Learn to Start Anew Holding on to what’s no longer there holds too many of us back. Some of us spend the majority of our lives recounting the past and allow negativity to permeate our present. We waste our time and energy when we dwell...Show More Summary
Pictures are not only worth a thousand words, they can also help you get a job. Visual content is more appealing to look at and can illustrate quickly, making them ideal for resumes. While many creative types are using infographic resumes,...Show More Summary
Love your internship? Use it to launch a career you love, too. These tips will help you go from intern to full-time employee. The post 5 Smart Tips to Turn Your Internship Into a Full-Time Job appeared first on Brazen Life.
f you’re working with other teams outside your own who are not involved in your daily meetings, they’re not always on the same page as you regarding priorities — and sometimes they can become a roadblock to your team’s progress....
Ditch the dreaded resume objective and craft a personal branding statement that will grab attention and help you land the job. The post Stop Writing Resume Objectives and Start Writing These Instead appeared first on Brazen Life.
In the what is now the long era of email correspondence surpassing snail mail correspondence, it is important to connect your personal brand to your contacts in a way that is professional and inviting. Think of it as your online stationary. ...Show More Summary
Finding the right level of stimulation for your work and relationships is one of life’s key challenges. Sometimes we procrastinate on tasks and check out from relationships because the overall stimulation level isn’t a good match for our preferences. Show More Summary
Last week I was contacted by a late-thirties executive who was seeking a career coach. He said he had worked previously with a coach in an other state, the result of which was a move to Atlanta with a step up to a Vice President position and considerably more income. Show More Summary
You worked diligently on your résumé and cover letter, polishing them to perfection. Then you submitted them both for a position you sought. Soon thereafter you received a screening call from the hiring company’s Human Resources Department. Show More Summary
So, finally, you receive a call to schedule an interview. All your efforts have paid off. A person calls you to schedule another interview. This is a huge compliment! You were selected from dozens or, at times, hundreds of people who applied for the very same position. Show More Summary
If you’re unhappy with your current job, don’t quit -- yet. Start looking at other options that you’ll enjoy while still pulling in a paycheck. The post How to Find a Career You Love – Without Quitting Your Job appeared first on Brazen Life.
Most recruiters automatically dismiss candidates who submit applications with typos. But psychology research says this might be the wrong approach. The post Why You Should Hire Someone Who Makes Typos appeared first on Brazen Life.
Thank you and all the best in employee engagement in 2015 This is a picture taken from my office window yesterday. It has been a pleasure to travel around the world in 2014 working on employee engagement and it is a a treasure to be home. I am so grateful for how much I learned […]
As final reports are submitted and employees tie up loose ends before the holidays, many are scrambling around to find the perfect gift to give their colleagues at the annual company holiday party. While it might seem like finding aShow More Summary
Why would anyone want 90,000 gifts for Christmas or whatever your seasonal holiday is? Not even the greediest person would want 90,000 gifts, right? Not even the #1 person on Santa’s list, the nicest person who deserves the best of the season’s bounty wants 90,000 gifts. Show More Summary
If a toxic workplace is affecting your health and well-being, try these strategies to stay sane and deal with difficult coworkers. The post 3 Tips for Dealing with a Toxic Workplace appeared first on Brazen Life.
(Photo: Aaron Benitez) “Luxury is feeling unrushed. It is designing a life that allows you to do what you want with high leverage, with many options, all while feeling unrushed.” -Tim Ferriss [30:36] The short audio below answers your 20+ most popular questions, as determined by 7,000+ votes. For those who missed it, I’ve included a […]
At Kinetix, we have some themed conference and breakout rooms. There's Boiler Room, Tommy Boy, Moneyball, etc. The holidays are a good time to think about remodeling and since it's hoops season, I think it's time to have a room...
One of the many challenging things I experienced in my former life as a digital marketing account manager was scope creep. Scope creep occurs when you’ve already started a project and someone requests a change or a new direction tha...
A college diploma is not necessarily your ticket to professional nirvana. What if you could skip college and still earn top dollar? The post How You Can Skip College and Still Land an Awesome Job appeared first on Brazen Life.