Jim Dwyer talks about what entrepreneurs can take away from the story and missteps of Diaspora.
"Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door." - Attributed to Ralph Waldo Emerson "Does the world have a mouse problem?" "Do people know what a mousetrap is?" "What's so special about this particular mousetrap?"...Show More Summary
If you're skeptical about why a mentor would want to partner with a mentee, it may be because you don't have a plan in place to make it worth her while. Figure out what you have to offer your mentor, and do everything you can to provide that value.
Splitting the function into two doesn’t go far enough.
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Before you go on a sales call, or to a job interview, or conduct a job interview, do you Google the person you’ll be meeting? If you have time, of course you do. If you don’t have time, you don’t, which can leave you unprepared for that meeting. Enter Charlie. Charlie is a personal assistant […]
You might think you’re immune, but you’re not.
Unloading a noncore business is trickier than you might think.
Interviews with a handful of super young CEOs yield advice for those looking to follow in their footsteps.
These pathologies include 1) endemic official terror of seeming “racist” or being labeled as such, 2) an obsession with not giving ammunition to the country’s weak and tiny extreme right, 3) the requirement that all liberal middle-class...Show More Summary
If you’re struggling to figure out where to take your career, here’s how to avoid choosing the wrong path. The post If You Want to Land a Career You’ll Love, Don’t Make These 3 Mistakes appeared first on Brazen Life.
Over time, you learn to look for: Not what was said but what was meant. Not what was promised but what was done. Not what is glitzy but what is important. Not what looks good but what is good. Not what is eloquent but what is clear. Not what is permissible but what is right.
Always make the audience suffer as much as possible. - Alfred Hitchcock
If you have ever watched the White House briefings you may have noticed the reporters always have a follow on question at the ready. Of course this is to be expected as they are professionals in the reporting business. You should take...Show More Summary
I’ll never forget a recruiting assignment I was given during my days at the airline. I had just started working for the company and my boss called. She said, “I need for you to find us a director of in-flight services.” I said, “Sure thing. Show More Summary
Dear Evil HR Lady, I recently openly criticized the “head honcho” of my company. Amongst 3 or 4 co-workers, I let it be known that that I was growing tired of the consistent homophobic, sexist and racist remarks that the boss makes during company meetings. Of course, my comments made their way back to the […]
There are some BIG mistakes you can make when writing your resume. In the spirit of Halloween, let’s look at some of the scariest resumes I've ever seen... The post 6 Of The Scariest Resumes I’ve Ever Seen appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Want success? Learn from Tim Ferriss, angel investor and author of the Four-Hour Workweek. Here's the lazy networker's guide to moving up. The post The Lazy Networker’s Guide To Moving Up appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
In case you missed some of the great advice we shared this month, here are 18 fantastic tips from our contributors on becoming professionally independent! The post 18 Tips For Becoming Professionally Independent appeared first on CAREEREALISM.