It’s tough out there. The economy is still struggling, which means that businesses are still struggling, which means people are still worrying about getting or keeping their jobs. If you happen to be one of these people, I have a few things, well, really only ONE THING you should know this year. Okay, so let … Continue reading ONE Thing YOU Should Know for 2013
A wise friend of mine gave me some sage advice one night, without even knowing it. But before I tell you what she told me, I should say that my friend is über productive. Uber. She is a Fulbright scholar, was a tenured professor ( a couple of times), has written over TWENTY books, is … Continue reading The Value of Plodding (Not all progress takes place in a New York Minute)
A post I wrote about the power of social media in relation to customer service (you can find it here) was recently tweeted and commented on by one of my Twitter followers @tomswift. In that post I talk about the power of social media in affecting the reputation of companies with potential customers. With social media, … Continue reading When will social media become the new email?
Over two years ago I started to really talk to people about social media and their job search. It’s funny how things change in two years. Then, people just looked at me like I was a bit daft. Now, people are finally ready to engage social media for job seeking. I know this in part … Continue reading Job Seekers Alert: Your Networking Scope is Greater Than You Think
The tabula rasa of each New Year provides us with one more opportunity to try again, try something new, change what wasn’t working and capitalize on what was. It’s our collective recognition that a clean slate is necessary, that it’s never too late to start again. You might ask why, when social media is still … Continue reading What Social Media/Social Business can learn from Marky Mark in 2011
I tend to find friends in unexpected places–and kind of like jobs or new opportunities, often when I’m not looking for them and am just going along living life. I’m writing about this today because I’m meeting a friend for lunch. I haven’t seen her since last fall, when I was in New York City … Continue reading Unexpected Friends