A new way to approach the interview – how can you MAKE them like you?
I always say that professionals need to “drive their own career bus.” Who’s Got Your Back, by Keith Ferrazzi, illustrates some important ideas for all careerists to consider. Read on for my review…
Earlier today, one of my Twitter friends, life/brand strategist Walter Akana tweeted an intriguing question. He asked: How do you keep your networking skills continually refreshed? My answer: I try to think of networking as a way of BEING instead of something to DO. Another Twitter friend, Megan Fitzgerald, an expat career and entrepreneur coach, […]
Today, one of my “read daily” blog writers, Penelope Trunk, wrote about getting on Twitter and used it as a way to talk about doing something that scares you. For those who don’t know, Twitter is a way to post updates about your daily activities so that your “followers” will know your every move. Some […]
photo by mrhappy Feeling lonely at work?Ã‚Â Work by yourself or from home and miss all of that great office banter?Ã‚Â The exchange of ideas?Ã‚Â The politics? Keith Ferrazzi suggestsÃ‚Â seeking out a peer for support and camaraderie.Ã‚Â It’s a great idea to find a colleague who is in your field or a complementary field (a […]