.com at: http://www.meetup.com/The-Breakfast-Club-NJ/ to RSVP for the meeting.

Presentation: “How to Work as a Consultant in the Gig Economy”
A consultant is someone who provides skills, a service or expert advice to others. For some professionals, this can be a new way to stay busy and earn income. Especially when full-time employment opportunities are not available.
This program highlights the benefits and differences between employed vs. contract engagements. And, explains the steps you need to follow to pursue a path to “Work as a Consultant”.

David Schuchman

About the speaker:

David Schuchman is an Information Technology professional with a true passion for technology implementation, as well as applications design, development and IT operations. He is a seasoned Informational
Technology professional with over 30 years of experience, and where he spent the last 12 years of his corporate career as an IT leader in the financial services, transportation and healthcare industries.

Presently, David is an Information Technology services, training, and
management consultant with his own company, Princeton Technology Advisors, LLC. Princeton Technology Advisors offers support, quality of service and the desire to learn the in-depth knowledge of each client’s marketplace, organization and culture.

David is an active leader in the job seeker support community. He is the
current Executive Chair of the Professional Service Group of Mercer County in Princeton, NJ. In addition, David is a co-facilitator for New Jersey Job Seekers in Princeton, NJ. And he is on the boards of The Career Support Group at St. Gregory the Great in Hamilton, NJ and The Breakfast Club of New Jersey in East Brunswick, NJ.

Additionally, David is often requested to present topical programs and IT
training classes to business groups, adult schools, job seeker support groups and public libraries.

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to determine interest in our group and help plan future topics.

Be sure to tell your friends and bring them along. Be a part of our growing network of Job Seekers, Hiring Managers, Recruiters, Career Coaches, and people who want to be able to help themselves and each other.

Event Location:

Comfort of your own home.

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone:

 
You can also dial in using your phone: (872) 240-3212 

Meeting Format:

8:00 to 8:15 – Welcome and housekeeping

8:15 to 9:15 – Presentation by the guest speaker – Limited to 60 minutes

The Breakfast Club NJ – 10 Points for Good Member Citizenship

1) Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

2) Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly

3) Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible

4) Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)

5) Join groups Facebook group, Google +, and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)

6) Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)

7) If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

8) Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)

9) If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)

10) Help fellow members whenever possible

  1. Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  2. Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly
  3. Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible
  4. Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)
  5. Join groups Facebook group and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)
  6. Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)
  7. If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  8. Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)
  9. If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)
  10. Help fellow members whenever possible

RSVP By RSVPing – Helps us to see who, and how many members are attending.

We look forward to seeing everyone let’s make this a great meeting for our members that are in transition and welcome those that have landed

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to determine interest in our group and help plan future topics.

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CANCELED – actually replaced by a virtual meeting – continue reading below:


Dear Breakfast Club NJ Members,


In the midst of all this Corona Chaos, TBCNJ, under the direction of George Pace, is pleased to announce that we will have a VIRTUAL meeting this Saturday featuring our planned speaker, Valerie S. Williams. This broadcast will start at 9:00 am Saturday March 14, 2020.


Please follow these easy instructions:


Note that video is “Live”. When you click play, you will be added to the stream.


1. Go to www.facebook.com/keeppace


2. In the left hand column, you will see a Vertical menu with Home, About, Photos, Video’s

3. Click on Video’s

4. This will display the list of Videos on the Channel. The first one will have a title of “First BreakfastClub Live Stream Event”.
(It will have a Red Box saying LIVE ) – If you don’t see it, it hasn’t started yet.

5. Click on that Video and it should automatically go into view mode.

6. Make sure your Volume is enabled on your device

7. You can ask questions (or make comments) by making Comments to the stream (just like you would for any Facebook post).

What we figured out

1. Behind the scene’s – I am “real time” with Valerie via Skype

2. There is a slight delay of the streaming out to the Facebook channel – we guess about 2 minutes.

If anyone has any questions, email George Pace at keeppace@gmail.com.

Thank You,

Adrienne Roman

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents:Kick Start Your Job Search: The Essential Checklist, by Valerie S. Williams

Saturday March 14th, at 8:00 am CANCELED – actually replaced by a virtual meeting – read above:

Please share this with other groups you may be in.  Join us on Meetup.com to RSVP – By RSVPing – you help us to arrange for the appropriate sized room.

Presentation:Kick Start Your Job Search: The Essential Checklist

“It’s better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one than to have an opportunity and not be prepared.” — Whitney M. Young 

Before you submit your next resume there are some things you can do to make the process smoother and submission faster. This session will help you by giving you the ultimate job hunt checklist. This session will also give you networking tools, ways to showcase your skills, and supporting documents to help you track your progress.

Valerie S. Williams

About the speaker:

Valerie S Williams is a Project Manager Professional and Scrum Master working as a contractor at Bristol-Myers Squibb but stays active with networking groups when she can.  Valerie earned her BS in Computer Science from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA and started her IT career by programming in Lotus Notes and teaching computer skills including Microsoft Project.  After her first transition and networking with high school friends, Valerie changed careers by moving into a new industry and working with a start-up company.  After her second transition and networking, she managed multiple programming teams and several support groups which included international team members.  After Valerie’s third transition she learned the process for looking for a new career changed immensely.   While attending multiple networking events and seminars she heard many great speakers, each of whom focused on a specific topic.  To help manage all of the tasks associated with looking for a new career in the twenty first century Valerie created a to do list and compiled the tips that she picked up from each speaker.  Valerie will share some of these ideas, tasks and tips with you today.

About the Meeting:

Face 2 face Networking is SUSPENDED until further notice. Please sign up for this meetup on Meetup.com, and you can see which members have attended. In lieu of f2f Networking, pick 3 (or any other arbitrary number) of attending members, introduce yourself, on meetup. The initial email exchange can be followed up by a phone conversation, and an agreed next step (be it Linkedin, coffee, referral to someone else who can help).

Event Location:

Comfort of your own home

Meeting Format:

9:00 to 10:00 – Presentation

The Breakfast Club NJ – 10 Points for Good Member Citizenship

1) Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

2) Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly

3) Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible

4) Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)

5) Join groups Facebook group,  and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)

6) Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)

7) If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

8) Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)

9) If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)

10) Help fellow members whenever possible

  1. Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  2. Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly
  3. Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible
  4. Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)
  5. Join groups Facebook group and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)
  6. Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)
  7. If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  8. Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)
  9. If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)
  10. Help fellow members whenever possible

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to arrange for the appropriate sized room.

We look forward to seeing everyone let’s make this a great meeting for our members that are in transition and welcome those that have landed

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The Breakfast Club NJ Presents:Beating the Applicant Tracking System by Lynne M. Williams

Saturday February 8th, at 8:00 am

Please share this with other groups you may be in.  Join us on Meetup.com at: http://www.meetup.com/The-Breakfast-Club-NJ/ to RSVP for the meeting.

Presentation:Beating the Applicant Tracking System

As a job seeker, are you wondering why you are not getting any response to your online submissions? Uncover why human eyes may never see the resumes you submit online and discover what you need to do to optimize your resume to beat the dreaded ATS.

Have your current resume available to mark up during the workshop.

About the speaker:

Lynne M. Williams, BS, MA, ABD is the Executive Director of the Philadelphia Area Great Careers Group, an all-volunteer 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides education, resources, support services, and networking connections to individuals for career transition and career management, including veterans. 

In addition, Lynne is also the owner of Around the Clock Executive Helper, a writer of resumes and LinkedIn profiles. Lynne presents unique research-based workshops on LinkedIn, resumes, the Applicant Tracking System, the Art of Networking In Person & Online, and other career transition, social media, and technology topics. She has done extensive doctoral research on social media applications and is a contributing author to Find Your Fit: A Practical Guide to Landing the Job You Love along with the late Dick Bolles, the author of What Color is Your Parachute?. 

Connect with Lynne on LinkedIn at: www.linkedin.com/in/lynnewilliams

About the Meeting:

Networking begins at 7:30 am, meeting starts promptly at 8:00 am.

There is a $10 fee at the door to cover the cost of the room.

Be sure to tell your friends and bring them along. Be a part of our growing network of Job Seekers, Hiring Managers, Recruiters, Career Coaches, and people who want to be able to help themselves and each other.

Event Location:

Days Hotel Conference Center

195 Rt. 18 South, East Brunswick, NJ 08816

732-828-6900

Meeting Format:

7:30 to 8:00 – Registration and Open Networking

8:00 to 8:15 – Welcome and housekeeping

8:15 to 9:15 – Presentation by the guest speaker – Limited to 60 minutes

9:15 to 10:15 – Elevator Pitch – 30 Seconds about yourself, who you are, what you are looking for, target companies (3-4), how we can help you, how you can help others. Follow the rule of the Three B’s of Public Speaking: Be informative; Be brief; Be seated.

10:15 until you choose to leave – Open Networking, follow up with people you are interested in meeting following their elevator pitch, exchange business cards, peruse the library, arrange follow up meetings, etc.

The Breakfast Club NJ – 10 Points for Good Member Citizenship

1) Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

2) Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly

3) Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible

4) Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)

5) Join groups Facebook group, Google +, and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)

6) Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)

7) If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

8) Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)

9) If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)

10) Help fellow members whenever possible

  1. Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  2. Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly
  3. Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible
  4. Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)
  5. Join groups Facebook group and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)
  6. Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)
  7. If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  8. Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)
  9. If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)
  10. Help fellow members whenever possible

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to arrange for the appropriate sized room.

We look forward to seeing everyone let’s make this a great meeting for our members that are in transition and welcome those that have landed

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Monthly Meeting

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents:

The Future of Work – How will you “Keep Pace” by George Pace

Saturday January 11th , at 8:00 am ET

Synopsis:

Please share this with other groups you may be in. Join us on Meetup.com at: http://www.meetup.com/The-Breakfast-Club-NJ/ to RSVP for the meeting.

Presentation:

Abstract

The Future of Work – How will you “Keep Pace” 

The Future of Work”.   A popular topic that tends to include related terms such as:

  • Digital Disruption  
  • Gig Economy
  • Job Automation
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Reskilling the Workforce   

But what exactly is the “Future of Work”? 

  • Is it the latest industry fad? 
  • Is it a “singular thing” 
  • Should it be considered a Fait Accompli?

The reality is that the future state of the “Future of Work” continues to evolve .. seemingly daily..  which is one reason why there are so many questions about it.   And as the potential disruption is so great, some companies have started formal efforts to establish their own “Future of Work” strategies to gain insights on potential organizational changes.   

But the challenge is even GREATER for the individual worker,  who needs to figure out how to “Keep Pace”  with the “Future of Work” on their own, due in large part to a lack of specific or tangible guidance.

Until now.

In this brand new presentation for 2020, George will share his research and insights to date on the “Future of Work”, where he will cover:

  • The newly developed “Keep Pace” Future of Work Ecosystem 
  • Core Players of the “Future of Work” Ecosystem which include
    • The Individual
    • Society
    • Business
    • Technology 
  • The SKILLS intersection (there are 8) where we will discuss
    • Future of Work Skills
    • Recommended activities to obtain those skills

There will also be a video “surprise” in the weeks prior to the presentation.    So that you are alerted as to when those video’s appear, you are ecouraged to subscribe to George’s Youtube channel at 

                                         www.youtube.com/keeppace 

NOTE: OPTIONALLY – for those interested in reading through supporting material prior to the presentation, visit: 

https://www.keeppace.com/2020-presentationreading

About the speakers:

George Pace is an IT technology leader, focusing on how to extract business value from the latest technologies. His is currently working to”Keep Pace” with Artificial Intelligence and Digital Assistants so that he can gain insights as to how those technologies impact the “Future of
Work”.

George is sharing his thoughts and insights on his website (http://www.keeppace.com ) – so stop by and visit. George holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Seton Hall University and an MBA from the Rutgers Business School

About the Meeting:

Networking begins at 7:30 am, meeting starts promptly at 8:00 am.

There is a $10 fee at the door to cover the cost of the room.

Be sure to tell your friends and bring them along. Be a part of our growing network of Job Seekers, Hiring Managers, Recruiters, Career Coaches, and people who want to be able to help themselves and each other.

Event Location:

Days Hotel Conference Center

195 Rt. 18 South, East Brunswick, NJ 08816

732-828-6900

Meeting Format:

7:30 to 8:00 – Registration and Open Networking

8:00 to 8:15 – Welcome and housekeeping

8:15 to 9:15 – Presentation by the guest speaker – Limited to 60 minutes

9:15 to 10:15 – Elevator Pitch – 30 Seconds about yourself, who you are, what you are looking for, target companies (3-4), how we can help you, how you can help others. Follow the rule of the Three B’s of Public Speaking: Be informative; Be brief; Be seated.

10:15 until you choose to leave – Open Networking, follow up with people you are interested in meeting following their elevator pitch, exchange business cards, peruse the library, arrange follow up meetings, etc.

The Breakfast Club NJ – 10 Points for Good Member Citizenship

1) Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

2) Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly

3) Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible

4) Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)

5) Join groups Facebook group, Google +, and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)

6) Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)

7) If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

8) Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)

9) If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)

10) Help fellow members whenever possible

  1. Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  2. Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly
  3. Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible
  4. Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)
  5. Join groups Facebook group and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)
  6. Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)
  7. If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  8. Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)
  9. If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)
  10. Help fellow members whenever possible

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to arrange for the appropriate sized room.

We look forward to seeing everyone let’s make this a great meeting for our members that are in transition and welcome those that have landed

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Monthly Meeting

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents:

What should be keeping you up at night about the job market.”presented by Jerry Crispin

Saturday December 14th, at 8:00 am ET

Synopsis:

Please share this with other groups you may be in. Join us on Meetup.com at: http://www.meetup.com/The-Breakfast-Club-NJ/ to RSVP for the meeting.

Presentation:

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents:What should be keeping you up at night about the job market.”presented by Jerry Crispin

Presentation:What should be keeping you up at night about the job market

Abstract

What should be keeping you up at night about the job market. And a few things you can do about it: A Conversation with Gerry Crispin

I tell stories. After 50 years of studying the hiring landscape globally, I’m just happy to share what makes sense to what you want to know about.

About the speakers:

Gerry Crispin

Gerry describes himself as a life-long student. He stays grounded by engaging a community of friends & colleagues every day- actively promoting the notion that Talent Acquisition (TA) is the ‘point of the spear’ of HR. Every stakeholder in the hiring process, especially candidates, must have their basic needs addressed. Gerry founded CareerXroads in 1996 to encourage the transformation of hiring into the 21st century. Today, with his business partner, Chris Hoyt, CareerXroads is in its second decade as a member driven community of Talent leadership teams from 130 major firms who are devoted to learning from and helping one another improve their hiring practices.

In 2010, Gerry co-founded a non-profit, Talentboard, with Elaine Orler and Ed Newman, to better define and research the Candidate Experience, a subject he has been passionate about for more than 30 years. Today the ‘CandEs’ has firmly established itself around the world and publishes competitive practice benchmarks for employers each year in North America, Europe, Asia and, soon, South America (based on more than a quarter million candidate surveys each year from 300-500 participating employers.) In 2017, the Association for Talent Acquisition Professionals was launched after years of discussion with practitioners, consultants and service providers. Approaching 1000 members in 2019, ATAP’s Board of Directors is building a body of work to truly support recruiting as a profession. This milestone completed another bucket list item Gerry was intent on seeing through. Gerry co-authored eight books on the evolution of staffing, and has written 100s of articles and whitepapers on similar topics. His career spans 50 years and includes Consulting, Recruitment Advertising, HR leadership positions with Fortune 100 employers, Executive Search and Career Services at the University where he graduated with his BE and in Engineering and IO/Psychology degrees. And no, he hasn’t retired.

Gerry’s student persona keeps fresh by leading global delegations of CHROs and TA leaders with China Gorman each year to interview government officials, employers, professors and students about work and hiring practices somewhere in the world. Recent countries include Japan (2017), Cuba (2015) and Eastern Europe (2018). Next up is Singapore (November, 2019). 

About the Meeting:

Networking begins at 7:30 am, meeting starts promptly at 8:00 am.

There is a $10 fee at the door to cover the cost of the room.

Be sure to tell your friends and bring them along. Be a part of our growing network of Job Seekers, Hiring Managers, Recruiters, Career Coaches, and people who want to be able to help themselves and each other.

Event Location:

Days Hotel Conference Center

195 Rt. 18 South, East Brunswick, NJ 08816

732-828-6900

Meeting Format:

7:30 to 8:00 – Registration and Open Networking

8:00 to 8:15 – Welcome and housekeeping

8:15 to 9:15 – Presentation by the guest speaker – Limited to 60 minutes

9:15 to 10:15 – Elevator Pitch – 30 Seconds about yourself, who you are, what you are looking for, target companies (3-4), how we can help you, how you can help others. Follow the rule of the Three B’s of Public Speaking: Be informative; Be brief; Be seated.

10:15 until you choose to leave – Open Networking, follow up with people you are interested in meeting following their elevator pitch, exchange business cards, peruse the library, arrange follow up meetings, etc.

The Breakfast Club NJ – 10 Points for Good Member Citizenship

1) Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

2) Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly

3) Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible

4) Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)

5) Join groups Facebook group, Google +, and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)

6) Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)

7) If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

8) Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)

9) If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)

10) Help fellow members whenever possible

  1. Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  2. Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly
  3. Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible
  4. Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)
  5. Join groups Facebook group and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)
  6. Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)
  7. If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  8. Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)
  9. If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)
  10. Help fellow members whenever possible

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to arrange for the appropriate sized room.

We look forward to seeing everyone let’s make this a great meeting for our members that are in transition and welcome those that have landed

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Monthly Meeting

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents:

“Money Saving Strategies During a Career Transition: Health Insurance, Taxes, Etc…” Presented by Bill LaChance and Jim Moore

Saturday November 9th, at 8:00 am ET

Synopsis:

Please share this with other groups you may be in. Join us on Meetup.com at: http://www.meetup.com/The-Breakfast-Club-NJ/ to RSVP for the meeting.

Presentation:

Money Saving Strategies During a Career Transition: Health Insurance, Taxes, Etc…

Bill and Jim explain
This presentation will cover a number of strategies to consider to help with cash flow during a career transition. The focus will be on those strategies that may not be well known or understood. Topics will include: Medical Insurance through the Affordable Care Act, strategies to take advantage of shifting marginal tax rates during a transition including impact of the new tax law, and advantages/disadvantages of 401k/403b rollovers.

About the speakers:

Bill LaChance

Bill LaChance

Bill LaChance is an independent financial advisor. Bill’s firm offers a unique flat fee program that combines financial planning, investment management, tax planning and tax preparation. Prior to launching his financial planning practice, Bill spent twenty two years in corporate finance in the retail industry and before that was a CPA with a large accounting firm. Bill has a B.S. in Accounting from Bryant University and an MBA in Finance from Indiana University. Bill is a Certified Financial Planner as well as an Enrolled Agent authorized to represent taxpayers before the IRS. 

Jim Moore

Jim Moore joined Bill’s firm as an independent financial advisor a little over a year ago. Prior to joining WJL, Jim also had a long career in corporate finance including as a VP Finance with Coca Cola Enterprises and as CFO for a subsidiary of an international public company. Jim also started his career with a large accounting firm.  Jim has a B.S. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and completed the Financial Planning Certificate program at Fairfield University.  Jim is a licensed CPA.

 

About the Meeting:

Networking begins at 7:30 am, meeting starts promptly at 8:00 am.

There is a $10 fee at the door to cover the cost of the room.

Be sure to tell your friends and bring them along. Be a part of our growing network of Job Seekers, Hiring Managers, Recruiters, Career Coaches, and people who want to be able to help themselves and each other.

Event Location:

Days Hotel Conference Center

195 Rt. 18 South, East Brunswick, NJ 08816

732-828-6900

Meeting Format:

7:30 to 8:00 – Registration and Open Networking

8:00 to 8:15 – Welcome and housekeeping

8:15 to 9:15 – Presentation by the guest speaker – Limited to 60 minutes

9:15 to 10:15 – Elevator Pitch – 30 Seconds about yourself, who you are, what you are looking for, target companies (3-4), how we can help you, how you can help others. Follow the rule of the Three B’s of Public Speaking: Be informative; Be brief; Be seated.

10:15 until you choose to leave – Open Networking, follow up with people you are interested in meeting following their elevator pitch, exchange business cards, peruse the library, arrange follow up meetings, etc.

The Breakfast Club NJ – 10 Points for Good Member Citizenship

1) Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

2) Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly

3) Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible

4) Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)

5) Join groups Facebook group, Google +, and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)

6) Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)

7) If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)

8) Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)

9) If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)

10) Help fellow members whenever possible

  1. Attend meetings regularly to keep group strong and help pay back to others (meeting logistics on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  2. Keep anti-virus on your machine up to date and run scan regularly
  3. Review messages and if request for assistance please help whenever possible
  4. Once you have received your invitation and joined our linked in group, connect to other members directly(questions see Gerry Peyton -gpeyton@ptd.net)
  5. Join groups Facebook group and connect to other members directly (questions see Adrienne Roman – adrienne1204@optonline.net)
  6. Join groups twitter account (questions see George Pace – keeppace@gmail.com)
  7. If you run across someone in transition invite them to join our group and sponsor them through process (details on our website www.thebreakfastclubnj.com)
  8. Sunday mornings listen to our radio show, “Your Career Is Calling”, at 8am ET either on radio at 107.7 or via internet 24/7 live or on demand at www.1077thebronc.com (as this is a call in show your calls help make it successful)
  9. If you are in transition put your elevator pitch in writing to group, ask for help with job search issues or connecting to people at target companies, regularly post job opportunities (from email you joined the group – send email to thebreakfastclubnj@yahoogroups.com)
  10. Help fellow members whenever possible

RSVP By RSVPing – you help us to arrange for the appropriate sized room.

We look forward to seeing everyone let’s make this a great meeting for our members that are in transition and welcome those that have landed

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