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  Email BAD, Revenue GOOD!
by Bernadette Boas - Nov, 2009
There is a number of productivity and energy drainers that I could talk about that have a direct impact on the revenue that you are capable of or actually are generating in your business. However one specific activity drains not only revenue directly from your wallet and bank account, it also can consume you 24X7 leaving you unable to accomplish much of anything else in a given 24 hour day. Email is not only the biggest dr...
  Give Before You Get!
by Harry Urschel - Nov, 2009
Two of the most difficult things for most people in their job search: Maintain a PMA (Positive Mental Attitude), and Networking. One tool to help with both of those issues: Volunteering! Particularly in today’s economy, there is a tremendous need for volunteers in all kinds of excellent service organizations. With a little digging, you can find opportunities to do virtually anything that interests you, that can serve...
  Positioning: Critical For an Effective Career Shift
by Kris Plantrich - Nov, 2009
Positioning is not only critical in a successful job search it is also essential in the ability to shift your career to the next level. Questions for candidates contemplating or already consumed in a job search should include, how do I get noticed by recruiters, by hiring managers, by the HR department, and by decision makers? The first and most important aspect to consider is how well you have positioned yourself for your new...
  Are You “Professional”?
by Harry Urschel - Nov, 2009
What makes someone “Professional”? I’ve read interesting takes on that question lately. Some good points, and some...not so much. What defines professionalism? Based on various pieces I’ve read, it’s certainly subjective. Whatever the definition anyone uses, it’s often THE factor that tips the scale from one candidate to another in the hiring process. In trying to define it, the dictionary doesn’t seem to be much help....
  Branding Versus Branded
by Karen Burns - Nov, 2009
There’s nothing so annoying as a buzz word and this year there’s no word out there buzzier than “branding”. As in, “You’ve got to establish your brand.” Ugh. WG keeps thinking of what Alina Tugend said in this NYT piece a while back: “What if I don’t want to be a brand? What if I like the security and camaraderie of being ‘just’ a worker in a company?” Working Girl suspects there’re a lot of people out there who wou...
  Coach Your Own Career
by Deborah Brown-Volkman - Nov, 2009
When we struggle in our career, we usually look outward. Maybe there is a book, TV show, or colleague who can tell us what to do. The truth is the answers you seek come from within. You can tap into outside sources for information or validation, but the true next steps usually come from you. It takes courage to have a career you are passionate about; a career you enjoy that makes a difference in the world. Seem like a lonel...
  What’s Your Purpose?
by Harry Urschel - Nov, 2009
Ever spend much time thinking about that? What’s your purpose? What does that have to do with your job search or career? Everything! Do you find your purpose in your job, or in something outside of your career? What animates you from day-to-day? - Advancement in your career? - More money? - Ability to have more toys, nicer houses, cars, jewelry, or ‘stuff’? - Provide better for your family? - Provide value...
  Leadership Strategies For Virtual Work Environments
by Beth Wellesley - Nov, 2009
According to the International Data Corporation, the mobile workforce in the United States, which has been the largest percentage of mobile workers in the world, is set to become 73% of the nation’s workforce by 2011. New strategies for managing a virtual workforce are required for leaders, which begins by embracing these competencies for their own development. Promoting Brilliance, Inc. recommends developing a new vision o...
  If Money Were No Object, What Would You Do With Your Time?
by Kris Parfitt - Nov, 2009
I love this question because the possibilities are endless. To me not having to be concerned about money leads my imagination everywhere! I’d be a philanthropist and travel to remote places to see what projects are best funded to better the world. I’d be a National Geographic photographer. I’d row across the Atlantic. I’d work for a season at the Palmer Station in Antarctica. I’d live in Peru and study the Inca architecture to...
  Power Hour
by Karen Burns - Nov, 2009
Must. Get. Power. The good kind, of course. Agreed? To that end, here are some ideas for (nonviolent) ways to acquire power vis a vis your job: 1. Only do work you really truly enjoy. You may be downtrodden, overworked, and put-upon, but you won’t care! (Much.) 2. Feel able to do the work. Avoids that icky helplessness feeling in the pit of your stomach. 3. Failing that, feel able to learn to do the work....
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