Job-seekers should own these habits, and interviewers should focus on them. Find out what they are.
Start with a simple, short statement about what you do professionally and, if you feel like sharing, why you do it. That’s your Bumper Sticker, a one-line branding statement. Read More.
Ever heard the phrase ‘fake it ’til you make it’? Turns out there’s some truth to it. Here’s a simple tip to make your next job interview, speech, or negotiation more successful. Read More.
This month release of the unemployment report caught those who predict such things for a living by surprise. With 204,000 jobs statistically added this month, and the unemployment rate holding steady at 7.3%, it was one of the stronger reports in quite a while. But was it as good as it looks? Read More.
Looking back, I see that my modus operandus from pizza delivery boy to CEO has remained unchanged and can be summarized in three simple rules…Read More
Typically, gossiping is a way to get a leg up on others. It carries a veiled threat: if you cross me, I’ll spread bad news about you too. And by putting others down, we signal that we’re superior – and that we have access to privileged information. But this kind of gossip is different… Read
My take: Without a strategy, any success you achieve is more than likely to be dumb luck — and probably short-lived, as well. — Joe Pulizzi Read More.
“Board meetings are the height of insecurity for a CEO. Basically it’s a group of people who can both judge you and fire you based on that judgment.” Read More.
His autobiography is released today, so what lessons can we draw from this sporting icon? Read More.