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You’ll read hundreds of articles online about how to chase your dream job, but are too scared to chase it. But what if you’ve got no idea what you dream job is?
Some surveys suggest that as few as 30% of the population work in their dream jobs; often people know they’re not happy in … Read the Rest →
When it comes to you as a person and your brand, society in general tends to declare that characteristics such as humility, or even reticence, are best. And while no one truly likes a conceited know-it-all, I am here to assert that displaying that you are knowledgeable in your industry is something that we all … Read the Rest →
In addition to great content on your website another credibility builder for your personal brand is book publishing. But not all books that are out there are considered high quality. Writing is just the first step to the process as you want to ensure that all of your time and effort gets the most visibility … Read the Rest →
How a pop song can help you.
“I can see the end as it begins …”
Taylor Swift in her song “Wildest Dreams”
I don’t often quote Taylor Swift songs, but I happened to hear this line in the song recently and it got me thinking:Is Taylor Swift a visionary? Are her lyrics also…
Many years ago, in the pre-e-mail era, I snail-mailed my thank-you letter after an interview and was told later by the director of human resources that my thank-you letter was the decisive factor in the company’s offering me the job.
As a career coach, I frequently guide people through such job seekers’ dilemmas. Many of … Read the Rest →
Everyone in business wonders why sales can be so complex. A simpler and more-straight forward solution is almost always sought. In fact, the new buzz words are “sales enablement”.
The term, sales enablement, can mean so many different things. For example, open communication among departments will significantly contribute to sales enablement. When marketing, sales and … Read the Rest →