Think Act Succeed “None of us got where we are solely by pulling ourselves up by our bootstraps. We got here because somebody – a parent, a teacher, an Ivy League crony or a few nuns – bent down and helped us pick up our boots.“ Thurgood Marshall Read more ›
When attracting the right audience for your personal brand reputation is everything. High-level influencers can help spread the word, which can make a big difference for your visibility and sales.
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“How can I succeed in the first 5 minutes of a job interview?” you ask. Well, you have your answers in this article by Parker Slovinsky. Check out what he has to say… I know a lot of you guys reading this article are in transition. Maybe you’ve just graduated college. You’ve just left the […] Read more ›
A few months ago we bit off a project that we had been putting off for years because it was enormous. Well, we thought it was enourmous. When we rolled it out the first time we found out just how enormous it really was. And then we had to push it out the second and […] Read more ›
The simple answer is yes.
The slightly more complex answer is always.
As noted in this post I wrote about Microsoft’s Kati Quigley and her thoughts on Everyday Negotiation it is not necessary to be a natural born negotiator.
Think Act Succeed “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.“ James Baldwin Read more ›
I received this puzzle by email, which I have edited for presentation. I follow your YouTube channel and you are great. I have created a puzzle you might like. A cyclist ascends a long climb at a constant speed of 18 kilometers per hour (km/h). A motorcycle rally starts 1 minute after the cyclist. Every … Continue reading Can You Solve The Seemingly Impossible Cyclist And Motorcycles Riddle? Read more ›
I for one fully understand those in transition. I’ve been there at times myself–and for way too long. Life for the unemployed is hugely confusing. The quasi life equilibrium that used to exist before the transition period has been lost. And everybody you know seems to want to be helpful by giving you (nonprofessional) advice, …
Think Act Succeed “When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.“ Jimi Hendrix Read more ›
By Cathie Ericson A network is the key to a successful career, says Barclays’ Julianne Thomas. Despite her rapid rise in the company, she says she wishes she’d done a better job of building her network more thoughtfully from the beginning — both internally and externally, as well as leveraging the two together. Three Decades… Read More
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The employment world is more competitive than ever before. You don’t just venture into your downtown area and apply for a job anymore. Job applicants can be remotely employed, and they’re often found through headhunting or social-media pathways. Your career options are only limited when you don’t stretch your mind and challenge the system. Create […] Read more ›
Morgan Stanley’s securities business is divided by type of client: institutional or individual. The individual securities business is then divided into investor advisory services, independent investor services, and private wealth management. Investor advisory services and independent investor services are the brokerage part of the business, serving almost 4 million clients with a sales force of […] Read more ›
IDC Research Manager Kyle Lagunas has discussed new hire onboarding as a pivotal step between talent acquisition and talent management. And while onboarding is increasingly making its way onto the radar (according to Lagunas, 35 percent of organizations say it’s… Read more ›
Planning is important for any business, startups especially. The uncertainty of a startup’s trajectory makes preparation essential for navigating choppy waters. During the startup and planning phases, some startups make the mistake of not implementing big data into their business plan. In reality, big data can be extremely influential in a startup’s success.
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Think Act Succeed “The future rewards those who press on. I don’t have time to feel sorry for myself. I don’t have time to complain. I’m going to press on.“ Barak Obama Read more ›
Guest contributed by Fiona Cutts Being able to speak confidently and well in public is essential for any ambitious woman looking to advance her position and career prospects. And yet, statistics show that 74% of people are afraid of public speaking and so, unlikely to perform at their best. Here are some proven strategies for… Read More
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If you’re getting ready for a Facebook data scientist interview, they will ask you an analytical case study. Here’s more information about what you’ll receive from their HR team. Analytical Portion (10-20 minutes) The analytical case study will focus on questions to gauge your product sense. For the analytical questions, the interviewer is trying to understand how […] Read more ›
Everybody wants to get a fair paycheck for the accomplishments they have achieved. In the ideal scenario, your boss notices your achievements and gives you a raise. However, in the real world this is not really the case and you need to stand up for yourself and ask for a raise. Unfortunately, this is not …
The countdown is on…to my first free, public webinar, “Managing the Multigenerational Mix: How to Lead Your Diverse Team to Success” on Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018, from 12pm to 1pm EST. As I’ve mentioned before, in 2018 I am eager … [Read more…]
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Think Act Succeed “I don’t know everything. I know a fraction of what there is to know and I don’t think I will ever know everything, but it’s important to me to constantly challenge myself, to understanding different viewpoints, really understanding nuance in topics, so I can feel qualified in what […] Read more ›